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ENewsletter VOL 1/ ISSUE 3/ 2014

This e-newsletter contains the key engagements that the mission had between January and March 2014

Recording: Reception for the Kenyan Diaspora

During his visit to New York for the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta will host a reception for the Kenyan Diaspora on Thursday 25 September, 2014 at 6.00 p.m.

Kenya’s Voice at the United Nations - 50 Years

Official Portrait of President Uhuru Kenyatta
“Kenya’s Voice at the United Nations- 50 Years” was recently presented to the Kenya Mission by the Dag Hammarskjöld Library team. Their site repackages all speeches given by the Presidents, Vice Presidents, the Prime Ministers and  Foreign Affairs Ministers at the United Nations  General Assembly.  Selected speeches delivered at the Security Council are included. Here are but a few highlights.
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Second Project Proposal

Thank you for the opportunity to update and improve the Kenya Mission website. Over the past few weeks, we have been working on updating the content on the site as well as several key improvements to make the site easier to use and more informative. Our progress and efforts are accessible on kenyaun.k3center.com, the development site where we will continue to publish and advance our work.

ENewsletter VOL 1/ ISSUE 1/ 2013

This e-newsletter contains only the key engagements that the mission had between January and March 2013

Mission Staff

Through diplomacy, negotiation, lobbying and daily monitoring of UN activities, the Mission’s main objective is to advance Kenya’s interests at the United Nations in critical areas namely: political, economic and social as well as legal, military, public diplomacy and management interests.

ENewsletter VOL 1/ ISSUE 1/ 2013: Opening Remarks by H.E. Mr. Macharia Kamau

The last two and a half years at the Kenya mission to the United Nations have been exceptional exciting and highly rewarding. The nature of the work at the Kenya mission to the United Nations is not only highly varied and fast moving but exceptionally important. These remarks from the Permanent Representative outlines several critical and internationally important areas of action that the Kenya mission to the United Nations has engaged in over the past 24 to 32 months.

The United Nations

The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 after the Second World War by 51 countries committed to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations and promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights.

ENewsletter VOL 1/ ISSUE 3/ 2013 : Opening Remarks by H.E. Ambassador Koki Muli Grignon

The United Nations Headquarters in New York is the busiest and the most exciting environment I have worked in yet. There are 193 countries and over thirty (30) Missions with observer status represented here. It is truly a beehive of activity. The Kenya mission to the United Nations is rated as one of the key and significant missions represented here.