The south-eastern coast of Lake Turkana will once again become a meeting place for diverse ethnic groups. The three-day carnival will celebrate the cultures of the El Molo, Samburu, Gabbra, Rendile, Watta, Daasanach and the Turkana. As always, there will be traditional dances, singing, food and other showcases of culture at this unique event that acknowledges the richness and history of the people of Kenya. The venue will be Loiyangalani, Marsabit County in Northern Kenya and it will take place from 18th to 20th April.
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The UN Nairobi hosts a monthly lecture/tours series, concentrating on one of the different Sustainable Development Goals every month. The Sustainable Development Goals are the global agenda that the United Nations together with the countries of the world have given each other until 2030. Goal number 8 focuses on Decent Work and Economic Growth for all.
During our Talk & Tour Event, we want to focus on two of the sub targets:
- By 2030, achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities, and equal pay for work of equal value
- By 2020, substantially reduce the proportion of youth not in employment, education or training
Is it possible to achieve employment for all in Kenya? How can we make sure that especially our youth finds employment at the end of their education? You are invited to discuss with us! The International Labour Organization and the United Nations Visitors Service invite you to a talk on the topic “Employment for all – (how) is it possible?” and a subsequent tour through the UN Complex where we explain the history, structure and work of the United Nations.
Please register for the event.
This biking safari initiative is geared towards conservation of the exotic Arabuko Sokoke Forest in Watamu, Kilifi County. The race stands to offer a perfect blend of challenge and thrilling adventure… the picturesque sights and sounds are just a bonus. A 70 km challenge will take place on 4th May while a 15 km fun day will be held on 5th May. A great deal of cash prizes will be up for grabs.
For more information and registration details, check out SOKOKE MTB CHALLENGE on Facebook.
The Kenya Kite Festival is a family event that allows adults to relive their youth and kids to learn something new and exciting through kite flying at a picnic style event with live music.
- Kiting competitions
- Interactive Kiddy Corner
- Food, drinks and kites available for sale
This is picnic style event. Please remember to bring a kangaroo or blanket to sit on.
Kids below 3 years enter for FREE!
The Rhino Charge is an annual off-road 4×4 competition held in Kenya to raise funds to support the activities of the Rhino Ark Kenya Charitable Trust, an NGO which works towards the conservation and protection of Kenya’s mountain range ecosystems. This year’s event takes place from 30th May to 2nd June. Tickets are only available from the Rhino charge website ticketing portal (www.rhino-charge.org), which closes on 24th May. General location details will be shared by the Clerk of Course during the pre-event briefing on 4th May 2019. The exact location will be revealed to registered ticket holders the night before the event; the venue is usually kept a secret.
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