The work of the Embassy relates to the three key pillars of Ireland's new Foreign Policy - serving people, enhancing prosperity and promoting the values of the Irish people.
The Embassy works to enhance the political and economic relationship between Ireland and Kenya that will deliver economic growth and jobs; maintain and strengthen links with our Irish diaspora; and promote Ireland and Irish Culture.
While State Agencies (Bord Bia, Enterprise Ireland, IDA Ireland and Tourism Ireland) are not represented in Kenya, the Embassy will be pleased to act as a liaison, to promote trade, tourism and inward investment to Ireland.
The Embassy also provides consular services and assistance to Irish citizens resident in and visiting Kenya.
The work of the Embassy builds on the strong reputation Ireland enjoys because of the very substantial contribution of Irish missionaries and Non Governmental Organisations to Kenyan society over many years. It supports and oversees Irish Aid funds (amounting to around € 7 million per annum) which are directed through missionary and Non Governmental Organisations to deliver programmes that benefit the disadvantaged in Kenyan society.
Embassy of Ireland
Delta Office Suites
Off Waiyakai Way
PO Box 30659-00100
Main Telephone line: (+254) 0205 135 300
Embassy Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 8.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.
Email: Contact Us
Telephone: +254 (0)775 353 003, Weekdays from 8am – 2:30pm
Opening hours for public: Weekdays from 8.30am - 12.30pm
All visits/appointments have to be pre-booked