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

6.0 IMPLEMENTATION MATRIX

 

6.1 Programme Interventions

 

THEMATIC AREA

FOCUS AREA

OBJECTIVES

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

IMPACT

BUDGET (KShs)

1.0 LEADERSHIP AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Goal 1.1 Enhanced value based leadership in the church and the community

1.1.1 Value-Based Church and Community Leadership development

Establish a framework within NCCK for identifying and responding to value based issues in leadership

» Framework developed

» Issues documented and shared periodically

» Transformative and ethical leadership demonstrated by leaders in church and community

110,000,000

Promote value based leadership in the society

» Increased capacity of church leaders

» No. of church leaders exhibiting value based leadership

1.1.2 Youth Leadership development

Promote structured internship programmes

» No of youths who have gained confidence in their leadership skills / abilities

» No of youths demonstrating leadership skills in the church and community

» Empowered, self-reliant youth with market oriented leadership and vocational skills and competencies

Promote uptake of vocational training for out-of-school youth

» Change of attitude among the community leaders towards vocational training

» No. of youths enrolled in vocational training

» No of functional vocational training institutions

Goal 1.2 Christians in member churches positively influencing their communities for holistic development

1.2.1 Church and Community Transformation

Enhance capacity of member denominations to embrace CCMP and other community transformation tools for holistic ministry

» No of member churches who have embraced CCMP

» No of individuals transformed as a result of implementing CCMP

» Number of member churches who have embraced other community transformation tools

» No of churches engaging their communities for holistic transformation

» Church and community holistically transformed

80,000,000

Facilitate review of theological training institutions’ curricula on holistic ministry

» Holistic Ministry syllabi and curricula reviewed and documented

Strengthen capacities of ministries, systems and structures within member churches

» No of functional structures and systems established within the member churches

» Quality performance of structures and systems of member churches

» Good governance and accountability within NCCK and member churches and organizations

Strengthen capacities of NCCK structures and systems on governance and management

» No. of NCCK structures and systems that are functional

» Quality performance at NCCK structures and systems

1.2.2 Discipleship

Enhanced capacity of member churches to design and implement discipleship programs

» Holistic discipleship programs established in member churches

» Transformed church ministries anchored on effective biblical discipleship

10,000,000

1.2.3 Family Life Education

Enhance capacity of member churches on biblical principles addressing family life

» Family Life Education curriculum developed and used

» Stable and functional families

» Contribute to improved quality of life in families in the targeted congregations

25,000,000

To enhance the capacity of families within NCCK membership on effective and intentional parenting

» Knowledge on effective parenting and rites of passage increased

» Family Life and Rites of Passage manuals developed and disseminated

» Responsible parents who are able to contribute to character formation of their children

2.0: GOVERNANCE, PEACE AND SECURITY

 

Goal 2.1 Strengthened governance institutions, structures and processes at county and national levels

2.1.1 Ethical Governance and Accountability

Hold National and County governments accountable to their mandate and citizens

» Level of engagement by NCCK structures at County and National levels

» No of governance institutions engaged

» Types of issues addressed

» Level of accountability by governance institutions

» Accountable institutions, structures and processes

» Quality performance and service delivery

50,000,000

 

Enhance civic competence of citizens on ethical governance and accountability

» Increased demand for accountability

» Increased public participation in governance processes

60,000,000

2.1.2 Constitutional and Legislative reforms

Promote public participation in the reform agenda

» Constitution and legislative reforms carried out

» Level of NCCK engagement with governance institutions

» Level of public participation in the reform process

» Better laws for the Country

» Good governance

 

Enhance civic competence of citizens on the reform agenda

 

2.1.3 Democracy and Electoral Processes

Promote credible, free, fair and inclusive electoral processes

» Reduced electoral malpractices

» Increased voter participation in the electoral process

» Transparent electoral processes

» Efficient electoral management

» Increased democratic space in the country

200,000,000

2.1.4 Strengthening Devolution

Strengthen county governance institutions, structures and processes

» NCCK framework on strengthening devolution in place

» Level of member churches engagement on priority issues

» Number of county institutions and processes engaged

» Types / number of issues addressed

» Level of community engagement with county institutions and processes

» Effective service delivery

70,000,000

2.1.5 Gender Justice

Contribute to gender equality and empowerment of women and girls

» % increase in women political participation

» Level of NCCK engagement with duty bearers on discriminative policies and laws

» Level of implementation of laws dealing with harmful practices and gender based violence enforced

