AFICS-Kenya is affliated to the UN system in Kenya and its main purpose is to serve the needs of all former international civil servants of UN and its relevant agencies.
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Why Join Afics
To be a part of the unique community of former international civil servants with shared cultural diversity, ideals, and continued common links to the work of the United Nations system.
To stay informed on the latest developments on pension benefit management and investment issues. The AFICS/KE Governing Board actively advocates on behalf of member concerns and ensures no erosion of benefits.
To enjoy social events, activities and workshops organized by AFICS/KE promoting the welfare and wellbeing of members.
To make new friends and keep in touch with former colleagues through the AFICS/KE Website, Directory and Bulletin.
Membership to AFICS-Kenya is open to any person who has retired from UN and its relevant bodies or any person still in service and not more than five years from retirement
- 1. A one-time registration fees payment of $100 for retired professionals or $ 50 for retired Nationals.
- 2. Annual subscriptions fees of Kshs 10,000 for Professionals and Kshs 5,000 for Nationals.
Our Team Member
Amb. John. O. KakongePresident
Ms. Rebecca Katumba1st Vice-President
Mr. Jason OnsembeDeputy Secretary
Ms. Anastasia GianopulosHon. Secretary
Ms Pauline K KulimbaPrograms Assistant
Announcements AFICS 15th ANNIVERSARY WILL BE HELD ON 3rd MARCH 2023
March 2023 will mark the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the Association of Former International Civil Servants of the United Nations (AFICS) in Kenya. AFICS membership comprises former United Nations staff members of all categories, who provided professional services to the United Nations, thus supporting the Organization in its work to maintain international peace and security and foster sustainable development.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of AFICS-Kenya, we are planning a celebration with the theme “Smart Ageing”, to commemorate the good work being done by AFICS-Kenya members and also to encourage other UN retirees to join the association from among the more than 2,500 UN retirees currently residing in Kenya.
The anniversary theme will be used to turn the spotlight on ageing and to encourage an agenda of investment in the older members of our society. The occasion will be graced by Ms. Zainab Bangura, Director General of the United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON), other senior UN staff members, senior Kenya Government officials and other organizations affiliated to the UN/ Embassies/ Missions which work directly or indirectly with the UN.
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