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.
Representativity: – IRCK recognises that a person or group of persons can represent, formally or informally, the concerns of a larger community. Subsidiarity: – IRCK decision-making and implementation process recognises that decisions and actions can be taken at the local and national levels.
Inter-Religious Council of Kenya works with different Religious Coordinating Bodies (RCBs):
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