» Level of NCCK engagement with communities on harmful practices and gender based violence

» Reduced gender based violence

» Increased women participation in decision making processes

50,000,000

Goal 2.2 Enhanced security, peaceful coexistence and national cohesion

2.2.1 National Cohesion and security sector reforms

Strengthen community and national dialogue platforms for healing and reconciliation

» No of functional dialogue platforms established / supported

» No of actors / networks engaged in the dialogue processes

» Percentage of Dialogue issues implemented

» Peaceful co-existence, safety and unity in the Country

35,000,000

Strengthen national and local level dispute resolution mechanisms and structures

» Early warning and response mechanisms established

» Number of peace stakeholders engaged

» No of cases identified and addressed

» Number of advocacy initiatives on laws, policies and practices undertaken

Strengthen capacity of NCCK structures to influence duty bearers on cohesion, peace and security sector reforms

» No of NCCK structures engaging duty bearers

» No of issues addressed with duty bearers

» Analysis of issues on cohesion, peace and security disseminated to various stakeholders

2.2.2 Countering Violent Extremism

Facilitate national and local engagements in the prevention of violent extremism

» No. of member churches engaged in the prevention of violent extremism

» No. of cases of violent extremism addressed

» No. of initiatives to counter violent extremism

» Reduced incidents of violent extremism at national and community levels

100,000,000

Enhance support for rehabilitation and re-integration of returnees of violent extremism

» No of rehabilitation and re-integration initiatives supported

3.0: CLIMATE CHANGE, FOOD SECURITY AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

 

Goal 3.1 Improved community resilience towards negative impacts of climate change

3.1.1 Climate Change Governance

Enhance the capacity of communities on Climate Change resource governance and County planning and budgeting processes

» Number of community Resource Maps Developed

» Number of memos submitted by communities to county governments

» Number of organized community groups undertaking community resource mapping

» Improved accountability and climate change governance

» Livelihood diversification

» Increased number of Climate Change Resilient livelihoods

200,000,000

Enhance the capacity of County Governments to mainstream climate change adaptation and mitigation in County Plans

Number of plans that are mainstreamed

Strengthen Inter-County coordination on Climate Change and resource governance

» Number of MOUs for inter-country engagement developed and adopted

» Number of joint action plans implemented to respond to inter-county resource governance issues

 

3.1.2 Climate Change adaptation and Mitigation

Improve awareness of NCCK structures on Climate Change issues

» Number of NCCK structures engaging in climate change issues

Develop Climate change adaptation and mitigation programs targeting the communities

» Number of climate change adaptation projects developed and implemented

» Number of climate change mitigation projects developed and implemented

Reduce socio-economic losses associated with climate variability and extremes

» % increase in agricultural productivity in target households

» % decrease in livestock losses in the target areas

» % decrease in agricultural losses in the target areas

Reduce the vulnerability of people, livelihoods, physical assets and natural systems to the adverse effects of Climate Change

» Number of ecologically threatened ecosystems restored including indigenous drought tolerant crops varieties

» Number of restored livelihoods

Goal 3.2 Improved sustainability of food systems amongst communities in Kenya

3.2.1 Sustainable Agriculture

Promote increased agricultural production and productivity among small holder farmers in the targeted communities

» Extent to which target households increase their level of agricultural production and productivity per unit area

» Extent to which interventions are profitable, environmentally sound and in line with beneficiary needs

» Proportion of target households that adopt sustainable agricultural practices

» Improved food security

» Self-reliant and thriving communities

» Improved household livelihoods

200,000,000

» Enhance development of agricultural value chains and market access

» Level to which beneficiaries’ participation in markets is strengthened

» Level of diversification of livelihood strategies by target communities

» Proportion of target communities actively engaging in value addition, aggregation, improved postharvest handling and storage and marketing of agricultural commodities

» Influence policies and decision makings processes on food security

» The level of county and national government support to sustainable agriculture projects

» Level of collaboration between community members and businesses, at national and county government levels to address agriculture and food security concerns

