The Embassy of the Republic of Kenya would like to notify the public on the sale of the below Mission Vehicle;




MILEAGE: 205,865

CONDITION: Excellent leather interior, clean interior, good tyres, well maintained body, functional rear door slides, clean engine. This Vehicle has been well maintained (full service history with Volkswagen).

Please note that the vehicle sale is final and is on as -is basis (no warranties and no returns)

It is available for viewing from 27th June 2022 and only during the Embassy Working Hours (9.00 hours – 17.00 hours). Book an appointment through the Embassy call line (030) 25 92 66-0 and also through our office email:

Interested parties can send their offer by filling in and sending the tender offer form (download it here) to the aforementioned Embassy email address. The tender form should be returned not later than 27th July, 2022 at 17.00 Hours

27th June 2022

Embassy of the Republic of Kenya

Rheinbabenallee 49

14199, BERLIN

DAAD Master Scholarship (For Master students from Sub-Saharan Africa fleeing the war in Ukraine)

The DAAD has launched a special programme for Sub-Saharan African Master students whose studies are interrupted due to the war against Ukraine to continue and complete their studies in their home country or region.

The Scholarship programme for Master students from Sub-Saharan Africa fleeing the war against Ukraine is a subprogramme of the In-Country/In-Region Scholarship programme. It is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and  Development and managed by the German Academic Exchange Service.

The goal of the programme is to provide Master scholarships to students who are nationals of a Sub-Saharan African country and whose Master studies are interrupted because of the war in Ukraine. Scholarship holders are given the opportunity to continue their academic career at a higher education institution in their home country or within their home region (in Sub-Saharan-Africa).

The Call for Scholarship Applications is now open!! Application deadline: 4 July 2022

An open MS Teams call will be offered for consultation on 15 June 2022 at 11:00 am (CEST).

Click here for the respective Call for Scholarship Applications. Further information can be found here:

This information has been provided by:


The Republic of Kenya has fully automated the issuance of visa with effect from January 1, 2021. All visa applications must be made online on

In this regard, all passengers travelling to Kenya from countries that require visas to enter Kenya shall be required to apply and obtain eVisa before boarding an aircraft as no visas will be issued on arrival.

We advise that you apply for the visa at least a week before the proposed travel date. There is no express issuance of visas at the moment.

Holders of passports from the following countries require a referred visa and have to apply for the Evisa at least 8 weeks before the proposed travel date:

Afghanistan, Armenia, Democratic Republic of Korea (Formerly N.Korea), Iraq, Kosovo, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine, Somalia, Syria, Tajikistan, Yemen, Stateless Nationals as well as well as those holding Travel Documents issued to Refugees and Asylum Seekers.

Applying for evisa to visit Kenya involves three simple steps:

1. Create an account at

2. Fill the application form, upload the requirements and pay using a Master/Visa credit or debit card (Not EC Card)

3. Once the status reads ISSUED, click on the visa reference to download the eVisa PDF from your account.

For further inquiries contact: evisa(at)

This is for the following visa categories:

For telephone enquiries, the Directorate can be contacted as follows:

Telephone numbers (Monday to Friday – 8:00am to 5:00pm East African Time)

  • +2541109222062
  • +2541109222063
  • +2541109222064

 Telephone numbers (After hours and Weekends)

  • +254112620512
  • +254112620693

 Kindly Note that the Embassy is not the issuer of evisas. For any issue with your evisa, you have to contact Evisa directly through their telephone contact details given above.


1. All travellers arriving into Kenya through any point of entry must have a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination. The following categories of travellers are exempt from the requirement:

  • Travelers with medical conditions precluding vaccination. Such persons shall be required to provide a letter from a recognized medical practitioner detailing the medical reason precluding vaccination.
  • Travelers who have recovered from an active COVID-19 infection or received convalescent plasma in the preceding 90 days. Such persons shall be required to provide a letter from a recognized medical practitioner showing that the person may have recovered from an active infection in the preceding 90 days.

  • Returning unvaccinated Kenyans who have difficulty accessing vaccines in their current country of residence. Such persons must be prepared to be vaccinated immediately upon arrival and must register for vaccination on Chanjo-Ke platform before departure. Proof of registration shall be required before entry in to the country.

2. All travellers coming to Kenya who are fully vaccinated shall be exempt from the requirement of a PCR test.

3. All eligible unvaccinated travellers arriving at any port of entry into Kenya, must be in possession of a valid COVID-19 negative PCR test certificate conducted within 72 hours before departure regardless of the route of entry. Children below the age of five (5) years are exempt from this requirement.

4. Unvaccinated travellers arriving at any point of entry shall be subjected to rapid antigen test at their own cost of 30 USD. Any person who test positive on antigen RDT will be subjected to PCR test at their own further cost of 50 USD and self-isolate. Travelers below the age of five (5) years are exempt from this testing requirement.

5. There will be no paper verification of COVID-19 test results and vaccination certificates upon arrival into Kenya. Airlines should ensure that all travellers have uploaded both documents into global haven before boarding via

6. Operating crew are exempt from COVID-19 test when on a layover between flights. They must adhere to COVID-19 protocols from airport to hotel/residence and back to airport.

7. All travellers will be expected to fill the passenger locator form on the “jitenge” platform.

8. Passengers travelling out of Kenya will be required to abide by the particular travel, health and COVID-19 related requirements of the destination country.

9. Pre-departure testing may be considered at the discretion of any of the airlines departing from or terminating in Kenya.

10. All travellers to countries requiring antigen testing hours before travel will be required to undertake pre-travel rapid antigen test at the MOH Port Health facility at the airport and the results uploaded to the Trusted Travel platform.