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Welcome- PS, State Department of Environment, Charles Sunkuli receiving the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar in his office.DSC_0025-001

Welcome- PS, State Department of Environment, Charles Sunkuli receiving the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar in his office.DSC_0025-001

26/09/2016

The challenge of solid waste management and climate change  is a real and growing one in Kenya, Principal Secretary in the State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli has said.

Speaking in his office, when he received the Indonesian Ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar, Mr. Sunkuli noted that, uncontrolled and improper waste management affects human health, harbours disease causing organisms, thus increasing the cost of Medicare and called for collaboration and support of the Indonesian government in the area of solid waste management, environmental conservation and  climate change.

The Indonesian Ambassadour  (Minister Consellor), who was making a follow up on the recently held United Nations Environment Assembly 2 Conference (UNEA 2), extended an invite to the Ministry leadership to visit Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment and Forestry for a benchmarking and knowledge exchange programme on areas of park management and protection of wildlife among others and share lessons learnt from other partnerships, noting that,  Kenya and Indonesia had had bilateral meetings on the same and an MOU drafted on areas to explore during the visit.

The Ambassadour lauded Kenya’s efforts in fighting total ban on animal products noting that, this was a good way of protecting wildlife and securing the tourism sector.

Bilerteral talks - PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli holding bilerteral talks with the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar.DSC_0013

Bilerteral talks – PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli holding bilerteral talks with the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar.DSC_0013

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