The Institute in East Africa
The East Africa branch was registered as ICS Kenya on 31st of
May 2007. The branch was later granted mandate by The Institute
over 10 East African countries and renamed Institute of Chartered
Shipbrokers East Africa.
Prior to its registration, the branch was run by members of the
Executive Committee on a voluntary basis, but upon its
registration, a secretariat coordinator was hired on temporary
basis to run the day to day activities of the branch. However, the
secretariat coordinator relocated from Mombasa and the EC saw the
need to engage a member of staff to serve on full time basis.
Subsequently, a Programme Officer was employed and a branch
secretariat office set up.
The Branch premises were officially opened in October 2016.
Branch chairman Robert Watene FICS cutting ribbon to mark
the official opening of the new secretariat office on 29th October
2016. From left to right, Mansoor Mohamed - Branch Memberships
committee chairman, David Oruya - Branch Research / Development
committee chairman and Aboud Jamal - Branch Vice chairman.
To read all about the official opening of the new Institute
East Africa Branch offices on 29th of October 2016
Areas of jurisdiction:
In East Africa the Institute branch primarily comprises fellows,
members, retired and affiliate members living in Kenya, Uganda,
Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia,
Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Sudan.
East Africa Branch
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
Aspects Centre, 1st Floor
Off Archbishop Makarios Road,
Opposite Bake N' Bite Bakery
Ganjoni, Mombasa - Kenya.
Mobile: +254 721 790168