First Pilgrimage to Lourdes – Order of Malta Companions of Kenya

The Companions of Kenya, under the guidance of the Ambassador of the Orders Embassy to Kenya, HE Wilhelm von Trott zu Solz, embarks on a historic pilgrimage to Lourdes, only the second African country to do so.


Embassy of the Order to Kenya Facilitates Import of Urgently Needed Medical Equipment for a Remote Hospital in Kisii County

The Tabaka Mission Hospital was built some forty years ago initially as a child birth centre, run by the Camillian order. It then gradually expanded to offer other health care services including a nurse training unit. It is located in north-western Kenya, in Kisii county, one of the most economically disadvantaged areas in the country, with a high HIV prevalence rate.


Christmas food hamper donation

The Ambassador of the Embassy of the Order of Malta to the Republic of Kenya HE Wilhelm von Trott zu Solz donated Christmas food hampers within Nairobi and to those effected by the drought in the Laikipia and Embu Counties, Kenya.


Linking diplomacy with Humanitarian Efforts in Kenya

The diplomatic activities of the Sovereign Order of Malta are closely linked to its humanitarian mission: the presence of accredited diplomatic missions in more than 100 countries of the world are completely aligned with the humanitarian activities of the Order.


Christmas with the Waithaka Special School

HE Wilhelm von Trott zu Solz the Ambassador of the Order of Malta to Kenya instructed the Embassy to donate €2500 for much needed Christmas food hampers to share the joy of Christmas with the Waithaka Special School in Dagoretti Village, Nairobi, Kenya.


Dinner in honour our Councillor, Dame Ann Gloag

On the 18th October 2022 Dr and Mrs Franco de Pauli held a dinner at the Embassy Residence in honour our Councillor, Dame Ann Gloag.


Event at Heltorf Castle

An evening at Heltorf castle discussing the situation in Africa where people are struggling with the impacts of climate change, the pandemic and rising prices on the world market.


Aberdeen Women’s Centre – Sierra Leone

On the edges of a slum area of Aberdeen is a remarkable facility called the Aberdeen Women’s Centre (AWC). The running of AWC was taken over by Dame Ann Gloag, the is centre was taken over in 2008 and offers free medical care to women and children, up to the age of 15.


Companions of Kenya meet for the first time

The Companions of the Order of Malta Kenya held its first physical meeting this week at the Orders Embassy Residence in Gigiri.