#KenyaMUN2019

Message from the Secretary General

  • Dear delegates, agents and commissioners, I would like to thank you for being part of the 18th session KenyaMUN conference. This year we are discussing sustainable crime-free cities in line with SDG 11. The theme alone is one that hits home and we are happy to have this platform for you to debate and submit on issues in the world over. Knowing too well you have dedicated time to prepare your position papers,submissions and the most importantly oral presentation, I commend you for taking part in this conference. This means you have taken the big step to be part of the process that ensures the future generation is secured. I also wish to commend the respective bureaus who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure this week came to be a success. From finance, conference and communication bureaus we appreciate you as this conference takes shape because of your hard work alongside you colleges. Thank you for being part of this milestone. Moving forward, in the words of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, may the size of your dreams exceed your current capacity to achieve them.

    Grace Maina, 18th Session Secretary General.  

What you need to know about #KenyaMUN2019

Dress Code
All delegates, commissioners and agents should be officially dressed on all conference days except on Wednesday during the global village.
The global village is a day where delegates are free to dress as any culture in the world in their celebration. You are all encouraged to be as creative as possible.
For ladies all skirts and dresses length should not go above 4 fingers while seated. No cleavage or thin straps for blouses are allowed.
For men you should have your coat and tie on during session and your shirt should not be unbuttoned or untucked.
Failure to comply with this will result to clipping of badges. Where your badge is clipped more than twice you will be officially be disqualified from conference.
Logistics
The conference will run from the 11th to 15th of February 2019. Arrival time at the United Nations Office in Nairobi is at 8:00 am and all committee sessions will start by 8:30 am. Lateness will be penalized at chairs discretion.
Ensure you carry you badge at all times to be able to access the premises.
Notable events include opening ceremony on Monday morning which will be in the General Assembly room from 9:00 am through to midday. The closing ceremony will be on Friday from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.
On Wednesday the global village will be from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm and is mandatory for all committees.
Simulated Committees
The conference will simulate 8 committees. These include SOCHUM, DISEC, SPECPOL, ECOSOC, Security Council, Crisis, ICJ and ILC. All delegates should be in their specific committee rooms at all times except during breaks and lunch. Agents of the ICJ not submitting during the preliminaries will be assigned a waiting area.
Directions
From the Central Business District while driving:
1. Drive along Murang'a Rd - 3 min (1.1 km)
2. Head northeast on Mondlane St toward Moi Ave - 79 m
3. Turn left onto Tom Mboya St - 250 m
4. Continue onto Murang'a Rd - 800 m
5. Follow Limuru Rd - 14 min (6.5 km)
6. Drive to your destination - 2 min (500 m)

From Central Business District using public means:
1. Walk to Odeon - 3 minutes
2. Board matatu number 11B - after about 12 stops
3. Alight at UNEP then walk down the road to your right (about 900m)

From Ngara bus terminus:
1. Board matatu number 11B to Ruaka
2. Alight at UNEP then walk down the road to your right (about 900m)