Myanmar participates in lunch food festival by UN Women’s Guild of Vienna

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Photo depicts Myanmar team participating at the lunch food festival.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported that those from the Myanmar Permanent Representative Office joined the the UNWG International Charity Luncheon at Vienna International Centre on 19 April and displayed and sold the Myanmar traditional food.

The UNWG International Charity Luncheon is annually organized by the United Nations Women’s Guild of Vienna-UNWG aiming to provide assistance for children in need and/or mother-childcare programmes throughout the world.

A total of 26 international embassies and missions from Australia, Austria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Ghana, India, Japan, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Morocco, Pakistan, the Philippines, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Tunisia and the United States participated in the event.

The United Nations Women’s Guild of Vienna was founded in 1967 as a charitable organization. Membership in the UNWG is open to any woman who is a staff member or the spouse of a staff member of the United Nations and International Organizations or Permanent Missions to these organizations in Vienna. The approximately 500 members come from over 100 countries, and all are volunteers for charitable activities.—ASH/TMT

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