» Number of member churches actively engaging county and national government on food security matters

Goal 3.3 Sustainable management and utilization of natural resources

3.3.1 Extractives for sustainable development and peace

Enhance the capacities of local communities to engage duty bearers and stakeholders for meaningful benefits

» Increased community processes targeting duty bearers and right holders

» Increased demand for transparency, accountability and responsibility from extractive companies by communities

» Fair trade in the extractive sector

» Number of value chains in the extractive sector

» Improved quality of lives

» Improved livelihoods

100,000,000

Promote sustainable environmental management in the extractive sector

» No of cases of environmental conservation by respective actors documented

» Increased adoption of sustainable environmental management practices

» Responsible and sustainable exploitation of extractives

3.1.2 Policy and Legislation

Influence the development and implementation of policy, legal and institutional framework

» Number of pro-people policies and laws developed

» No of policies and laws being implemented

» Adherence and compliance to policies

» Sustainable extraction, utilization and management of natural resources

25,000,000

4.0: EDUCATION, HEALTH AND NUTRITION

 

Goal 4.1 Value-based education system that is innovative, transformative and holistic

 

 

4.1.1 Access to, retention and transition in education

Promote access, retention and transition of basic quality education among learners

» No of Students supported with school learning materials

» Number of students accessing scholarship funds

» % of students who have completed and have transited to the next level

» Sponsored students access quality education

30,000,000

4.1.2 Influencing policy and legislation in Education

Influence legal and policy framework that promotes quality value based education

» Types and number of policy and legal proposals made by NCCK

» Level of engagement by NCCK structures

» Number of issues addressed

» Policy on chaplaincy and PPI approved and implemented

» Value based education implemented in Kenya

25,000,000

Enhance the implementation of a Value Based Education Curriculum

» Level and proportion of curriculum implemented

4.1.3 Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Influence legal and policy framework that promotes Competence Based Curriculum in TVET institutions

» TVET policy and legal framework in place

» Number of policy and legal proposals adopted

» Competent and skilled youth for the labour market

» Socio economic empowerment for Kenyan youth

25,000,000

Promote uptake of Technical Training in Kenya

» Number of engagements on TVET

 

Build capacity of Church Owned institutions to deliver quality TVET programs

» TVET curriculum in church owned institutions implemented

» Church owned institutions with qualified TVET instructors

» Competent and skilled youth for the labour market

» Socio economic empowerment for Kenyan youth

4.1.4 Support to management of learning institutions

Strengthened capacity of School Boards of Management to effectively run schools

» Level of involvement of board members in school management

» % of board members with skills on leadership and management

» Number of schools with functional boards

» Enhanced management of schools

15,000,000

Goal 4.2 Improved health and nutrition

4.2.1 Water and Sanitation

Promote access to adequate sanitation and hygiene

» Number of member churches congregations adopting and using community-led WASH approaches

» Number of churches reaching out to their immediate communities on WASH approaches

» Number of community WASH initiatives in place

» Improved hygiene among communities

30,000,000

4.2.2 Community Health

Promote community awareness and education on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH)

» Number of health focal persons with capacities promoting community health

» Number of congregational awareness forums

» Number of churches integrating health awareness in their sermons

» Reduced child mortality

» Improved maternal health care

» Reduced disease burden

» Reduced HIV infections

» Reduced malnutrition

» Improved health governance

45,000,000

Promote prevention and management of HIV, Malaria and Tuberculosis

» Number of people accessing HIV testing services

» Number of people reached with HIV and AIDS, Malaria and tuberculosis care and messages

Monitor unethical policies and practices in health

» Number of unethical policies and practices challenged

Enhance information access on Non Communicable Diseases

» No. of people accessing screening services and early detection of NCDs

» Number of congregations promoting awareness on NCDs

Promote good nutrition

» Level of implementation of NCCK framework on nutrition

» Number of member churches with functioning nutrition interventions

» Number of people reached with nutrition interventions

4.2.3 Orphans, Vulnerable Children and the Elderly

Promote social protection of the Orphans, Vulnerable Children and the Elderly

» Number of households receiving Social Protection Support

» Number of orphans and vulnerable children supported

» Improved protection among Orphans and Vulnerable Children and the Elderly

Goal 4.3 Increased access to quality healthcare and nutrition

4.3.1 Influencing Policy development and implementation for health services

Facilitate review, formulation and implementation of health policy and legislation

