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CS Defence Amb Dr. Monica Juma, PS. Defence Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed, Chair Parliamentary Committee on Defence Hon. Katoo Ole Metito, Chairperson KSA, Ag DG, CDF Rep and staff of KSA in a group photo at KSA Offices during launch of Strategic Plan 2020-2025.
We have multiple teams of scientists and engineers giving insightful research in space science
Our mission is coordinating, nurturing and developing the Kenyan Space Sector to maximise the utilization of space opportunities. Our 6 major areas of focus include:
Kenyan Scientists use space technology in conjunction with agriculture to discover how to control and ensure healthy crop growth.
Satellites can be used to provide critical information to make predictions such as earthquake, locust migrations etc...
Satellite communication and imagery has been proven to be be an effective method to track security threats.
Television, radio, telephones, internet pick up signals via communication satellites.
Urban developers use Satellite imaging to closely monitor and support decision making for sustainable urban planning.
Satellites generate multiple forms of data for private use and also for the general public.
In line with performance contracting guidelines for the FY 2021/2022, the Kenya Space Agency was today, 23 September 2022, evaluated by Public Service Performance Management and Monitoring Unit. The representatives, Dr. Daniel Muteki and Mr. Odiwuor Dedan; evaluated the Agency on the financial stewardship, service delivery, core mandate, implementation of presidential directives and cross cutting issues.
KSA Space Club visited Juja Preparatory and Senior School in Kiambu County for STEM Outreach programme on 7 Sep 2022
Kenya Space Agency young professionals are among participants in the ongoing Endurosat Space Challenge Bootcamp held in Gela, Bulgaria from 7th August to 9th September 2022.
The Space Sector Stakeholders Forum was held on 24th to 25th February 2021 as an initiative aimed at mapping the state of the indigenous space sector and the actions required to be taken by stakeholders and policymakers. Through the deliberations at this forum, the Agency, in collaboration with stakeholders, defined the space sector needs, capabilities and potential spheres, and charted a path to redefine the Kenyan Space Ecosystem for national development and security, and elevate Kenya to be among lead-nations on matters space.