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Visiting Hours

The DAAD Nairobi Office offers face-to-face consultations every Wednesday, from 10 am-12 pm EAT. Virtual consultations also continue.

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Responsibility

DAAD Regional Office Nairobi offers services for Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi.

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Contact

  • Regional Office Nairobi

    Madison Insurance House, 3rd floor, Upper Hill Close, P.O. Box 14050 00800 Nairobi
    Telephone: +254 (733) 92 99 29
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News

The European Parliament adopted the EU budget on November 23. This also includes the budgets for research and innovation. Horizon Europe will have funds of EUR 12.4 billion next year. The Erasmus+ mobility program will receive EUR 3.7 billion.

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The European Commission and the African Union Commission hosted a stakeholder dialogue on the AU-EU Innovation Agenda in Nairobi on November 23 and 24, 2022. The event was the culmination of a stakeholder dialogue launched in February this year, which aimed to gather feedback and input from stakeholders and organisations on the draft AU-EU Innovation Agenda. The stakeholder dialogues take place in different formats and bring the views and recommendations of critical African and European actors together.

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From November 12 to November 20, 2022, a delegation of the Parliamentary Group on Eastern Africa of the German Bundestag, led by the Chairperson, Kordula Schulz-Asche (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen), visited schools, universities, and projects in Kenya. The visit focused on international exchange and the partnership between Germany and Kenya. We are pleased that the members of parliament Manfred Todtenhausen (FDP), Erwin Rüddel (CDU/CSU), Steffen Janich (AfD), and Cornelia Möhring (DIE LINKE) also sought talks with DAAD funding recipients, alumni and partners in Kenya.

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The new Ambassador for Kenya, Sebastian Groth, visited the DAAD Regional Office in Nairobi on November 16, 2022, and got insights into the DAAD's work, tasks, and premises. Ambassador Groth started his diplomatic career as a cultural attaché in Kenya twenty years ago. He knows the area well and talked to the staff at the regional office about his thoughts and experiences.

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Visits and Info Sessions

  • Online Seminar Schedule

    We are pleased to inform you that the DAAD Nairobi Office offers face to face consultation hours  every Wednesdays, 10 am to 12 pm EAT. Also, our regular visiting hours remain; every Thursday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am EAT,  Web Seminars also remain as scheduled.

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Calls and Offers

Open calls for DAAD funding

These are open calls for applications supported by the DAAD.

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Open calls from other organizations

In this section we are pleased to keep you informed about calls or other offers from other organizations.

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Job-offer at the DAAD Information-Point (IP) in Addis Ababa

The DAAD is looking for a Programme Officer (m, f, d) for the " DAAD Information-Point in Addis Ababa": student advising, website, social media and program support.  

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Alumni

In the eyes of the DAAD, the end of a funding period marks the beginning of a long-standing relationship with us. We aim to stay in touch with our alumni as well as help you get to know one another through a serious of programmes and activities. We also support you in setting up regional DAAD alumni clubs and other forms of networking opportunities.

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