Embassy of Japan in Kenya

日本国国旗

在ケニア日本国大使館

Embassy of Japan in Kenya also has been accredited to Eritrea, Seychelles and Somalia

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2013 Ceremony for the Certificate of Commendation

December, 2013
Embassy of Japan in Kenya

 

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Japan-Kenya diplomatic relations, the Embassy of Japan in Kenya extended certificates of commendation to 20 Japanese and Kenyan citizens who have made outstanding contributions in enhancing mutual understanding and friendship between the two countries.  The summary of the ceremony and the list of the certificate winners are as follows.

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Date: Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
(On the occasion of the National Day Reception in celebration of the 80th birthday of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan)

Venue: Ambassador’s Official Residence

Attendance: Around 300 people

Program of the ceremony

List of Certificate Winners (in an alphabetical order):
<Japanese>

Katsumi Arakawa (Saidia Furaha)

Since 1985
Support to less privileged children and single mothers

 

Chiaki Hayakawa (UPEPO YA AFRICA)

Since 1997
Support to street children and slum dwellers

 

Akira Hijikata (Mikono International)

Since 1988
Educational and medical support / well drilling and water for emergency reliefs

 

Yoritaro Inada (Inada-Lange Foundation for AIDS Research)

Since 2000
HIV/AIDS support in slums

 

Kazuhiro Ishikawa (Future Kids Project)

Since 2001
Support to street children

 

Teruko Kikumoto (Save the Children Centre)

Since 1984
Support to orphans and other vulnerable children

 

Shunichi Kobayashi (Sports Coordinator)

Since 1977
Promotion of sports exchanges

 

Terumi Matsushita (MOYO Children Centre)

Since 2000
Support to less privileged children

 

Hisanari Miyata (Child Doctor Japan)

Since 2002
Child health promotion in slums

 

Hiroaki Nagaoka (Community Action Development Organisation)

Since 1995
Educational support / HIV prevention / Environmental support

 

Katsuji Nakamura (United States International University)

Since 2000
Promotion of Japanese language

 

Atsushi Oono (International Water Project)

Since 2002
Support in the field of water and sanitation

 

Yoshiyuki Sato (Organic Solutions)

Since 1966
Support to local enterprises / Support to the Japanese community in Nairobi

 

Toru Seki (Taiyo Enterprises)

Since 1972
Promotion of Japanese food / Support to the Japanese community in Nairobi

 

Yasuo Shiojiri (Africa Children Education Fund)

Since 1989
Medical and educational support / Environmental support

 

Yoshio Tamura (Karate Instructor)

Since 1971
Promotion of Japanese culture and sports

 

Toshiyuki Yano (Ushirika International)

Since 2000
Educational support / Vocational trainings for women

 

<Kenyans>

Henry Indangasi (University of Nairobi)

Since 1985
Promotion of Japanese literature

 

Odari Hashimoto Masumi (University of Nairobi)

Since 1990
Promotion of Japanese language

 

Douglas Wakiihuri (Douglas Wakiihuri Marathon School)

Since 2008
Promotion of sports exchanges

 

* Certificates of Commendation are awarded by the Japanese Ambassador to individuals who contributed themselves in enhancing friendship and mutual understanding with a foreign country.

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