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French Embassy holds sustainable cities seminar

Brings together Kenyan and French companies and organisations to foster partnerships

In Summary
  • Those present included French Ambassador Aline Kuster-Ménager, Housing and Urban Development PS Charles Hinga.

The French Embassy—through Business France, BPI France and the Economic Mission—hosted a seminar on sustainable cities at the ambassadorial residence in Nairobi on November 19.

The seminar brought together Kenyan and French companies and organisations to foster partnerships in mobility and transport, housing, water and sanitation, energy and waste management.

Those present included French Ambassador Aline Kuster-Ménager, Housing and Urban Development PS Charles Hinga and Africa-France Summit deputy secretary general Stephane Dubost.

French Ambassador Aline Kuster-Ménager, economic regional service manager Benoît Gauthier and Housing and Urban Development PS Charles Hinga.
French Ambassador Aline Kuster-Ménager, economic regional service manager Benoît Gauthier and Housing and Urban Development PS Charles Hinga.
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Intellectual property lawyer Liz Lenjo, architect Jesina Tembu and Anza Strategy’s Rodrique Msechu.
Intellectual property lawyer Liz Lenjo, architect Jesina Tembu and Anza Strategy’s Rodrique Msechu.
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International Business Development manager Pierre Beirnaert, Architecture Studio’s Monteiro Wisdom and BPI France’s Ellodie Barria.
International Business Development manager Pierre Beirnaert, Architecture Studio’s Monteiro Wisdom and BPI France’s Ellodie Barria.
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EGIS Yannick Chaumet and Thales’ Bruno Baroux.
EGIS Yannick Chaumet and Thales’ Bruno Baroux.
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Tactis’ Bernard Binagwaho and media personality Aby Agina.
Tactis’ Bernard Binagwaho and media personality Aby Agina.
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Nairobi county's Bernard Mulwa and Nassir Masai.
Nairobi county's Bernard Mulwa and Nassir Masai.
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