Homsa dedicates a charity Luncheon for charity activities [Archives:2007/1032/Culture]

March 12 2007

Fatima Al-Ajel
The Head of mission spouses association (HOMSA) arranged a charity Luncheon on Wednesday at Movenpick Hotel. Many ambassadors` spouses in Sana'a participated in the party.

“The luncheon's profits will be given to some public and private organizations equally, we are trying to help Yemenis whether public or private charitable foundations,” said the chief of Homsa association, Ms. Najaba ba-Bashiekh, spouse of the Tunisian ambassador state.

The aim of such activities is to participate in improving the Yemeni conditions in different fields with the simple facilities that the organization has. “We like Yemen and many times we think of how we can do some thing for these kind people. Through cooperation with civil society organizations we can achieve a lot.”” Said Ms. Gifford wife of the British ambassador said in her word at the beginning of the party.

The luncheon included a fashion show where designs from many countries were displayed.

Different cultures came together on one stage and many groups from different Arab and Foreign embassies in Sana'a presented a special show for its traditional cloths. The wedding procession was a special show in the party. The participants showed the variety of wedding rituals and women occasions in their countries and showed off their wonderful dancing.

The Yemeni precipitants showed many traditional women cloth designs