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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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Aug 3, 2012

Reports from the family of Baby Trevor are that he is continuing to develop well. His physical development is slightly delayed due to having been so ill as a young baby, however he is now beginning to get strength in his legs and pull himself up to a standing position. It won’t be long until he is walking! He continues to give great joy to his parents and sisters and is a wonderfully happy and content little boy.

Baby Faith is another child that we were alerted to with a heart condition, due to a complication of her having Down’s Syndrome. We first met her in December 2011 when she was just 6 weeks old. Her parents had seen a newspaper article about the Order’s intervention with life saving heart surgery for Baby Trevor. They made contact with us to see if we could assist. In the end they got assistance from an organisation in the United States and the operation was carried out in early April of this year. She has received financial help from the Monegasque Association of the Order of Malta for any further medical treatment. Since then Baby Faith has been recovering well and has been given the ‘all clear’ regarding her heart. However, more recently she has had some respiratory problems and a bout of pneumonia, which meant she had to be admitted to Kenyatta Hospital for further treatment.