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The Kenya Meteorological Society (KMS) was registered in 1987, as a non-profit making professional/scientific society, in a bid to promote the understanding of meteorology and its applications, among other functions, in Kenya and beyond. During its short span of existence, the Society has undertaken its duties with dedication.

The Society is set to attain its goals by facilitating communication of important findings, which contribute towards the advancement of meteorological knowledge to Kenyans and the global community at large. In this regard it is the policy of the Society to encourage research in Meteorology and other related sciences; organize local and international Meteorological workshops, conferences, symposia; introduce public education; and, sensitize the public on the important aspects of Meteorology such as drought, desertification and climate change.

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KMS Successfully holds its 16th AGM

The Society held its 16th Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, 29th March 2016 at the Institute for Meteorological Training and Research (IMTR), Nairobi from 9.30 am. It was an interactive session where members were informed of the society's activities in the year 2015 and this year's projection. Among the key highlights of last year's events were the International Conference which was held from 11th to 13th November in Kisumu, the luncheon held on 28th November at Oleopolos and the IMTR best student award by KMS. In her report, the Chair - Stella Aura, MBS informed members that the Society will conduct a workshop this year and it will also seek to collaborate with Safaricom and other donors in funding the school bag programme. The meeting was concluded by election of officials to the management and Executive committees.

The elections saw most of the officials to the management and executive committees retain their positions with the exception of the treasurer whose position was filled by the vice treasurer. Mr. Reginald Mahonga was elected as the vice treasurer.

Click here to read Chair's report.

A section of members during the 16th KMS Annual General Meeting