KENYA ASSOCIATIONS IN THE UK Kenya High Commision
The Kenya High Commission, London is pleased to invite ALL Kenyan students who have come to the UK for study, as well as Kenyan students domiciled in the UK to the third Kenyan Student Conference scheduled for Saturday 9th March 2019 at the Nottingham Trent University City Site campus. Kenya Society
The Kenya Society, based in London, aims to foster good relations between the peoples of the United Kingdom and Kenya. It provides a forum in the United Kingdom for anyone with an interest in Kenya, either after having lived or worked there, or with professional, academic or commercial interest in the country.Saferworld
Kenya recently moved from a central to a devolved government, transferring greater decision-making powers to its 47 counties. This offers Kenyans more opportunities to have a say in how their counties are governed and for building peace. But devolution has brought new challenges, exacerbating election tensions and increasing competition for power and resources.British Council
The British Council is the UKâ€™s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We are on the ground in six continents and over 100 countries, bringing international opportunity to life, every day. British Chamber of Commerce Kenya
Our Vision: To be the most influential international business chamber in Sub Saharan Africa.
Our Mission: To represent our membersâ€™ business interests and promote trade links between Kenya and Great Britain.
Team Kenya Society
Team Kenya is a small North‐East based charity which focuses on empowering girls and young women in Kenya, predominantly through ensuring their safety and rights to an education. As a society, we work to promote the charity and fundraise to keep women and girls safe and in education.Royal African Society
Our goal is to promote Africa in business, politics, culture and academia. We are a membership society that works to foster better understanding and strong relationships between Britain, Africa and the world.Oxford and Cambridge Society of Kenya
In the early evening of Saturday 27 March 1926, 19 men gathered at the Nairobi club to form the Oxford and Cambridge Society of Kenya. They established a formal framework to channel the social and charitable activities of the Society and later that year, under the guidance of Edward Brandis Denham, the idea of a Scholarship Scheme was conceived.CARE International
Defending Dignity, Fighting Poverty. That's what it's about ‐ and for over 40 years now, CARE has worked tirelessly in Kenya to this aim â€“ to find long-lasting and sustainable solutions to poverty in Kenya. Join us on a journey through the years, from CARE's little project in 1968 to now.Tropical Biology Association
We put people at the heart of conservation, giving them the skills and support they need to be effective on the ground.Kenya Medical Women's Association
The Kenya Medical Women Association (KMWA) is a national organization committed to the professional, social and personal advancement of women doctors and detists and to the promotion of the well‐being of women both in the medical profession and in society at large.UKTEA & INFUSIONS Association
One of the oldest of the African producers, Kenya has a history of tea dating back to 1903, when tea seeds from India were first planted on a two acre farm. Today, Kenya has 203,006 hectares under cultivation by smallholders (shambas), under the protection of the Kenya Tea Development Authority, and tea producing companies in the public and private sector. Kenya exports over 443,461 tonnes of tea per year (25% of world exports). Kenya's equatorial climate allows tea growing all year round.Harambee Schools Kenya
We are here to change the lives of children in Kenya through the power of education
Since we set up in 1999 our mission has been clear - we want to help build, develop and sustain the best schools to help children flourish.
SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages in Kenya is supporting children within their community and in their familiar environment. Apart from giving children a new home in our villages, SOS Family Strengthening Programmes enable children who are at the brink of losing family care to grow up in a caring family environment.Christian Aid in Kenya
We are a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide.Swimming Teachers' Association
Today with more than 10,000 members, The Swimming Teachers' Association (STA) is an independent swimming teaching and lifesaving organisation, and delivers the highest quality training across four key business areas ‐ Swimming Teaching, Lifesaving, First Aid and Leisure Management.The East African Wild Life Society
The East African Wild Life Society is a membership-based public benefit organization that seeks to enhance the conservation and wise use of the environment and natural resources in the East African region.Kenya Society of Anaesthesiologists
The Kenya Society of Anaesthesiologists was registered on the 21 st September 1994 under the societies act. Its operations are governed by a constitution which establishes a council and an annual general meeting (AGM).The society is affiliated to the International World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) and the Kenya Society of Professionals.Nyumbani UK and The Hotcourses Foundation
Nyumbani UK & The Hotcourses Foundation help disadvantaged children infected or affected by HIV most of whom are orphans. The Foundation was started 23 years ago and we now support over 3,000 children in 3 key areas, Nyumbani Village a self-sustaining community for 1,000 orphans and elders built from scratch 3 hours outside Nairobi providing education and housing to enable students to progress from a young age through to tertiary education, secure a successful job or even set up their own business. Uhuru Ministries
Since 1999 our work in Kenya has reached out to children on the street, to orphans, to families and includes those affected in some way by HIV/AIDs. We provide support in the community and much of our work involves getting children to school, to college or university or into some form of craft training, all of which is aimed at providing youngsters with hope for the future.Raising Futures Kenya
Over the last 17 years we have tried and tested a lot of projects in the communities we support in Kenya. We have worked with individuals, schools, local governments and other NGOs to learn where the need is most and where we are best placed to provide solutions.
We are very excited to be launching our 2019-2021 strategic plan in January 2019 which will outline our plans for the years ahead. We will be focusing on the following three areas
Karibuni Children is a UK Registered Charity. We aim to raise awareness about the plight of children living on the streets and in the slums in areas of urban and rural poverty in Kenya; and to raise money to support projects to meet their needs.Bond ‐ The International Development Network
Bond is the UK network for organisations working in international development.
We unite and support a diverse network of over 400 civil society organisations to help eradicate global poverty, inequality and injustice.
World Federation Of Societies Of Anaesthesiologists
Uniting Anaesthesiologists to Improve Patient Care and Access to Safe Anaesthesia.
Anaesthesiology is the practice of medicine dedicated to the total care of the patient before, during and after surgery. Anaesthesiologists are also experts in resuscitation, pain management and intensive care.
Huminity & Inclusion
In Kenya, Humanity & Inclusion works to improve the living conditions of people with disabilities and advance their rights with a special focus on refugee-related issues. Action is being taken to increase the participation of people with disabilities in political life, reduce armed conflict between communities and to combat sexual violence against children with disabilities. Working in Kenya since 1992, Humanity & Inclusion currently employs 79 local staff, 174 refugee incentive staff, and two expatriates.Sense International
Kenya has a population of 48.46 million people and a deafblind/multi-sensory-impaired (MSI) population of 17,000. Sense International Kenya started supporting deafblind/MSI children and young adults in 2005.PLAN Internationa
Plan International was founded over 80 years ago with a mission to promote and protect the rights of children.
John Langdon Davies, founder of Plan International
Today, we are a global organisation that is active in over 70 countries to advance children's rights and equality for girls. Over the next 5 years our ambition is to transform the lives of 100 million girls.
We focus on supporting local women's groups who stop women and girls from being abused and make sure survivors are heard, treated and have the backing of the lawHOPE worldwide Kenya
HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) was registered in 1999, although prior to this, a team of Christians from Nairobi Christian Church, a member of the International Churches of Christ, would reach out to and serve the needy through benevolent activities. The Kenyan Children's Project
The KCP works alongside destitute children, to transform their lives and bring hope. We believe all children should receive an education, have access to clean water, live in safety and be loved. Everything we do at The KCP is to see these basic human rights be restored. The Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health
The Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health (CMNH) at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is internationally recognised as a global leader in implementation research in maternal and newborn health.African Prisons Project
We are committed to pursuing access to justice for those who need it most, across Africa and beyond. Through prisoners and prison staff, we seek to place the power of the law into the hands of the poor, enabling them to make, shape and implement the law.The International Bible Society
We provide the Bible in accurate, contemporary translations and formats so that more people around the world will have the opportunity to be transformed by Jesus Christ.