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'Bring a child to work' project promotes South Africa's diversity

Over the past years, the South African Embassy has pursued educational and cultural projects as they are of vital importance in promoting South Africa’s culture and diversity abroad.  

In this respect, The Embassy initiated a school project called “bring a child to work”. The project serves as a career guide, providing motivation for students to better identify themselves with careers in the public sector or related fields.

Othisi School had the opportunity to visit the South African Embassy premises and learn more on how an Embassy functions on a daily basis. Ambassador Marthinus C.J. Van Schalkwyk and the Embassy’s diplomats welcomed the students, provided a brief background about South Africa and answered questions asked by students.


Photo: H.E. Ambassador Marthinus van Schalkwyk and Mrs Tonia Trimpou, Othisi School teacher



By the end of the visit students had a clear picture of South Africa and its presence in the Hellenic Republic.




South African Embassy Athens, Greece


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