The National Science Week (NSW) is a vibrant expression of the cultural importance of science and technology of a nation.
Kenya National Commission for UNESCO (KNATCOM) has developed its second Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023 and validated it through a stakeholder
A window onto our inner lives, books are also the doorway to mutual respect and understanding between people,
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, […]