On Thursday 11th, 2016 the Secretary General presented awards to the 2016 Commonwealth Youth workers at Marlborough House. Among the nominees was Eric Omwanda Nehemial who won the 2016 Commonwealth Youth Worker of the Year – Africa Region.
On Friday 9th December 2016 Leaders, Academics and Kenyan students will gather at the University of Birmingham for the Kenyan Student Conference UK 2016. This event is free to attend and is open to all Kenyan students who are currently studying at a higher education institution in the UK. In part this is a celebration of Kenyan student success […]
During the past few weeks our Education Counsellor Mrs. Margaret Lesuuda has been busy visiting Kenyan students at UK universities such as Birmingham University, Manchester University, Coventry University to name a few.
Kenya moved 21 places to 92nd in the world’s most conducive business environments, and Africa’s most reformed country according to World Bank’s Doing Business 2017 Report. This made the country attain a record 44 places jump in two years to return to clinch Africa’s top reformer position and break into the double digit zone for the […]
On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the Kenya High Commissioner to the UK H.E Lazarus Amayo signed on behalf of the Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism Hon. Najib Balala EGH the MOU between UNWTO, Ministry of Tourism and Amadeus on inclusive local economic growth through travel and tourism at World Travel Market, which is […]
On October 31, 2016, The High Commissioner H.E Lazarus Amayo was presented with the “Peace Torch” from Athlete Adam ‘Tango’ Holland who had completed 1000km in 10 days as part of Aegis Trust’s Run4Peace 2016, in support of The Champions Walk for Peace a community-led Kenyan project being organised in association with the Aegis Trust. […]