Inter-Religious Council of Kenya Mararo Avenue off Gitanga Road
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To promote tolerance and understanding among faith communities in Kenya through mobilizing joint actions for social economic development.
Faith communities living in peace; united in socio-economic action.
In our programming, we embrace new ideas in provision of solutions to the communities we serve.
In our diversity in religious beliefs, we show willingness to accept and permit religious beliefs and practices, which disagree with one’s own.
We share in the suffering of the poor, have a desire to alleviate or reduce such suffering and show special kindness to those in need.
We generally recognise and accept the assignments given to us, as we shepherd and safeguard them through sound resource management.
We do not support, are not controlled by, nor affiliated with any political parties.
Steering Board – The Steering Board (SB) comprises of the Chairs and General Secretaries or their equivalents of the nine Religious Coordinating Bodies (RCBs). It is the top governance organ with eighteen (18) people, two from each of the nine (9) RCBs, who are top leaders and they hold this position until they cease to be leaders in their RCBs.
Executive Committee – This is the second in line in the governance structure and enjoys membership of the general secretaries from the main RCBs. The EC is the management organ of the organization and exercises the management and oversight control of the organization, its staff and assets