kenya vegfest 2018

Under the auspices of the international vegetarian union, the Kenya Vegetarian Club is honoured to host the 46th IVU Kenya World Vegfest 2018 to be held from November 23rd – 25th in Nairobi, Kenya.

The Kenya Vegetarian Club is a member of the International Vegetarian Union (IVU), a growing global network of independent organizations with the aim of promoting vegetarianism worldwide, founded in 1908 in Dresden, Germany.

The IVU World Vegfest is an annual global event designed as a platform for all vegetarian associations, societies, agencies, academicians, researchers and individuals from all parts of the globe to converge, to share and promote the concept of vegetarianism as a standard for healthy living and sustainability.

About 3000 participants covering international and local guests, government officials and individuals are expected to attend the 46th IVU Kenya World Vegfest 2018 from all corners of the world.


Accommodation in Nairobi


Program Details

Speakers on 1st day 

Speakers on 2nd Day

Fess and bank Details


IVU Meeting of World VegFest Leaders



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 established by Shrivedant Foundation supports the cause of vegetarianism and hopes to increase the number of vegetarians in Kenya. The Club endeavors to

  • Promote human health
  • Protect animal rights
  • Preserve the environment

Vaishali Shah

“The cause of vegetarianism is very dear to my heart and I have decided to devote my life to promoting it thereby saving the environment. We have encroached the forests, depleted the ozone layers, misused, abused and overused natural resources in our desire to lead a life of crass materialism. In our race to reach the top, we have shown scant respect to Mother Nature. We have become economically powerful but morally bankrupt. We must put an end to this madness, come together, conserve our natural resources so that we can leave something for the next generation and above all learn to be more compassionate towards other human beings, animals, plants- in short towards all living forms.”

Promoting plant based diet in Kenya