Jambo na karibuni in Swahili this means “Hello” and “Welcome”. These are the two most widely used words on the African Continent and their daily repetition is a sign of goodwill, fun and fellowship that the region is famous for.
The Kenya Society of Endoscopic Specialities (KESES), in conjunction with the International Society of rd Gynecological Endoscopy (ISGE), takes pride in welcoming you all to the 3 ISGE African rd th Conference to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, from the 23 to 26 August, 2015.
We will provide you an excellent forum for Scientific discussions, soak you up in entertainment and also give you a chance to enjoy the beautiful holiday facilities that Kenya offers. We, as the local Organizing Committee, will toil endlessly to put together an event that you will without any doubt remember for a long time. We will ensure that you all go back with fond memories, not only of the Scientific content, but also of our hospitality, the people you meet and the places you will see.
We will make every effort to attend to all your needs, so from the time we say “Jambo” to the time we say “Kwaheri”, you will be at home in our midst.
We do pride ourselves as people who care, so all aspects of your visit to Kenya will be very carefully planned to the minutest detail, with your comfort and well-being always at the forefront of our minds.
We encourage you to take time off and visit our lovely game parks, restaurants, marine parks and all the joys Kenya offers.
Our exceedingly warm hospitality will in no uncertainty be a first for you all and we look forward to welcoming all the wonderful people in the ISGE fraternity.
So come to Kenya, let us all “Roar with Fun from Funrise to Funset”, at the same time deliberate and share our experiences at a magnificent Scientific program.