KENYA HIGH COMMISSION EDUCATION NEWS

Ministry of Education Science and Technology The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology derives its mandate from the Constitution of Kenya, Chapter Four Articles 43, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, and 59 have provisions on children’s right to free and compulsory basic education, including quality services, and to access education institutions and facilities for persons…

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HIGH COMMISSIONER PARTICIPATES IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS’ HIGH LEVEL PANEL AT THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.

On March 15, 2016, the high commissioner H.E Lazarus Amayo attended a high-level panel addressing members of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on the role of business and the Sustainable Development Goals’ at the House of Parliament. The panel that included; Wendy Morton MP-Chair, APPG on the SDGs, Hon Members of Parliament, Mr Ritu…

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KENYAN YOUTH INITIATIVES RECOGNISED AT COMMONWEALTH YOUTH AWARDS

Minister Counsellor Mrs Grace Cerere attended the Commonwealth Youth Awards to show support to our two outstanding Kenyan youths, Ms. Peris Besoire and  Ms. Wangechi Mwangi who were nominated for the Award. Ms. Peris Besoire was recognised for her work through her  Agribusiness start up FarmDrive that provides innovative solutions to enable smallholder farmers to access sustainable…

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Africans Womens Dinner 2016

We are thrilled to invite you to our second edition of the African Women’s Dinner in celebration of WOMAN . This year the event will be bigger with exhibition stalls as we also celebrate Mother Africa and the launch of Fashion Forward Africa This Red Carpet event will begin with a drinks reception followed by…

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About Uwezo Fund

The Uwezo Fund is a flagship programme for vision 2030 aimed at enabling women, youth and persons with disability access finances to promote businesses and enterprises at the constituency level, thereby enhancing economic growth towards the realization of the same and the Millennium Development Goals No.1 (eradicate extreme poverty and hunger) and 3 (promote gender…

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