New Zealand Permanent Mission Geneva, Switzerland

Special Party for the Secretaries of Permanent Missions to the UN in Geneva.

Left to right: Ambassador Amanda Ellis; Hanny Pane, Indonesia; Maria Skeie-Chemaly, Norway; Melanie Johnston, UN AIDS; Sandi Albert, New Zealand; Lilian Espinoza, Costa Rica; Christina Wini, Soloman Island; Norman O’Carroll, Ireland; Patricia Losio, Suisse; Anna, Mozambique; Ana Iten, Brazil; Aaltje L. Legoh, Thailand; David Anderson, New Zealand; Guadalupe Felli, Mexico; Suzanne Rosenberg, Sweden; Marius Kogo, Burkina Faso; and in front, Jaime Lorenzo G Mojica, Chef, New Zealand Mission.

Ms Sandi Albert, Executive Assistant to the New Zealand Permanent Mission hosted a  party on the 12 September 2013 for the secretaries of Permanent Missions to the UN in Geneva.  Ambassador Amanda Ellis, who made available her Residence for this occasion, wished to  recognise their special contribution towards the work of the United Nations in Geneva and as well the 120th anniversary (19 September) of  New Zealand, being the first country in the World to give the vote to women.









Left to Right: Lilliam Matlapeng-Nhliziyo, Botswana; Maria Skeie-Chemaly, Norway; Sandi Albert, New Zealand; Christina Wini, Soloman Islands; Trizah Gichuru, Kenya; Melanie Johnston, UN AIDS.

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