He walked in, looked around then confidently took his seat after receiving instructions to await his turn before being ushered into the interview room.
Management of risk is becoming critical in organizations, more so today when the nation is grappling with mismanagement of funds among other corrupt practices.
A Kenyan has been shortlisted for the Global Teacher Prize 2019 and has a tenth of a chance to win
UNESCO, in collaboration with the Ministry of Sports and Heritage of Kenya, the National Commissions for UNESCO, and the National Museums of Kenya, is convening a Regional Ministerial Conference and Technical meeting on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage for sustainable tourism development in Eastern Africa and the adjacent Indian Ocean Islands, in Malindi, Kenya, […]
Remarks by Dr. Evangeline Njoka, MBS Secretary General/CEO Kenya National Commission for UNESCO during the International Mother Language day on 21st February, 2019 at Nyakiamo stadium in Homabay County. Director General UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, County Commissioner of Homa Bay County County Director of Education CECs present Academicians Community elders Ladies and Gentlemen, […]
“Our language is shedding tears all over because its own children are deserting it, leaving it alone with its heavy burden.” – From a Wolof poem by Useyno Gey Cosaan (Senegal) For UNESCO, every mother tongue deserves to be known, recognized and given greater prominence in all spheres of public life. This is not always […]
The Kenya National Commission for UNESCO working alongside other partners such as, the Civil Peace Service (CPS/GIZ), Kenya Community Media Network (KCOMNET) and other partners, will celebrate this year’s World Radio Day on the theme: “Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace” with a cultural festival including debates, presentations, stage performances and radio drama on peace. The celebrations […]
Earlier this morning, Dr. Evangeline Njoka, MBS, led the Commission’s management team and internal auditors to welcome Mr. Anthony Maritim from Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) for the Stage 1 audit of the ISO 9001:2015 certification process. While giving the closing remarks after the successful completion of the exercise, Dr. Njoka reiterated the importance of […]
The Senior Management of Kenya National Commission for UNESCO led by the Secretary General Dr. Evangeline Njoka, MBS has successfully completed the Strategic Plan Review and Situational Analysis for the period 2014-2018. The exercise, which was undertaken at Flamingo Beach Resort in Mombasa, enabled the team to analyze performance against agreed upon parameters and critically […]