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Students from Comillas University visit EU Delegation

08/07/2016 - Students from Comillas University visit EU Delegation

A group of students and young professionals from Pontifica Universidad Comillas visited the EU Delegation in Kenya

06/07/2016 - Ministry of Health and EU working together to improve nutrition status

The Ministry of Health and the European Union are working together to improve the nutrition status of the population in Kenya. The Kenya Demographic and Health Survey (2014) showed 26 percent of Kenyan children are stunted, 11 percent are underweight and 4 percent are wasted

24/06/2016 - Donor Support to the Nutrition Sector in Kenya

The European Union Delegation serves as the donor convenor with responsibility for coordination of donors and development agencies supporting the nutrition sector in Kenya.Under the framework of the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) the mapping excercise sought to estimate donor support to the nutrition sector in Kenya.

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Girls voices, Luvono's experience

31/12/2015 - Girls voices, Luvono's experience

Luvono, a child rights advocate, shares her experience on the takeover of the European Commission Social Media during the European Week of Action and child protection advocacy efforts

How I got my selfie with Ban Ki-moon

04/08/2015 - How I got my selfie with Ban Ki-moon

by Ivy Cherop Langat, from NairobiIn July there was a big meeting in Addis Ababa about how to finance development in the future. This is an issue that concerns me. I have seen how development can work for the good in Kenya and sometimes how it falls short of expectations.

Improving mother and child health in North Eastern Kenya

03/03/2015 - Improving mother and child health in North Eastern Kenya

It is 2pm on a bright Saturday afternoon in September in Mandera County in the North Eastern Province of Kenya. The medical team has just concluded a monitoring visit, in partnership with Ministry of Health staff, to supervise and mentor Community Health Workers (CHWs). The visit took place as part of a Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health (RMNCH) project implemented by Save the Children, and funded by the European Union.............

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