NEWS SERVICE REPORTS FROM THE
this week in PHOTOS
Amos Ongwae, a former pupil of St. John’s
First Baptist Primary School in Likoni Constituency,
Kwale County who scored 421 marks in this year’s KCPE is
joined by his school mate, teachers and parents in
celebrating his performance in the exams. The marks are
the highest ever scored by community school whose twenty
teachers are paid by Shonda, a UK based charity
organization that has helped Kenyan children access
affordable education for the last 25 years.
In a dinner event hosted at the Shehnai Restaurant on
Thursday 22nd November by the Kenya Coast National
Polytechnic (formerly MTTI), the Principal Secretary in
the State Department of Vocational and Technical
Training (TVET) in the Ministry of Education, Dr Kevit
Desai interacted with education and youth
representatives from various local communities in the
Coast region. KCNP Council Members: [from left] Ms.
Malika Omar, Dr. Grace Mulei, Sammy Akilimali, Ms. Mary
Muthoka, Shehnai Managing Director Mehboob Harunani,
Swahili Pot Chairman Mahmoud Noor, Eng. Oliver Khabure,
PS Dr. Kevit Desai, Council Chairman Osman Varwani, Ms.
Salma Rashid and Jackson Andai.
Kenya Water Towers Agency
(KWTA) Board Chairman Dr. Isaac Kalua plants a tree
during the launch of 2018 short rains tree planting
exercise held at Shanzu Teachers Training College in
Patrick Vundi [seated]
from Bureau Veritas takes Travelers Beach Hotel Club and
Spa staff through Internal Auditors training on food
safety management system. The one week training was
attended by Senior Managers and other the staff drawn
from all departments.
PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
Traditional dancers entertain guests during the
launch of the 1st ever recovery plan for giraffes in
Kenya, at the Kenya Wildlife Service headquarters in
Nairobi, November 21, 2018. Kenya on Wednesday
launched a recovery plan for giraffes amid dwindling
numbers linked to poaching, habitat loss, diseases
and climatic shocks.
PHOTO: CHARLES ONYANGO
Trace Kenya Director Paul Adhoch [right]
takes stakeholders in Bombolulu on 19th November,
through induction and mapping of the three -year End
Commercial sexual Exploitation of Children (ECSEC)
project. This is being implemented in partnership
with Terre des Hommes Netherlands and Kesho Kenya in
Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale counties. The project will
target both boys and girls who are vulnerable to
sexual exploitation or are victims of sexual
exploitation and take them back to school while
creating awareness among the communities they come
from thereby drastically lowering the teenage
pregnancies. Seen [from left] are Malath ochieng,
Naomi Makau, Ruth Mbithi and Somoe Mohamed.
For the first time, a group of artists of
Shree Kutchi Leva Patel Samaj Mahila Mandal have
created a podium 3D Rangoli themed Vrindavan Garden.
Seen [from left] the artists are Daksha Vekariya,
Manjula Hirani, Sushila Halai, Jasu Bhudia, Dina
Chabaadia, Bhavna Assani, Chairlady Bhanu Patel and
Kanchan Patel. This art was directed by Vinu Patel
not in picture.
Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways. Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions.
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf