Environmental Governance Perspective on the China Africa Relationship

There has been a high degree of dominance by various Chinese actors in many sectors of African economies lately, and it has been observed that China’s relationship with Africa is multidimensional. Some Chinese experts have pointed out that many African governments seek Chinese assistance through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to bridge the continent’s… Continue reading Environmental Governance Perspective on the China Africa Relationship

Religious Leaders’ Role in Election Preparedness in Kenya

With less than four months to the August 2022 General Election, politics in Kenya is at its fever pitch. While competitive elections are a symbol of democracy, Kenya’s elections have always been a flashpoint for conflict and violence. The country’s post-independence history is replete with recurring episodes of election-related violence in which thousands of people… Continue reading Religious Leaders’ Role in Election Preparedness in Kenya

Religious Leaders Lead Political Parties, CSOs and Security Agencies in Signing Of a Peace Accord in Nakuru County

As the country battles to regain a sense of normality from the effects of the pandemic, it is faced with social, economic and political issues particularly as the 2022 General Election approaches. It is the divine mandate of faith leaders to protect the sanctity of life thus calling out for fair, free elections, peace and… Continue reading Religious Leaders Lead Political Parties, CSOs and Security Agencies in Signing Of a Peace Accord in Nakuru County

Faith Leaders Sign a Declaration to Fight Modern Slavery

Pope Francis defined modern slavery as a crime in 2013 with these words – when people "…are treated as objects, deceived, assaulted, often sold many times for different purposes and, in the end, killed or, in any case, physically and mentally harmed, ending up discarded and abandoned". Pope Francis Modern slavery is an umbrella term,… Continue reading Faith Leaders Sign a Declaration to Fight Modern Slavery

Religious Leaders address the Symbiotic Relationship between Politics and Corruption

"It is true that we are headed into an electioneering period and we as Religious Leaders on most occasions are misused. We invite politicians to our places of worship, others we sanctify them and the trend goes on," Rev Fr Joseph Mutie, Chair Inter-Religious Council of Kenya. This symbiotic relationship between politics and corruption impedes… Continue reading Religious Leaders address the Symbiotic Relationship between Politics and Corruption

The Role of Religious Leaders in Fight Aganist Corruption

Corruption remains a serious threat to the successful implementation and achievement of development agendas of both the National and County Governments. Resources set aside for service delivery continually are misappropriated and outrightly stolen, to the detriment of the public. Corruption in Kenya has had serious implications on the country’s development and debt sustainability initiatives with… Continue reading The Role of Religious Leaders in Fight Aganist Corruption

Taking Children Back to School; Religious Leaders Interventions in Kenya

Education is a basic right, every child is entitled to enjoy this right but according to a new baseline survey by the Kenyan Government, UNICEF and the National Council for Nomadic Education in Kenya (Naconek), children between 6, and seventeen years cannot be accounted for when it comes to them being in school. The most… Continue reading Taking Children Back to School; Religious Leaders Interventions in Kenya