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Change of Guard in Powertown


The Kenya Embassy in Washington DC is arguably the most powerful of Kenya Missions. Its location in the so-called Capital of the World makes it the coveted posting for both the consummate Kenyan diplomat and the strategic politician. Washington DC “has the capacity to make and unmake wars, to rescue or cripple economies.” So says John Parker, globalization Editor of the Economist who aptly gives DC the name, Powertown. Read more



Diaspora Agenda at Presidential Meeting in Washington, DC




Final National Diaspora Policy Revised


July 10, 2014



The Kenya DiasporaPolicy is a product of a highly participatory and inclusive consultative process which brought together stakeholders with long standing and solid knowledge and expertise on Diaspora issues. The Policy therefore benefited from views and input from relevant Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Diaspora Associations, private sector, civil society, NGOs and development partners. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and the Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Services played a lead role in the development of the Policy. Kenyans abroad were ably represented by Diaspora Associations such as the Kenya Diaspora Alliance (KDA) and the Kenyan Community Abroad (KCA) . Access complete Policy here (PDF)


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