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EU's Project to Improve Mother and Child Health Care in Mombasa

unveiling a plaque commissioning three EU funded projects | Coastweek

Mombasa County Governor Hon. Hassan Ali Joho is joined by Dr. Hjordis Ogendo in unveiling a plaque commissioning three EU funded projects in Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition and Family Planning flanked by Implementing partners. The European Union in conjunction with the Mombasa County Government has launched a Ksh. 335 million three year integrated healthcare programme that will benefit over 47,000 women, children and men from urban slums in Mombasa County. PHOTOS BY OKOKO ASHIKOYE

 

Tourism Board and Kenya Airways partner marketing campaign

Kenya trading 'deficit' imbalance hits record high as imports rise

Ugandans assure 'al Shabaab' of appropriate response to attack
Over 200 workers rescued after being trapped in Zambian mine


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Government reshuffle security officers in crackdown over terror

Narcotics police arrest 200 suspected Mombasa drug traffickers

Six Tanzanian Imams kidnapped in eastern D.R. Congo set free
Record breaking Kenya athletics team receive a warm welcome

Spanish D4 Reconnaissance on patrol with 'Operation Atalanta'

OFF SOMALIA -- Since the Spanish D4 CASA-235 Vigma Air Contingent took over counter-piracy duties from the Spanish P-3 Orion crew in July 2015, the team has been very busy patrolling the waters off the coast of Somalia. The D4 is a twin-engine aircraft, used for Search and Rescue and Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance (MPRA). It provides the EU Naval Force with valuable imagery and air support in the fight against piracy off the coast of Somalia. The D4 crew consists of four pilots, three maritime surveillance system operators, a flight engineer and a tactical co-ordination officer. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 


 

 

 

Chinese teacher spearheads Sino-Africa cultural exchange

Zhang Wenqiang, a Chinese teacher with students | Coastweek

KISUMU (Xinhua) -- Zhang Wenqiang (2nd L, front), a Chinese teacher who has been working in Kenya for 5 years, teaches local students at Kibos Secondary School in Western Kenyan Kisumu County, on Aug. 27, 2015. Zhang came to Kenya in 2010 following an agreement between Kenya and Chinese governments to give Chinese language lessons in Kenyan schools, and has interacted with more than 10,000 students in Western Kenya. Zhang Wenqiang shakes hands with his Kenyan colleague Michael [right] for farewell at Kibos Secondary School in Western Kenyan Kisumu County. Xinhua PHOTOS: Sun Ruibo


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Rwanda to 'name' 24 gorillas in annual conservation ceremony

Rwanda to 'name' 24 gorillas in annual conservation ceremony | Coastweek

LONDON U. K. (Xinhua) -- Kumbuka [left], a silverback western lowland gorilla in ZSL London Zoo. ARNHEM Netherlands (Xinhua) -- New born gorilla twins [center] snuggle up in their mother’s arms in the People Zoo in Arnhem, the Netherlands. KINIGI Rwanda (Xinhua) --  Rwanda Development Board Chief Executive Officer John Gara [right] speaks during a past Gorilla Naming (Kwita Izina) ceremony in Kinigi, Rwanda’s Northern Province. The ceremony allows people from all over the world to learn more about mountain gorillas as well as choose the "cutest" baby gorilla through an online-based interaction. XINHUA PHOTOS - WANG LIL, ROBIN UTRECHT and CYRIL NDEGEYA

 


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Tight Contest for Top Place at AIG Day Held at The Nyali Golf Club

men winner and overall winner receive prize | Coastweek

AIG CEO East Africa Japh Olende hands over prizes to Martin Wahome, [right] men winner with 37 points and overall winner Lilian Krijnen with 37 C/B points during AIG Kenya Golf Day at Nyali Golf and Country Club. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GILBERT ONCHOKE

 


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Staff and part of Management team headed by Victor M. Shitakha | Coastweek

Tamarind Restaurant and Dhows wins the trip advisor awards for year 2015! Tamarind wishes to acknowledge all their patrons.

FIM AFRICA PERMIT | Coastweek

Maina Muturi [right], VP of FIM AFRICA presents the permit for the Africa Concours d’Elegance to Chris Pasha of CBA.

 
 


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Kenya Defence Force Army Commander with Kismayo troops

Kenya Defence Force Army Commander with Kismayo troops | Coastweek

KISMAYO Somalia (AMISOM) -- The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) Army Commander, Lt. General Leonard Ngondi meets with Interim Jubbaland President, Ahmed Madobe [left] during his visit to Kismayo. The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) Army Commander Lt. General Leonard Ngondi, the AMISOM Sector two Commander, Brigadier Daniel Bartonjo [centre] and the AMISOM Sector Kismayo Commander, Lt. Colonel John Kipya walk through Kismayo Airport. AMISOM PHOTOS - AWIL ABUKAR

 


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South Africans have lost 749 rhinos to poachers since January

South Africans have lost 749 rhino to poachers since January | Coastweek

BEIJING (Xinhua) -- A handout photograph [left] released by World Press Photo shows the work of Brent Stirton with the caption: "a female rhino in Natal, South Africa, that four mouths survived a brutal dehorning by poachers who used a chainsaw to remove her horns and a large section of bone in this area of her skull". PRETORIA (Xinhua) -- Two of the rhinos [right] adopted by Chinese embassy in South Africa at National Zoological Gardens (NZG), in Pretoria, South Africa. The Chinese embassy adopted five rhinos in NZG to protect the endangered wild animals. XINHUA PHOTO - ZHAI JIANLAN

 


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Uganda Deputy Chief of Defense Force visits troops in Somalia

Uganda Deputy Chief of Defense Force visits troops in Somalia | Coastweek

MOGADISHI Somalia (AMISOM) -- Uganda’s Deputy Chief of Defense Forces (D/CDF) and Inspector General of UPDF Lt Gen. Charles Angina speaks to AMISOM peace keepers in Mogadishu, Somalia. Escorted by contingent commander Brig. Sam Kavuma, Lt. Gen. Charles Angina has visited and inspected troops, key installations and grounds of tactical importance to the UPDF troops serving under AMISOM and United Nations Guard Unit in Somalia. AMISOM PHOTOS


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