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Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta

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Dear visitor, welcome to the website of our Embassy in Kenya!

Dr. Wilhelm von Trott zu SolzOur presence in Kenya is a living expression of the good diplomatic relations that exist between the Sovereign Order of Malta and the Republic of Kenya. The Order of Malta is engaged in constantly improving the livelihood of men, women and children. Our activities in all countries throughout the world are especially centred on the needs of the poor and handicapped people, regardless of race, religion or gender.

We welcome guests to our website and invite them to help us and our relief organisation to make this world a better place, for the benefit of the needy and the poor, the sick and the handicapped.

Stay together with us in this country of diversity, of wildlife heritage and of breathtaking landscapes and enjoy the warm welcome of its people.

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Nov 28, 2010

Lamu District Maternity Shelter

We are moving in the right direction with the Lamu District Maternity Shelter – albeit rather slowly. We have received interest and support from many organisations in Kenya to assist us with realising the targets for this project.


Order of Malta and St John’s Ambulance work together at Remembrance Day Service

Nov 18, 2010
The Order of Malta and St John’s Ambulance-Kenya worked together to provide refreshments for those attending the Remembrance Day Service at the Commonwealth War Cemetery in Nairobi on Sunday 14th November

Patricia Talbot visited Kenya in October 2010

Nov 10, 2010
As the Vice President of the British Association of the Order of Malta we were very pleased to receive her support. Whilst in Kenya she spent time with the Malteser International Health Clinics in Nairobi and also found time to visit the Lamu District Hospital to see first hand the desperate need for help with maternal healthcare in that region.

Accompanying Community Health Workers in the Nairobi Slums

Nov 1, 2010
A morning spent with the Community Health Workers from Malteser International in the slums of Nairobi, whilst they were on their rounds of housebound and bedridden TB and HIV patients