The Commonwealth Countries Fair 2023

The Commonwealth Countries League, in collaboration with this year’s esteemed host, the Rwanda High Commission, extends heartfelt gratitude for your incredible support towards our event. Your participation has truly made this gathering a memorable and joyous occasion, bringing together exceptional stallholders from both High Commissions and private sectors, alongside captivating performances that added to the event’s charm.

We are immensely grateful for the generous sponsors who contributed to the success of this event and for the wonderful donations received. Your support has played a significant role in making this event a resounding success, fostering connections and celebrating the diversity and richness of the Commonwealth.

Once again, we express our sincere appreciation for your unwavering support. Your involvement to be part of this event has create a vibrant and fulfilling experience for all involved. Thank you for being an essential part of this remarkable celebration!

Thank you for joining us at our Charity Luncheon and Skin Health talk with Dr. Shaaira Nasir.

Your time and attention are truly appreciated. We had an enjoyable time organising this event for you, we hope that you found the event informative and enjoyable too. We value your support and look forward to seeing you at future events.


The Commonwealth Countries League (CCL)

CCL is a voluntary pan-Commonwealth civil society organisation.


We work across the Commonwealth to promote equality and opportunity for girls and young women. Inspired by the suffrage movement and its fight for women’s right to vote, we’ve been active for almost 100 years in securing equal opportunities for women, promoting mutual understanding to create a fairer world.


The CCL is a non-party voluntary pan-Commonwealth civil society organisation (founded in 1925 by Alice Hemming) which grew from the British Commonwealth League (founded in 1923). The CCL was heavily influenced by the suffrage movement to fight for women’s equality and right to vote.
CCL promotes the education of girls and young women and links together women’s organisations throughout the Commonwealth. In particular it raises money for its associated charity, the Commonwealth Girls Education Fund (CGEF).
CCL’s objectives are to secure equality of liberties, status and opportunities between men and women and to promote mutual understanding throughout the Commonwealth.
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