Nairobi

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on the Status of Women . Wikipedia:Nairobi Dmoz:Regional Africa Kenya Localities Nairobi Commons:Category:Nairobi


television acting

the eyes of a young Kenyan girl who escapes to the UK only to be deported back to Kenya as an unwanted alien potentially contaminated by an even less wanted and much more alien alien. Television Acting for television has proved popular with the Kenyan audience. This genre has been around from the 1960s when actors like Mzee Pembe graced the Kenyan television screen. Others, like Benson Wanjau (Ojwang' Hatari) and Mary Khavere (Mama Kayai), followed later with their comedies presented


popular national

. Namanga's longitude is S 2°32'39.8" and longitude E 36°47'20.2". The town has an urban population of 5500 (1999 census Wikipedia:Nairobi Dmoz:Regional Africa Kenya Localities Nairobi Commons:Category:Nairobi


offering science

College offering Science and Arts subjects. The college started to admit accountancy students in March 1966, and thus became a university. In January 1993, Strathmore College merged with Kianda College and moved to Ole Sangale Road, Madaraka Estate, Nairobi. * United States International University – Nairobi (United States International University) is a branch of the United States International University, which has campuses across the world. The Nairobi campus was established in 1969


exceptional international

hailed as an example of exceptional international co-operation, with Kofi Annan quoted as saying that "perhaps the single most successful international agreement to date has been the Montreal Protocol". The Ozone Hole-The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer It has been ratified by 196 states and the European Union. http


years location

-marry-race-We-didnt-speak-years.html author Sarah Oliver date 7 March 2009 title Vince Cable: My father said I was taking leave of my senses to marry into another race. We didn't speak again for four years location London They had three children together and she completed her PhD at Glasgow University in 1976.


online holding

other people were also undoubtedly involved. The effects of Goldenberg were devastating to Kenya's economy in the late 1990s. He has been jailed on multiple occasions but has always managed to get free. '''Africa Online Holding Ltd.''', sometimes abbreviated to '''AFOL''', is the largest Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Africa. Ayisi Makatiani Founder, Africa Online, CNN Money ref>


current work

. In the 1940s, the African Broadcasting Service in Nairobi aired a steady stream of soukous, South African kwela, Zairean finger-style guitar (Fingerpicking) and various kinds of Cuban dance music. There were also popular folk songs of Kenya's Luo (Luo (family of ethnic groups)) and Kikuyu (Kikuyu people) peoples. Current work In September 2003, Petritsch, Austria’s Permanent Representative in Geneva, was elected President-Designate of the Mine


sound band

industry in East Africa, although he went on to be well known in musical circles both locally and abroad. '''Equator Records''' or '''Equator Sound Studios''' was originally known as East African Records, owned by Afcot Ltd, situated in Nairobi, Kenya. In 1960, Charles Worrod launched Equator Sound Studios Ltd. along with the Equator Sound Band. Legendary Kenyan musician Fadhili William became a member of the band alongside Adolf


international efforts

an attempt to build a Federation of East Africa which would include Uganda, Tanganyika and Kenya. Feed The Children's international programs focus on providing food, medical assistance, emergency relief and sustainable development. Recent international efforts include the Abandoned Baby Center (ABC) in Nairobi, Kenya, which provides medical treatment and safe haven for children who have been orphaned or abandoned by poverty and the AIDS epidemic. Other international projects funded by Feed The Children include medical mission trips. Another example of an international project funded by Feed the Children is the "Casa del Niño" (House of the child) in Barrio Ingles, La Ceiba, Honduras. In 2009 FTC has greatly expanded its program in Malawi. Using in-kind donations from Nuskin, Inc, 50,000 orphans and pre-school children, mostly in rural areas, receive a fortified porridge, VitaMeal. http: www.afriquejet.com news africa-news malawi:-50,000-children-saved-from-stunted-growth-2010032446495.html Accessed May 3, 2010 Feed The Children has received an $8.5 million grant from the USAID as part of a 5-year, $20 million project for orphans and vulnerable children that will improve food security and access to nutrition, education, clean water, sanitation and sustainable agricultural development for 40,000 households and over 70,000 children impacted by HIV AIDS in Malawi. The ''Tiwaler''e OVC Project, in full operation in 2011, will make Malawi the largest international program. http: www.perlmanandperlman.com publications newsletters 2010 summer%202010 email.html DATE OF BIRTH 7 August 1984 PLACE OF BIRTH Nairobi, Kenya DATE OF DEATH '''Tariq Iqbal''' (b. 1964 in Nairobi, Kenya) is a Kenyan cricketer. He has played three One Day International matches for Kenya (Kenyan cricket team). His last game was their famous victory over the West Indies in the 1996 World Cup, in which he played as wicket-keeper and caught Brian Lara, for which he is best known. Before Lara's dismissal he had conceded byes and missed a catch down the leg side. Later in the innings he also caught Roger Harper. '''Lazaro Openda Tikolo''' (born 27 December 1964 in Nairobi, Kenya) is a Kenyan cricketer. He has played three One Day International matches for Kenya (Kenyan cricket team). '''Rajab Wazir Ali''' (born 19 November 1965, in Nairobi, Kenya) is a Kenyan cricketer. He has played eight One Day International for Kenya (Kenyan cricket team). Trojanow was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1965. In 1971 his family fled Bulgaria through Yugoslavia and Italy to Germany, where they received political asylum. In 1972 the family travelled on to Kenya, where Ilija's father had obtained a job as engineer. With one interruption from 1977–1981, Ilija Trojanow lived in Nairobi until 1984, and attended a German-language school. After a stay in Paris, he studied law and ethnology at Munich University from 1985 to 1989. He interrupted these studies to found Kyrill-und-Method-Verlag in 1989, and after that Marino-Verlag in 1992, both of which specialised in African literature. In 1999 Trojanow moved to Mumbai and became intensely involved with Indian life and culture. He has lived in Cape Town, returned to Germany (Mainz), and then to Austria, where he currently resides in Vienna. Location The town is located on the main Nairobi-Kampala highway, approximately Wikipedia:Nairobi Dmoz:Regional Africa Kenya Localities Nairobi Commons:Category:Nairobi

Nairobi

'''Nairobi''' Inhabitants of Nairobi are called '''Nairobians''', and the city is governed by the County Government of Nairobi, whose current governor is Evans Kidero.

Nairobi was founded by the British in 1899 as a simple rail depot on the railway linking Mombasa to Uganda. Roger S. Greenway, Timothy M. Monsma, ''Cities: missions' new frontier'', (Baker Book House: 1989), p.163. The town quickly grew to become the capital of British East Africa in 1907, and eventually the capital of the newly independent Kenya Republic in 1963.

With a 2011 estimated population of about 3.36 million, Nairobi is the second-largest city by population in the African Great Lakes region after Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Nairobi is the 14th-largest city in Africa (List of metropolitan areas in Africa), including the population of its suburbs.

Nairobi is one of the most prominent cities in Africa, both politically and financially. Bauck.com "City Guide to Nairobi - The Green City in the Sun". Retrieved 2007-06-17 Home to thousands of Kenyan businesses and over 100 major international companies and organisations, including the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the main coordinating and headquarters for the UN in Africa and Middle East, the United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON), Nairobi is an established hub for business and culture. The Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) is one of the largest in Africa and the second-oldest exchange on the continent. It is Africa's fourth-largest exchange in terms of trading volume, capable of making 10 million trades a day.

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