Order of St John of Jerusalem of
Rhodes and of Malta
Three consecutive rainy seasons have brought far below average rainfalls in Kenya especially in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands like North Horr in Marsabit County which are in urgent need of aid.
The Kakuma Mission Hospital has rapidly grown into an essential hospital for the local communities, as well as serving as a referral hospital for the refugees from the Kakuma Refugee Camp.
For the launching of its Emergency Operation Centre and Ambulance Dispatch Centre, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services cordially invited the Embassy of the Order of Malta to attend the event.
The Newly formed Companions of the Order to Kenya, under the guidance of the Order's Embassy have watched over the construction of a stand alone maternity theatre at the Catholic Mission Health Centre in Tiaty, East Pokot.
On Sunday 11th April 2021, twenty-seven (27) prospective Companions of Kenya attended a historic virtual meeting with attendees calling in from the United States of America, Gibraltar, England, Scotland, Germany, Sudan and of course our beloved Kenya.
On Sunday 1st May 2021, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mattock paid a visit to the Soila Girls Rescue Centre to deliver maize.
The Embassy would like to express their gratitude to Dame Ann for her contribution to the work of the embassy over the past year. Dame Ann was appointed as a Consigliere in 2020 by the late Grand Master Giacomo dalla Torre del Tempio di Sanguinetto.
The mission of the Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital (RUNH) in Nairobi is to ensure quality, affordable and accessible health care to the most vulnerable members of the Kenyan society where everyone fully enjoys his/her fundamental right to health.
It was a different world nine hundred years ago. Abelard was founding the first of the universities and Middle English was just starting to develop. The new form of architecture was called Gothic and the new Council being implemented was Lateran I.