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State House Kenya Jun 23
President Kenyatta gave the organisation a personal donation of Shs 10 million as a token of appreciation for the good work the organization is doing. |
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State House Kenya Jun 23
President Kenyatta said will formulate a new framework to work closely with in implementing policies, adding that the government will support the organisation in the construction of a new headquarters and a trauma center |
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State House Kenya Jun 23
Speaking when he addressed thousands of volunteers at State House for the Annual St John Inspection Parade, President Kenyatta noted that the charity organization has played a major role in complementing government emergency services, especially in responding to road accidents.
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State House Kenya Jun 23
President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta arrive at State House gardens for the 91st Annual St John Inspection Parade at State House, Nairobi. President Uhuru Kenyatta is the Chief Patron of St John Kenya |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 18
The Kenya Relief Organisation is also planning a breast and prostate cancer medical camp that will be conducted in collaboration with the Beyond Zero initiative’s medical safaris next year.
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 18
During today’s meeting, Mr James announced the Kenya Relief Organisation's intention to scale up its partnership with the by supporting medical safaris.The organization has been partnering with in the provision of mobility carts to persons with disability.
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 18
Today I held a meeting with the President of the Kenya Relief Organization Steve James at State House. The Kenya Relief Organisation is a faith-based organization helping people with disability as well as providing healthcare services for vulnerable groups across the country.
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 13
As we celebrate the profound power of art, let us appreciate the refreshing lens that photography provides us. It celebrates different aspects of our country and also reminds us of our responsibility to pay attention to the environment |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 13
We must encourage our youth to pursue the Arts and Culture as a new frontier for economic empowerment |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 13
I have seen the passion of children from the Nikon Photo School in Kibera, who through this powerful tool can communicate their thoughts, inspire imagination and build successful careers in photography |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 13
This Exhibition celebrates our country's diversity and also provides appreciation of culture, heritage and harmony through photographs. it will also have great social impact that will inspire and nurture the talents our youth in photo-art |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 13
I thank the participating missions who shared their images that tell of their various experiences in our wonderful country. We also appreciate the remarkable talents of our youth who participated by showcasing their creative work through images presented at the event |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 13
Pleased to have officially opened the inaugural Diplomats photo exhibition dubbed, “Kenya Through the Diplomat’s Lens”. This unique event showcases a prestigious collection of photographs illustrating Kenya’s beauty and diversity through the eyes of the Diplomatic Corps in Kenya.
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State House Kenya Jun 13
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta was today congratulated for Beyond Zero's exemplary work by Rina Attias, the CEO of Save A Child’s Heart and, Edward Stale and Yash Rajesh of De Ruiter East Africa Limited who called on her at State House, Nairobi |
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 8
Let us not tire in correcting the damage done to the environment, arising from human actions of the past. Let us continue embracing conservation values and become better champions of the management of our precious forests and water catchment areas like Aberdare Forests
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 8
This noble initiative is an example of innovative forest management solutions. By selecting Bamboo, a wonder plant renowned for its multiple use, we are looking beyond environmental benefits to include social and economic benefits
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 8
As a passionate conservationist, I am greatly inspired to see communities; women, men and children participate in conservation practices that they will benefit from and positively impact on their livelihoods
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 8
Trees are an integral part of our lives. Besides their key role in the water cycle, trees support food security, have medicinal value and are an important source of industrial and household energy. We should therefore embrace tree planting for economic, social & cultural benefits
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 8
This tree planting exercise is part of several other coordinated initiatives taking place across the country and aimed at achieving the minimum 10% tree cover national target
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The First Lady Kenya Jun 8
These efforts will go along way in helping address the realities of weather variability and climate change facing the whole world
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