By Fiona Imbali In 2016, the fall armyworm  (FAW) scientifically known as (Spodoptera frugiperda) was first discovered in Nigeria. 2 years later it continues to wreak havoc ravaging farms across the East African region. Native to the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the America’s, in its larval stage it feeds on over 80 plant species […]

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By Hans Spitzeck African Instituted Churches (AICs) play a large role in Africa. Almost one in four of the continent’s Christians belongs to them. These churches offer a sense of orientation and a spiritual home to ordinary people. Since their developmental efforts have a wide reach, they can be valuable partners for international-development agencies. African […]

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The Organisation of African Instituted Churches (OAIC) is participating in a continent-wide commemoration of the Africans Rising theme on the 25th May 2017. The African Union has declared 25 May the Africa Day, mainly to reflect on the meaning of liberation from colonialism. OAIC as a Christian network of indigenous churches across Africa is, therefore, […]

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The Organisation of African Instituted Churches (OAIC) has partnered with the Israel Embassy in Kenya to sensitise people and engage communities on the importance of conserving nature through tree planting. Rev. Phyllis Byrd Ochilo, the Director of Just Communities notes that this partnership is part of a larger initiative by OAIC that seeks to plant […]

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