» No of religious leaders participating in the County and National Health Committees

» Number of laws and policies reviewed

» Number of policies implemented

» Profile of advocacy issues for engagement

» No of Advocacy issues addressed

» Policy influencing and Budget allocation at National and County level realized

» Functional Service delivery frameworks and mechanisms in place

30,000,000

To monitor budget allocation in health services

» Increase in budget allocation

Domesticate national health policies and legislation to county context

» Number of health policies and laws domesticated through NCCK influence

» Number of counties influenced by NCCK

5.0: MIGRATION, DISPLACEMENT AND HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

 

Goal 5.1 Promote human dignity for displaced persons

5.1.1 Refugee Services Program

Provide lifesaving humanitarian assistance for refugees and asylum seekers

» Number of refugees and asylum seekers with access to life-saving humanitarian assistance

» Number of refugees and asylum seekers’ households demonstrating self-reliance and resilience

» Restored dignity among refugees and asylum seekers

» Resilient and empowered refugees and asylum seekers

885,000,000

Empower refugees and asylum seekers to be self-reliant

5.1.2 Migration and Displacement

Advocate on the rights of displaced persons.

» No. of advocacy initiatives on the rights of displaced persons and of persons on the move.

» No. of issues on the rights of displaced persons addressed.

» Rights of displaced persons and people on the move protected

50,000,000

Strengthen capacities of member churches to respond holistically to needs of displaced persons

» Number of programs designed and implemented to meet the needs of displaced persons

Strengthen the participation of NCCK members in networks and coordination structures on migration and displacement

» Number of platforms, forums and networks created for awareness raising and action on migration and displacement issues

Goal 5.2 Promote human dignity of persons affected by emergencies and disasters

5.2.1 Emergency Response and Relief

Provide timely and relevant humanitarian assistance to individuals and communities affected by emergencies and disasters

» Proportion of affected population accessing timely and relevant humanitarian assistance

» Alleviating human suffering and protecting lives thereby upholding human dignity.

150,000,000

Enhance capacity of member churches to mobilize resources and provide humanitarian assistance during emergencies and disasters

» Member churches develop capacity to be first responders in emergencies

» Proportion of resources for humanitarian assistance mobilized by member churches

» Number of member churches contributing and responding to humanitarian emergencies

» Advocate on the rights of the individuals and communities affected by emergencies and disasters

» No. of advocacy issues on the rights of persons affected by emergencies and disasters

» Protection and respect for the rights of persons affected by emergencies and disasters ensured.

5.2.2 Disaster Risk Reduction

» Strengthen capacities of member churches to implement community-based disaster risk reduction interventions among target communities

» Number of member churches with dedicated capacities for disaster risk reduction

» Quality of member church community-based disaster risk reduction interventions

» Range of disaster risk reduction interventions in place

» Functional disaster risk reduction innovations among member churches

» Resilient communities against disasters

» Human dignity upheld

 

 

6.2 Programme Support Function

 

THEMATIC AREA

FOCUS AREA

OBJECTIVES

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

IMPACT

BUDGET (KShs)

1.0 PROGRAMME INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION OFFICE

 

 

Goal 1.1 NCCK Programme work is well documented and communicated

1.1.1 Documentation of Programme Work

Facilitate the documenting of Programme activities, outputs, outcomes, impact and lessons learnt

» Quality of documentation templates prepared and disseminated

» Quantity of programme activities documented

» Quantity of updates from programme activities disseminated

Programme work fully documented and communicated

50,000,000

Manage production of programme work reports

» Quality of programme work reports produced

» Timeliness of reports produced

1.1.2 Information sharing and learning

Facilitate collation, analysis and sharing of information and feedback on Programme work

» Information sharing platforms established and maintained

» Level of usage of the information sharing platforms

» Quantity and type of material shared on the platforms

Manage preparation of external communication materials from programmes

» Press statements and other public communication materials prepared

» Quality of Council bio-data prepared for celebrations, commemorations and governance meetings

1.1.3 Management of the Information Resource Center

Manage the Information Resource Center

» Number of users accessing the Information Resource Center

» Quantity of records held at the Information Resource Center

» Level of efficiency in transfer of records from user stations to the Resource Center

