Our Mission

Our Mission

 

To transform lives through ecumenism, capacity building, advocacy and service delivery.

 

Our Vision2

Our Vision

One Church; United in Faith and Mission Witnessing to Jesus Christ and Transforming Lives.

Our Values2

Our Values

In pursuing its Christian calling, the Council shall uphold:

  • Integrity through accountability and transparency;
  • Stewardship through sound resource management;
  • Professionalism through competence and efficiency;
  • Partnership by collaborating with others;
  • Servant-hood through fair and humble service.
Mission & Vision

Thirty-two out of 37 students who were sponsored by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK)   are assured of securing a chance in Kenya’s public universities after they posted impressive results in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams.

Ten candidates out of the 32 who qualify for direct admission, scored A- and above with the remaining 22 scoring B minus  and above. The remaining 4 candidates who got between C plus and C minus, will most likely join other institutions of higher learning. However the overall performance dropped compared to the   results posted by class of 2014, that saw 49 out of a list of 51 sponsored candidates score B plus and above.

Speaking to Jumuia news, the beneficiaries were all praise for the sponsorship program,that has been implemented for over 15 years now.

“I would not have cleared school without the sponsorship of NCCK! I intend to pursue architecture at the University of Nairobi,” said an elated David Ndung’u, a  former student of Ituru Boys High School who scored an A minus.

Jumuia news caught up with Lucy Wangeci-Ndung’u’s  mother- who was equally excited for the sponsorship programme.

The mood was the same in South Rift, when we caught up with Gideon Kiprop and his mother Annah Sigei. Kiprop secured a straight A and would like to pursue medicine at the University of Nairobi. He acknowledged the role played by the Council in transforming lives, advising  this year’s candidates to always work hard to enable them succeed.  “I want to thank NCCK for the programme that really assisted me. I used to wake up early in the morning, run to refresh before settling down to study. I advise those sitting national exams this year to work hard and read widely,” he offered.

On her part, Kiprop’s mother said: “Glory be to God. We thank NCCK for holding our hand and walking with us. This is a good start in our family, because Kiprop is my 1st born son,” she remarked.

Elsewhere in Nyanza, Lenah Moraa Otaro’s  guardian Willis Juma, shared the girl’s joy with Jumuia news and hinted  that the former candidate of Loreto High School, Limuru would most likely pursue medicine. “Otaro will be a product of Kenya. She missed only 2 points short of a straight A. She has told me that she would like to join the University of Nairobi to pursue medicine or engineering,” said Ogembo.

On his part Willis Juma who is a guardian to another beneficiary said: “Lavenda Atieno tried. She is an orphan and we praise God for the results. We hope that having scored an A minus she will get a better course. I thank NCCK because this is the second child of mine to be sponsored under the programme. The first one is now completing his degree in economics at the University of Nairobi.”

In Mombasa, prayers and hard work, were the secret weapons of Hope Mwazuna who scored B  plus. Her father Moses Mwazuna told Jumuia news that the former student of Bura Girls had brought glory to his family. “She has performed  extremely well. Last year was very difficult but we thank NCCK for extending a hand to us,” said Mwazuna who was on his way to Nairobi.

 

The NCCK management hailed the students for their performance, saying they did their best under the circumstances.

Speaking soon after she received the results, NCCK’s Senior Programs Officer for Capacity Building for Membership Grace Muthungu, said that the Council will continue accompanying the students to ensure they secure loans for their higher education. She said: “The students have a bright future and we will accompany them where we can to help them secure loans with the Higher Education Loans Board. I also wish to thank all the regional staff for their input and coordination.”

Over 8,000 students  have directly  benefited from the sponsorship program, since the program was revamped in 2000.

 See the table below that captures individual performance.

 

NAME OF  CANDIDATE          SCHOOL                                                           MEAN GRADE  
Gideon Kiprop Litein High School Kericho A
Kelvin Wanjohi Nanyuki High School A-
Danson Nyamu Kagumo High School A-
Simon Njuguna Wanjira Ndururumo High School A-
Priscilla Mkambe Nzaka Mary Hill High School A-
David Ndung'u Mwangi Ituru Boys High School A-
Alvin Otundo Agaromba Menengai High School A-
Sheila M. Akhalagwa Limuru Girls  High School A-
Lavenda Otieno Osewe  St. Mary's Lwak Girls School A-
Lenah Moraa Otaro Loreto High School Limuru A-
Hope Mwazuna Bura Girls School B+
Valentine Wali Murray Girls High School B+
Fred Ochola Were Lenana  School Nairobi B+
Victor Mudeyizi Cheptil Secondary School B+
Morris Wambua Kalulini Boys B+
Berlin Muriithi Mukuuni High School B+
Gulliver  Kimosop Chemjor Nairobi School B+
Samuel Ng'ang'a Kienje St. Francis  Suerwa B+
Ian Omondi Makueni Boys School B+
Allan Olila Oduor Nakuru High School B+
Annerose Wanjiru Mugo Chinga Girls High School B
George Muthoka Macharia Dr. Babla Secondary School B
Edna Chizi Vyagu Mama Ngina Girls High School B
Lucy Kabuga Nyawira Mary Hill High School B
Diana Mweke Precious Blood Kilungu B
David Magorwe Mwinja Njiiri School B
Timothy Mwiti Miathene Boys High School B
Charles Lubeka Anami   B
Felix Odhiambo Omondi Kisumu Boys High School B
Migan Nyakio Ngoci Ngiriambu Girls Secondary School B-
James Ngunjiri Mwangi Marua Mixed Day Secondary School B-
Dennis Kiprotich Longisa Boys High School B-
Wilson Mutinda Mutugi Maranda High School C+
Elisha Tawa Istiqama Academy C
Jackline Mwikali Makueni Girls School C
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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  • Address: 3rd Fr, Jumuia Place, Lenana road, Nairobi
  • Address: P. O. Box 45009 - 00100, Nairobi
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