Message From High Commissioner

The High Commissioner of The Republic of Kenya

Amb. Willy Kipkorir Bett

It is my pleasure and privilege to introduce and welcome you to this website of the High Commission of the Republic of Kenya, New Delhi.The High Commission of the Republic of Kenya, New Delhi was established in the year 1969 to promote and enhance bilateral relationship between Kenya and India through effective diplomatic engagement. Over the years, Kenya and India have enjoyed friendly and historic relations which continue to grow gradually transforming into a mutually beneficial partnership.

The Kenya High Commission, New Delhi is also accredited to Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Singapore. Our mandate therefore, is to implement Kenya’s foreign policy focussing on steering forward the already vibrant relations between Kenya and India, as well as countries of accreditation.

Kenya’s geo-political location at the confluence of the Great Lakes, Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean contiguity, strategically makes it a gateway to Africa’s major trading blocs such as the East African Community (EAC) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA).

Nairobi, the only UN headquarters in the Global South hosts United Nations Offices and numerous international and inter-governmental organisations making it a regional hub for economic and multilateral diplomacy. In terms of tourism, Nairobi is the world’s only wildlife capital – a short drive out of Nairobi’s central business district is the Nairobi National Park. Wide open grass plains and backdrop of the city scrapers, scattered acacia bush play host to a wide variety of wildlife including the endangered black rhino, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, buffaloes, giraffes and diverse birdlife.

The website has several links to enable easy access to areas of interest such as consular services, trade and investment opportunities and tourism. I believe that the information provided on this website will enable you learn more about the services offered by the Mission to both Kenyans and foreign nationals interested in Kenya.

Once again I welcome you to the Mission’s website and look forward to a fruitful working relationship.


Amb. Willy K. Bett, EGH


The Mandate of the Mission is to promote and protect Kenya’s interests in India and Countries of accreditation. This includes fostering friendly relations with partner countries in our area of responsibility; facilitating the realisation of Kenya’s development objectives as highlighted in the Big Four Agenda through development partnerships, trade and investment; ensuring representation in multilateral organisations headquartered in India; promoting the welfare and interest of the Kenyan Diaspora and projecting the image and prestige of Kenya in the region.

Service Charter

This service Charter takes into consideration the objectives set out in the Mission’s Strategic Plan 2018/2019 -2022/23, The Ministry’s Strategic Plan for the same period, Kenya’s Foreign Policy, Kenya Vison 2030, the Big Four Agenda and the Constitution of Kenya.

This service Charter has been developed in line with the Current Government of Kenya policy aimed at promoting Public participation and stakeholder engagement for purposes of ensuring services provided by public entities are aligned with the needs of the public. It also aims at providing service standards expected from the High Commission and a mechanism for redress where the services have not met set standards.

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Core Values


Our Staff shall exercise loyalty and uphold allegiance to the Republic of Kenya at all times

Customer Focus

We shall treat our stakeholders with courtesy respect and promptness


Our staff shall exercise high level of professional competence and confidentiality in all their work

Equity and Fairness

We shall promote justice impartiality and diversity in all our dealings

Team Spirit

We shall promote teamwork to enhance service delivery and inculcate shared and collective responsibility in executing our mandate

Ethics and Integrity

We will embrace transparency and accountability in all operations of the Mission