Amb. Robinson Githae, kicks off the soccer match at SC Harland in Vienna, at the invitation of Anton Heinzl, Austrian politician and former member of the National Council. With him is Mr. Willis, Member of the Kenya-Austrian Business Association.
H.E Robinson Njeru Githae, Kenya’s Ambassador/Permanent Representative in Vienna, Austria receiving The Women in Plant Mutation Breeding Award from H.E Rafael Mariano Grossi, DG-IAEA in virtual presence of DG -FAO on behalf of Prof. Miriam Kinyua of University of Eldoret, Kenya.Prof. Kinyua came up with mutants varieties of wheat (Eldo Mavuno & Eldo Baraka) which are resistant to wheat black stem rust disease.
Amb.Robinson Njeru Githae congratulates&hands over the Kenyan flags to Leonard Langat and Vibian Chepkirui, Winners of the 2021 Vienna City Marathon&Edwin Kosgei who came in third in the men’s race. He is joined by Glenns Etyang, Humphrey Rutto and Peter Mbugua from the Mission.
HUDUMA NAMBA UPDATE FOR KENYAN DIASPORA IN AUSTRIA, HUNGARY AND THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC
The Kenya Embassy in Vienna wishes to inform that it has received an update on the status of Huduma Namba Cardsfrom the Huduma Namba Secretariat for the Kenyan Diaspora as follows:
The data processing, which is still ongoing, has resulted in random production of Huduma Namba Cards as the data collected must pass some processing threshold before production is undertaken. This has caused the delays currently being experienced in the issuance of the cards.
The Secretariat appreciates the numerous enquiries from the Kenyan Diaspora on the status of their Huduma Namba cards and also seeking clarification on the collection points. In this regard, the Secretariat has:
Operationalized the following email for use by the Diaspora Community for direct engagement and enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Developed and published a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) which are available on the website: hudumanamba.go.ke.
The Embassy wishes to encourage the Kenyan Diaspora who registered for Huduma Namba to use the email above to check on the status of their cards.
The Embassy also wishes to inform the Kenyan Diaspora that it is following up with the Huduma Namba Secretariat through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, regarding the status of cards registered at the Embassy, and there distribution thereof through the Embassy.
A children’s choir from an international school in Nairobi will perform a mixture of African, Indian and Classical songs for us. The children come from a number of countries, predominantly Kenya, and there will be an opportunity to meet them after the concert over some refreshments.