Crown Princess' visit to Kenya

Kronprinsessan tillsammans med massajer vid invigningen av Exportrådets lokaler i Nairobi. Foto: Leif R Jansson/Scanpix

The Crown Princess with Maasai at the inauguration of the Swedish Trade Council’s offices in Nairobi. Photo: Leif R Jansson/Scanpix

The Crown Princess is on a visit to Kenya from 11-14 November.
On Wednesday 11 November, The Crown Princess participated in "Climate Change Day," which is the Swedish EU Presidency's biggest event in Kenya. Climate Change Day was organised to highlight climate issues and the EU Presidency in Africa .
Kronprinsessan hälsar på Kenyas Prime Minister Raila Odinga vid invigningen av "Climate Change Day". Till vänster, Sveriges ambassadör i Kenya Ann Dismorr. Foto: Leif R Jansson/Scanpix

The Crown Princess greeting Kenya's Prime Minister Raila Odinga during the opening of "Climate Change Day." On the left, Sweden's ambassador in Kenya, Ann Dismorr. Photo: Leif R Jansson/Scanpix

Afterwards The Crown Princess opened the Swedish Trade Council's offices in Nairobi, and took part in a seminar focusing on CSR issues.

On Thursday 12 November, The Crown Princess will be opening Gundua Secondary Day School in Ex-Lewa, Laikipia. The school in Ex-Lewa has 320 pupils and features modern teaching methods with the aim of ensuring that pupils' knowledge benefits their local community.

The Crown Princess will conclude her visit to Kenya on 14 November by attending a reception at the Swedish school in Nairobi.