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State bans child adoption by foreign nationals

By PSCU | September 12th 2019 at 12:52:04 GMT +0300

President Uhuru Kenyatta chairs a Cabinet meeting at State House, Nairobi. Also present is Deputy President Dr. William Ruto. [File, Standard]

NAIROBI, 12 September 2019 (PSCU) – The Cabinet has today announced an immediate ban on adoption of children by foreign nationals.

A special Cabinet meeting at State House, Nairobi chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta and attended by Deputy President William Ruto also directed the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection to formulate a new policy document to regulate the adoption of children by foreign nationals in Kenya.

The meeting also directed the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection to streamline operations of the Child Welfare Society of Kenya and those of children homes in the country.

On infrastructure, the Cabinet approved Sh6.9 billion for the development of an Inland Container Depot, Railway Marshalling Yard, Logistics Zone and Public Utility Area as well as other core enabling infrastructure to support the development of the Naivasha Special Economic Zone and the impending completion of Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) phase 2A.

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The Cabinet also approved the hosting of the upcoming Nairobi Summit of the 25th International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD 25).

The summit that will be held from November 12, and 14, 2019 is expected to attract over 6,000 delegates from 179 countries. The summit will solidify the country’s position as the ideal conference and aviation hub, a move that will boost Kenya’s tourism sector.


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