TRAINING OF INTER FAITH RELIGIOUS LEADERS ON MEDIATION (1744)

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The Inter-Religious Council of Kenya (IRCK) is the national coalition of the main faith communities in Kenya. Established as a Society under the Societies Act, IRCK is purposed on harnessing the spiritual, moral and social resources of faith communities for peaceful coexistence and interreligious harmony in the country and to address social, economic issues affecting Kenyans. Towards strengthening the capacities and competencies of religious leaders to resolve conflicts, IRCK will conduct a three-day Advanced Mediation Training for religious leaders. The training is initiated in order to strengthen the mediation support capacity of the religious leaders especially in this period when we are heading to the 2017 general elections. The specific objectives of the training are; 1. To provide a platform for religious leaders to acquire practical mediation skills that can be applied in mediation scenarios. 2. To build a core team of mediators that can be called upon to respond to situation that require mediation processes. The training workshop will …

MAWLID (5945)

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DHIYAULLAMI 1 YASSIN 2 DUA YASSIN 3 START MAULID 4 MLANGO WA KWANZA 5 QASIDA-YA MUJAMMIL 6 MLANGO WA PILI 7 QASIDA-YA SAYYIDY 8 MLANGO WA TATU 9 QASIDA-QADAMAMALLAH 10 MLANGO WA NNE 11 MAQAM 12 QASIDA -BIBISMILLAHY 13 KALIMA-SH.FADHIL 14 DUAA MAULID+SWALAAH 15 TABARRUK

UNITY IN DIVERSITY (364)

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INTER-RELIGIOUS/INTERCULTURAL COMMUNITY OUTREACH MISSION FEED A STREET CHILD “More than just a meal” I believe in changing the society I live in, I believe in creating a better world. I seek to bring communities together with one aim, feeding the street child in Nairobi. This is going to be the main event, with am objective of having those participating coming together for a dialogue on Interfaith and intercultural integration.

Interfaith Cooperation for peaceful co-existence & Sustainable Development in Africa

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URI Africa to celebrate 2016 World Interfaith harmony Week under the theme of Interfaith Cooperation for peaceful co-existence & Sustainable Development in Africa Dear Colleagues Greetings of peace and blessing from United Religions Initiative –Africa . This is to inform you that on the occasion of the celebration of 2016 World Interfaith Harmony Week, URI Africa is organizing an event under the theme of Interfaith Cooperation for Peaceful co-existence & Sustainable Development in Africa. The event will take place on February 6th 2016 at Desmond Tutu Conference Centre in Nairobi where the office of URI – Africa is based URI Africa is going to organizing this year event in partnership with African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council, African Council of Religious Leaders, All African Conference of Churches, African Media Initiative, National Cohesion and Integration Commission of Kenya and Inter-religious Council of Kenya. I am happy to inform you that the as of this year URI Africa is launching AFRICAN …

Feed A Street Child

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INTERRELIGIOUS/INTERCULTURAL COMMUNITY OUTREACH MISSION FEED A STREET CHILD “More than just a meal” Yesterday I believe my perspective in life changed. I went out seeking to feed a group of strangers with thoughts of thanks giving lingering in my head for more reasons than I can put down on paper. It was a day set aside to feed a street child. As part of my “Do good campaign” through A Common Word Among the Youth, I came across the feed a street child campaign on social media and purposed to make a difference in a child’s life in my own little way. I believe in the power of numbers. I decided to rally up everyone I know to join me in replicating the effects of the feed a street child campaign to impact more than just a child in the streets. I made a different call all together to those I have come to term as an army of change …