• President Visit at Expo

    H.E Pierre Nkurunziza signing the visitor's book at Kenya Trade, Investment and Cultural Expo 2017

  • Official opening KenyaExpoBujumbura

  • Business forum 2017

    The Kenya-Burundi business forum held in Bujumbura at Panoramique Hôtel on 20th September 2017

  • Tree planting- Madaraka

    Ambassador Vitisia and Deputy Head of Mission Mrs. Sylvane Chongwony at tree planting event to commemorate Madaraka Day 2017

  • Madaraka 2017

    Madaraka Day celebration at Kenya Embassy Bujumbura on 3rd June 2017

  • Peacerun
  • Front view of the Chancery

    Front view of the Kenya Embassy Burundi's Chancery

Conference of the African Ministers for Public Service (CAMPS) held in Burundi


The Minister for Public Services Hoh. Dalmas Otieno poses a group photo with H.E the Ambassador and members of the Home-based Staff.

The 7th Conference of the African Ministers for Public Service took place in Bujumbura from 20th to 24th February, 2012. The Conference was hosted by the government of Burundi with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the African Union Commission (AUC). Participants included the twelve (12) Member States namely Algeria, Burundi, Egypt, Kenya, Liberia, Namibia, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia. The AUC and the UNDP also participated

The Special Bureau of the conference took place from 23rd to 24th February, 2012. Present in the meeting were H.E. Marco Hausiku, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia and H.E. Dolly Joiner-Commissioner for Political Affairs of the AUC. Their meeting was officially opened by H.E. Terence SINUNGURUZA, Burundi’s 1st Deputy President and Chaired by Honorable Dalmas Otieno, Minister for Public Service and the then Chairperson of the CAMPS.

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