Kenya enjoys a strong position in Eastern Africa. It has taken a number of strides in development, partly due to its strategic location as a major services hub to its neighbours, with an important Indian Ocean port and strategic land borders with Ethiopia, South Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, and Somalia. It is a key exporter of merchandise exports to its neighbours.
Leaders attending the 20th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (CCEM) have agreed a series of proposals to make sure that no-one is left behind when it comes to receiving high quality education.
A Commonwealth Correspondent has enacted real change in his home country of Uganda using, what he calls, “the power of the pen”.
Commonwealth observers will arrive in Sierra Leone next week in advance of the forthcoming general election on March 7.
A blog by Michelle Callander, Faith in the Commonwealth project manager
Traditional dancers greeted Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland and Fiji Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama at the official opening of the 20th Conference of the Commonwealth Education Ministers.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has launched the international Commonwealth Big Lunch in Nadi, Fiji.
Fiji’s attorney-general, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, has called for the creation of a best practice toolkit to help Commonwealth member states. He made his comments on the eve of the official opening of the 20th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (CCEM) in Nadi.
Youth leaders putting themselves forward to join the Commonwealth Youth Council leadership team have outlined the ways they want to see the Commonwealth become fairer, more sustainable, more secure and more prosperous in their manifestos.
Blog by Katherine Kennedy, Head of Climate Change, at the second day of the World Sustainable Development Summit in Delhi.