25th November 2011 – a cold freezing rainy Friday morning. Despite the dull weather, the bright smiling faces of the staff at the Organization of African Instituted Churches (OAIC) who were up early site analyzer tool and eager for the dedication ceremony of a completed house to an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) at Mai Mahiu […]

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Nigeria has recently made international headlines for various reasons and especially the terrorist attacks by a Militia group calling itself Boko Haram. The General Secretary of OAIC Nicta Lubaale recently visited Nigeria for a regional meeting and states that the various OAIC member churches in that country are doing well and striving to improve its […]

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Botswana is one of the countries in the Southern Africa region that OAIC’s presence is felt. Archbishop Joseph Moatshe from St. Elinah Apostolic Church in Botswana was in Kenya recently and says that the African Independent Churches (AIC’s) in Botswana are doing well. The Archbishop, who has been the head of the OAIC in his […]

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The 25th and 26th October marked two great milestones in the calendar of the Organisation of African Instituted Churches. In view of ensuring that the fight against poverty and repression become an everyday occurrence, OAIC held an anti-poverty seminar and worship service on the 25th and 26th respectively. Member churches of the OAIC from 17 […]

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“Politician, human rights activist, either way she was a sweet friend. The way the world felt the pain sharply .She attained what we should all be striving to achieve,” those were the words web analyzer tool of Most Reverend Peter Kairo, the Archbishop of Nyeri. October 14th saw hundreds of congregants gather at the Holy […]

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“We shall work consistently to transform governance for effective public delivery”   What are faith communities to do in the face of the seemingly insurmountable challenge of providing critical public services to majority of Africa’s residents? (see Public Services leave Nairobi’s Poor Poorer).  The Organization of African Instituted Churches OAIC has thrown up this question as […]

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Imagine: 60% of Nairobi’s 3 million residents live in informal or unplanned settlements, often derogatorily referred to as slums, even in official government literature. In almost all situations, the informal settlements are completely devoid of public services. This scenario is replicated in nearly all major Kenyan towns such as Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru , Eldoret, and […]

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“It is amazing what can be accomplished when the right information is given to the right people.” These were the remarks of Pst. Vincent Obulengo, Chairman of OAIC East Africa Region, after visiting and working with the Farmers Friends Foundation in Kaberamaido, North Eastern Uganda. The training that the group’s 15 members received from OAIC […]

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