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Thursday, 24 March, 2016

Creators of Peace team hopes to train 1000 women in Baringo County by the end of 2016 to be creators of peace in their lives and families. This follows the courageous and emotional apology by the Pokot women to the women of the other communities in Baringo County, Kenya, the Creators of Peace (CoP) team made a decision to put its effort and focus in 2016 on Baringo County. In November 2015, the “CoP Baringo Project” was launched in Kabarnet by Peace Ambassador, Mr. Kosgei.

Tuesday, 08 March, 2016

South African newsletter with news on participation of three South Africans at the Nigeria training -cum -retreat hosted by the Africa Coordination Group, Farmers dialog, Kenya launching 'The road back home' an eight - minute film, and Creators of Peace.

Wednesday, 24 February, 2016

Bishop John Chebet of Full Gospel Churches of Kenya gave the opening blessing and encouraged the empowerment of women, both socially and economically. This took place during the three days of Creators Peace Circle with 24 women from Kabartonjo, North of Baringo.

Wednesday, 24 February, 2016

Chemolingot is one of the seven wards found in Tiaty constituency neighboring North Baringo, Kenya. Chemolingot is the Headquarters of East Pokot Sub County and is primarily inhabited by the Pokots. On 23rd November 2015, the Creators of Peace team travelled to Chemolingot for a three-day Peace Circles training for 24 women.

Wednesday, 24 February, 2016

21 women from two conflicting communities took place between 1-3 Dec, 2015Anchor in Mukutani, South Baringo, Kenya. Mukutani is a small village in the far south of Baringo, neighbouring Laikipia and Samburu Counties. Mukutani is the home to two communities, the IIlchamus and the Pokots also been proposed to be the Headquarters of Baringo County under the colonial regime but because of the two communities fighting it was moved to Kabarnet.

Tuesday, 23 February, 2016
Dr Ekuru Aukot

Recently we carried an article by John Bond, which pointed out that Europe – and Britain in particular – has helped create the tragic situations in Africa and the Middle East from which refugees are fleeing to Europe, and Europeans thereby have a responsibility to care for the refugees. One response came from Kenyan constitutional lawyer, Dr Ekuru Aukot.

Monday, 15 February, 2016
Screening of the film by the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission in Nakuru

When the eight-minute film ended, there was complete silence. It lasted for almost as long as the film itself. The youths who had walked two hours to the screening, the church leader, the former administrator of the town, all were moved. It was the launch of The Road Back Home in Eldoret, Kenya on 11 February, 2016. The film depicts the story of Joseph Wainaina, an IDP (Internally Displaced Person), whose home in Eldoret was burnt down, whose uncle was killed, and yet who decided to forgive.

Thursday, 28 January, 2016

For three days the Kenya I care team in Subukia, moderated the workshop where speakers shared and trained on topics such as Relationships, Personal Values, Nutrition, Health Matters, Vocations, Soul Nurture, Family Life, Life Skills, and Social Responsibility, with exercises that helped participants to gain skills to reflect on in their personal lives.

Friday, 22 January, 2016
Caux Mountain House

Watch our new video on Caux and learn more about the 2016 Caux conferences!

Thursday, 21 January, 2016
Volunteers Ceremony

We are pleased to announce that applications for Interns and Volunteers of the 2016 Caux Conferences are now open!

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