Netherlands Embassy in Nairobi Kenya

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You and the Netherlands

Information about the Netherlands

The Netherlands is famous for its beautiful flowers, windmills and water. But the Netherlands has so much more to offer.

Doing business

Doing business in Kenya event

The Netherlands and Kenya have a lot to offer each other in economy and trade. Therefore the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Nairobi and RVO organised the Doing Business in Kenya event in The Hague on March 5th. 120 companies participated, discussing opportunities for companies in Kenya.

Development Cooperation

Food Security

The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands supports agriculture in Kenya. The Embassy has programmes both for the purposes of agricultural trade with the Netherlands, as well as in development cooperation with local farmers to ensure food security in Kenya.

Netherlands Embassy in Nairobi

Address
Riverside Lane, off Riverside Drive
Nairobi
Kenya
Phone

+254 204 28 80 00

+254 727 59 47 27

+254 727 59 47 67

+254 734 15 27 63

+254 734 08 61 02

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

February 6, 2017 On the 25th of January 2017 a combined effort of 18 partner countries resulted in the publication of the European Reintegration Network (ERIN) Specific Action program- slow track tender. The ERIN Specific Action program – slow track offers socio-economic reintegration assistance in the form of counseling and referral and/or reintegration assistance to migrants who return voluntarily or non-voluntarily to their country of origin. This program is implemented by partner countries Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom. ERIN Specific Action program – slow track is mainly funded by the European Commission via the European Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).

January 10, 2017 Starting 1 February 2017, the consular department at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kenya will provide its clients the option to pay for consular services not only in cash or Mpesa, but also by bank card.