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No other country on earth can offer the visitor as much to see and do. Within the borders of a single country, you will find savannahs rich with big game, timeless cultures unchanged by the modern world, pristine beaches and coral reef, equatorial forests and mighty snow-capped mountains, searing deserts and cool highland retreats and endless opportunities for adventure, discovery, relaxation; more than you would ever expect.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) was established after Kenya became Independent in 1963 to articulate Kenya’s Foreign Policy. For a long time, Kenya pursued a Foreign policy based on fundamental principles of promotion of peaceful co-existence, respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity of other states and preservation of national security, peaceful settlement of disputes, non-interference in the internal affairs of other states, non-alignment, national interest and adherence to the Charters of the United Nations and African Union. Kenya has now shifted its foreign policy orientation and currently, the strategy rests on four interlinked pillars of economic diplomacy, peace diplomacy, environmental diplomacy and diaspora diplomacy.
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) conserves and manages Kenya’s wildlife for the Kenyan people and the world. It is a state corporation established by an Act of Parliament Cap 376 with the mandate to conserve and manage wildlife in Kenya, and to enforce related laws and regulations.
To provide, promote and co-ordinate lifelong education, training and research for Kenya's sustainable development. To focus on priority areas within overall education goals, notably towards attaining 'universal primary education' by 2005, within the context of the wider objective of 'Education for All (EFA)' by 2015.
The Ministry of Agriculture is aware of the increased public consciousness and demand for quality service. As Ministry responsible for food security, efficient service delivery is the yardstick upon which our performance shall be measured. This Service Charter provides the basic guidelines on how we shall interact with our customers with regard to our core values, functions, our services, customers rights and our commitment to efficient service delivery to Kenyans.
The Government acquired the first mainframe computer in 1967. This equipment was mainly used for data processing. The data processing service which included data capture and processing of payroll, complement control, government accounting systems, statistical data among others was at this time under the Director of Statistics within the Ministry of Finance.
The Bureau maintains the National Sampling Survey and Evaluation Programme (NASSEP), which provides the framework for designing household surveys to generate different forms of household based data. It maintains a Master File of all establishments in the country. The Master File provides a framework of collecting establishment based data.
KNBS has an elaborate infrastructure for data collection, which includes District Statistical Officers and trained enumerators in every district. The Bureau is also the custodian of all government statistical information, and for this it maintains a database of all national surveys including National Population and Housing Censuses. KNBS is organized into six Directorates, each headed by a Director.
The official police web site for police in kenya. Find emergency numbers for different areas in Kenya. your support has ensured that the website remains an important contributor of policing through the information you have been giving to us regularly.
In Kenya, dealing in shares and stocks started in the 1920's when the country was still a British colony. However the market was not formal as there did not exist any rules and regulations to govern stock broking activities. Trading took place on a ‘gentleman's agreement.’ Standard commissions were charged with clients being obligated to honor their contractual commitments of making good delivery, and settling relevant costs. At that time, stock broking was a sideline business conducted by accountants, auctioneers, estate agents and lawyers who met to exchange prices over a cup of coffee.