In Adelaide with the family of the late Judy Gathoni. Once again pole sana.
Mining Cabinet Secretary Hon Najib Balala speaking at the Africa Down Under Mining Conference in Perth, WA
Kenya High Commissioner Amb. Isaiya Kabira meets with the Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Newcastle, Australia Professor Caroline McMillen. Fruitful talks centered on deepening cooperation and greater opportunities for Kenyans.
[fb_embed_post href=”https://www.facebook.com/kenyahcaustralia/posts/715246688582795/” width=”550″/] The Kenya High Commission staff would like to thank Ms Fatma Abdullah for her four years of exemplary service in Canberra. We wish her the very best in her new assignment at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. The mission also welcomes Mrs Betty Kimurgor who now joins the staff…Details
[fb_embed_post href=”https://www.facebook.com/kenyahcaustralia/posts/715247395249391/” width=”550″/] Kenyan musician Amani today visited the Kenya High Commission in Canberra. We are always happy to welcome to Australia those who help make a connection with home. She was accompanied by her promoter George Jomo and DJ Sam. She is expected to perform in Melbourne at 12 McKillab Street Melbourne CBD this…Details
The East Africa Community in Canberra ( EACA ) celebrated the national days of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
[fb_embed_post href=”https://www.facebook.com/kenyahcaustralia/posts/715254208582043/” width=”550″/] The East Africa Community in Canberra ( EACA ) celebrated the national days of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania at a colourful celebration last Saturday. Well done to the personalities who were recognised for their contribution to the East African diaspora including Ms Fatma Abdullah. Lots of nyama choma was served despite the…Details
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East Africa Community in Canberra ( EACA) celebrate Uhuru and Jamuhuri Day in Canberra, Australia.
The great Kenyan story on mobile phone money transfer services continues to get international attention. This is an article that appeared on the RMIT University magazine- MAKING CONNECTIONS
Creating awareness on the conservation efforts in Kenya.
You are invited to the Kenya High Commission Chancery on Saturday 12th April 2014 at 3:00 PM.
43 Culgoa Circuit, O’Malley ACT 2606 – Canberra