Mohamed Faraj, Economic Support Officer at Netherlands Embassy in Kenya

The Netherlands Embassy in Kenya has unveiled its economic support officer, Mohamed Faraj. At the Embassy, Mohamed is working with the T&I Team. He mainly focused on enhancing the economic relations of the Embassy in different sectors.

The Netherlands Embassy in Kenya recognised his contributions and shared his story through their official social media handle Yesterday, November 3, 2023.

While sharing his story, the Economic Support Officer, Mohamed Faraj, flashed light on several aspects of his work. He shares how his profession aligns well with his passion for Economic Development and sustainability.

He also shared about his work at the Embassy and shared his vision of looking forward to making a positive impact on society.

READ HERE MORE: To know what Mohamet Faraj reveals about his experience

I’m thrilled to share that I have taken on the role of Economic Support Officer at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Nairobi, Kenya. This new chapter in my career perfectly aligns with my passion for economic development and my love for organizing events.

In my role, I’ll be working with the T&I team on enhancing trade and investment opportunities, particularly in sectors such as Logistics, Health, Agribusiness, Water, and Energy Transition.

It’s a multifaceted position that involves everything from organizing trade missions and events to maintaining a well-structured information system and supporting Dutch enterprises looking to do business in Kenya.

What excites me about this role is the opportunity to be part of the Embassy’s mission to strengthen economic relations, trade, inclusivity, sustainability, and digitalization. The vision of partnering for sustainable solutions resonates with my values, and I look forward to contributing to this endeavour.

Beyond my professional interests, I’m a family person who loves spending quality time with my loved ones. I’m also a passionate traveller, always seeking new experiences and perspectives.

I’m genuinely looking forward to this journey at the Embassy, working in a challenging, international environment and making a positive impact. The Netherlands-Kenya relationship is centred around inclusivity, sustainability, and digitalization, and I’m excited to be a part of this exciting journey.

Gabriel Peters

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