Prolife Interfaith Kenya

Uniting and walking in one path
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"Our purpose is to economically and socially empower youth and society at large to become self-reliant and responsible members of society, and to make life better for all people in the world irrespective of their race, color, tribe or faith."
Action Areas
Traditions
Christianity
Sub-Traditions
Seventh Day Adventist, Catholic, Protestant
Number of Members
50
Region
Sub-Region
Great Lakes
Location
Kenya
Joined URI Network

Prolife Interfaith Kenya began as a village youth group in a rural area in western Kenya with only 20 members in 2008, just after the post-election violence. Members wanted to help themselves, as youth, and wanted to help other less fortunate people of the community like the poor, the orphans, and the families most affected by the violence. Members did so by uniting themselves, notwithstanding their faiths, which were initially dividing them. Members help support one another and their communities by pooling money for livestock and seedlings, and, after breeding and cultivating them, returning a portion of offspring and proceeds back to the group for reinvestment.

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PROLIFE INTERFAITH KENYA CC LAUNCHES A COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANISATION AS A POWERFUL TOOL IN COMBATING POVERTY.

Today at Mbale town in Vihiga County,Western Kenya,Prolife Interfaith Kenya CC which is growing very fast saw the launch of its Community-Based Organisation (C.B.O) whose main aim shall be to fight corruption and poverty in the society.

"Along this line, this shall help put all faiths in the communities of Vihiga County together and hence establishing solid peace and co-existence",said its Deputy Director Mrs Moreen Avoga.Mrs Avoga is the CC's newly elected Deputy Director.The immediate former Mr Onesmus Keverenge is now the CC's Executive Secretary.

The new CBO is known as:Maisha Kenya CBO.