Kenya Red Cross Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1967. In 2016, it counted 82,000 active volunteers (up from 6,200 in 2010), of which 69% were male and 31% female.

Latest news from Kenya Red Cross Society

Saturday 24 August 2019 Disaster Management Building climate-smart disaster law frameworks for sustainable development The Disaster Response and Risk Management Department (DRDM) has proposed significant changes to the National Disaster Management Act …

30 August 2019

Kenya Red Cross has recently launched a television station (Switch TV), targeting the youth with a view to empowering them to solve humanitarian challenges in their communities. “Our vision is to be the most influential platform for educating and empow …

4 October 2018

Cash-based interventions are transforming the way humanitarian aid is being delivered. We have seen a dramatic increase in the use of cash globally by 40 per cent between 2015 and 2016 (State of the World’s Cash Report, 2018). At least 28 countries in …

13 September 2018

“As a movement we have no choice than being accountable to people.” Abbas Gullet, Secretary General of Kenya Red Cross Society Kenya Red Cross Society has published new independent research documenting their experience and lessons learned in mainstream …

10 May 2018

The Kenya Red Cross Society and IFRC are responding to disastrous flooding across Kenya and need your help to support 150,000 of the most vulnerable people who have been displaced from their homes. Torrential rains have caused devastating floods across …

4 May 2018

A group of children gather on two unsteady benches under a tree. One of the benches is broken. A black board leans over another tree. This is the classroom of Nashipa pre-school in Singiraine village, Kajiado West.

21 March 2018
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Tel: (254)(20) 395 0000
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  • Governor: Mr. Francis M. MASIKA
  • 1st Deputy Governor: Mr Paschal MBECHE
  • 2nd Deputy Governor: Hon. Georfery KIPNGETICH KORIR
  • Secretary General: Dr. Asha MOHAMMED
  • Deputy Secretary General, programs: Ms. Abshiro HALAKE
  • National Treasurer: Ms Julianne NJERI KAMAU
  • Committee Member: Mr Abdinoor Mohamed HUSSEIN
  • Committee Member: Mr Nassir SAID MOHAMMED
  • Committee Member: Ms Lucy W. MURIUKI
  • Committee Member : Mr Quinter ATIENO OUSO
  • Committee Member : Mr Royal Abraham SHISIA
  • Member: Mr Edward Gakumo WARUI
  • National Youth Chair: Mr Japheth KIPKOECH NGENO
  • National Youth Vice Chair : Mr Allan CARLSON LODENYAO
  • Head of Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Affairs: Mr Anthony MWANGI
  • Group Head of Finance and Accounts: Mr Abdulaziz MIRZA
  • Group Head Audit : Mr Isaiah KARANJA
  • Head of Disaster Management – Operations : Mr Mahdi MOHAMMED
  • Head of Health and Social Services : Ms Sylvia KHAMATI-LOGENDO
  • Head of Water and Sanitation : Mr Ayaz MANJI
  • Head of Disaster Risk Management : Mr Elijah MULI
  • Head of Department, Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning: Ms Lydia ATIEMA
  • Group Head – Human Resources: Ms Linah Beatrice KOWITTI-OORO
  • Head of Organisational Development : Ms Wangeci MATHENGE