National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK)

The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) is a fellowship of protestant churches and Christian organisations registered in Kenya, founded in 1913. It works towards promoting fellowship and ecumenism, nurturing a common understanding of the Christian faith and mission, building the capacities of the membership, enhancing the creation of a just and sustainable society and upholding its corporate health, identity, heritage and sustainability

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Flood protection urgently needed in Kakuma camp

Flood protection urgently needed in Kakuma camp

Apr 08, 2014

8 April, 2014 - The rainy season threatens to make life a misery for Kakuma camp extension residents, refugees from the conflict in South Sudan

The majority are children

The majority are children

Feb 12, 2014

12 February 2014 - ACT's National Council of Churches of Kenya is working tirelessly to expand the Kakuma refugee camp ready for new arrivals from South Sudan, most of which are under 18 years

Humanitarian response must strengthen communities for long term, says ACT general secretary

Humanitarian response must strengthen communities for long term, says ACT general secretary

Feb 29, 2012

John Nduna emphasises the importance of building resilience when responding to emergencies

Horn: rain for some, hunger for most

Horn: rain for some, hunger for most

Nov 04, 2011

Parched land is becoming arable for some people in the Horn of Africa but many others still wait with hope

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  • Founded in 1913
  • Based in Nairobi, Kenya

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