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A Century For Nelson Mandela

November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared 18 July "Nelson Mandela International Day" in recognition of the former South African President’s contributions to democracy, racial justice and service to humanity. 2018 marks 100 years since the birth of Nelson Mandela. The Centenary is an occasion to reflect on his life and legacy, and to follow his call to “make of the world a better place.”  The Nelson Mandela Foundation has dedicated this year's Mandela Day to Action Against Poverty, honouring Nelson Mandela's leadership and devotion to fighting poverty and promoting social justice for all. The United Naitions (UN) agencies in collaboration with the South Africa High Commission in Kenya, Kenya Government Representatives and members of the Diplomatic corps marked the day at the United Nations Offices in Nairobi

Catherine Kasavuli - Veteran Kenyan journalist and the event's marshal

Head of Mission, Republic of Congo and Ambassador to Kenya - H.E. Mr. Jean Pierre Ossey

Republic of Poland ambassador to Kenya - Marek Rohr-Garztecki

High Commissioner for South Africa in Kenya - H.E Koleka Anita Mqulwana

Honorary Consul of Costa Rica to Kenya - Ana María

Norway ambassador to Kenya - H.E Victor Conrad Ronneberg

South African politician and former minister - Angela Thoko Didiza

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Kenya) - Ambassador Monica Juma

Kenya businessman and philanthropist Dr. Manu Chandaria

Students from Nairobi primary school

Nairobi County Women representative - Esther Passaris with Dr. Josephine Kulea - Founder Samburu Girls Foundation

Nissan Kenya Managing Director - Jabulani Ndabambi with High Commissioner for South Africa in Kenya - H.E Koleka Anita Mqulwana


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