Kenyans have been encouraged to work hard to ensure that they take charge of the development agenda of the country and not allow themselves to be treated like sacks of potatoes. OAIC’s Secretary General, Reverend Nicta Lubaale speaking during a three day workshop at the Savelberg retreat centre in Nairobi, noted that people have the […]

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Maisha Bora Haki Yako, a programme that seeks to empower the members of the communities to demand for effective service delivery in their various areas of residences has now grown its wings from Nairobi to the various Counties in the country. During a recent workshop at the Savelberg for community mobilisers, various cross- cutting issues […]

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The three successive governments have been blamed for perpetuating land injustices as they have successively promoted unequal land ownership in the country. Land was also at the centre stage of the recent attacks in the Tana River Delta that saw over 50 people killed. Names of several politicians were mentioned as having incited different communities […]

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Ethnicity is one of the tribulations still facing the country even as we are set to celebrate 49 years of self governance. During the ongoing Trainers of Trainers (TOT’s) programme by OAIC’S Just Communities, the enablers as the TOT’s are often referred to, were able to mobilise, engage and do a lot of advocacy in […]

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Sixty percent of the women in Korogocho slums still give birth at home, only close to 30 % of the women in Kenya have attained secondary school education, close to half a million children in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, under the ages  of five will succumb before they are five. The statistics keep staring at […]

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On the last day of the workshop at CORAT, Reverend Phyllis Byrd Ochilo read from the book of: Luke 13:10-13 On a Sabbath, Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues, and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit for eighteen years. She was bent over and could not straighten up […]

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