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ABOUT US

KOICA Alumni Kenya Chapter

KAKC is an association of Kenya Public officials who have participated in training course in the Republic of Korea through KOICA fellowship program with full support of Korean government.

History

  • 2008, May    Established
  • 2009, Feb    Developed a constitution
  • 2009, Apr    Obtained legal registration

Activities

Workshop, Knowledge Sharing Seminar, Volunteer Activity, Cultural Exchange etc.

Objectives

-     Fostering relationship between the participants and South Koreans for the  mutual benefit of both Kenyan and Korean.

-     Promoting interaction and maintaining relationships with other fellows and KOICA as well through various activities

Membership

  1. Kenyans who have participated in KOICA fellowship program are eligible to apply.
  2. Fellows can share their experiences with other fellows and join various activities.
  3. Sh1,000 is required for registration as a member.

Programs & Services

Programs & Services

  • Knowledge Exchange and Expansion Makueni 2019.
  • Civil Education
  • Health Education
  • FGM
  • Development
  • Farming
  • Enviroment Conservation

Our History

Learning Through Sharing

  • KAKC
    KAKC Establishment
    2008
  • KAKC Executive Director’s
    Meeting in Korea Legal Registration in Kenya
    2009
  • AGM
    The 1st Annual General Meeting
    2012
  • KAKC Volunteer Activity
    (Korrompoi Primary School)
    2015
  • KAKC Volunteer Activity
    Ngundu Primary School
    2015
  • KAKC Volunteer Activity
    Makueni
    2019

We are not just Friend, We are Family

Contributing to the advancement of international cooperation through various projects that build friendly and collaborative relationships and mutual exchanges between Korea and developing countries and support the economic and social development in developing countries

We are not just Friend, We are Family