1.1.4 Well informed Programme Initiatives and Activities

Provide information to support Programme Initiatives and Activities

» Quality of project / activity specific communication strategies developed

» Level of capacity of staff trained on communication, information sharing, resource mobilization and documentation concepts

Support Resource Mobilisation and Fundraising

» Quantity of proposals developed with PICO support

» Quality of information provided during proposal development processes

2.0 RESOURCE MOBILISATION

 

Goal 2.1 Adequately Resourced Council Programmes

2.1.1 Resource mobilization

Facilitate resource mobilization for Council programmes

» Percentage of proposals developed and funded

» Number and quality of proposals developed

» Level of support to programme staff during proposal development

» Quantity of resources mobilized

» Number of partners identified and reached out to

» Quality of relations with partners

» Level of support received from partners

Sustainable programme work

50,000,000

   

Build capacity of staff in resource mobilization

» Percentage of staff supporting resource mobilisation

 

6.3 Strategic Leadership

THEMATIC AREA

FOCUS AREA

OBJECTIVES

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

IMPACT

BUDGET (KShs)

1.0 GENERAL SECRETARY’S OFFICE

 

Goal 1.1 Sustainable, responsive and effectively performing Council

1.1.1 StrategicLeadership and Direction setting

Provide overall leadership and oversight to the secretariat, subsidiaries and governance organs

Provide leadership in the efforts towards attainment of the NCCK’s goals

» Quality outcomes against set goals, objectives and targets in all NCCK Units and subsidiaries

» Corporate achievement of Mission, Vision and Goals of the Council

50,000,000

1.1.2 Effective Management of the Council

Enhance specialized management competencies

» Quality outcomes against set goals, objectives and targets in all NCCK Units and subsidiaries

» Effective use of resources

» Timely and quality outputs

1.1.3 Resource mobilization

To ensure the Council is well resourced both in the short and long term period (Human resources, financial resources, networks)

» An adequate and robust work force

» Monetary security

» Income generating investments

» Continued programme work

» Smooth running programmes and operations of the Council

1.1.4 Communications

To ensure that the Council and all her operations are presented in a timely and correct position

» .Appreciation of the NCCK work by society and partners

» A clear understanding of the Council and her work

» A reputable Council

» Work and output of the Council well communicated and visible

2.0 DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY’S OFFICE

 

Goal 2.1 A strengthened Membership that fulfils their Biblical Mandate

2.1.1 Deputize the General Secretary

Deputize the General Secretary to provide strategic leadership in the articulation and implementation of the Vision and Mission of the Council

» Quality outcomes against set goals, objectives and targets in all NCCK Units and subsidiaries

» Corporate achievement of Mission, Vision and Goals of the Council

30,000,000

2.1.2 Spiritual Formation

Enhanced spiritual growth for Membership and Staff

» Holistic development

» Improved relationships

» Spiritual growth

» A transformed society

Direct, guide, manage, plan, coordinate, and supervise the implementation of NCCK mandate to accomplish key mission priorities

» Quality outcomes against set goals, objectives and targets in all NCCK Units and subsidiaries

» Effective use of resources

» Timely and quality outputs

2.1.3 Provide oversight for NCCK investments

To provide strategic leadership in the articulation and implementation of the Vision and Mission of the Council investments

» Profitable investments

» Self-sustainable Council and her operations

 

6.4 Service Departments

 

DEPARTMENT:

FOCUS AREA

OBJECTIVES

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

IMPACT

BUDGET (KShs)

1.0 FINANCE

 

GOAL 1.1 Faithful stewardship of the Council’s financial and non-financial resources.

1.1.1 Financial planning and budgeting

» Establish a transparent and inclusive planning and budgeting process for all programs and operations

» Approved budgets

» Variance analysis

» Budget processes

» No of stakeholders involved in the planning processes

» Efficient and effective utilization of resources

» Prudent financial decision making

» Advised investment

2,500,000

1.1.2 Management and Accountability of financial and non-financial resources

Promote robust accounting systems, procedures and environment to ensure effective management of resources

» Annual and donor specific audited reports

» Timely and accurate financial Management reports

» Updated accounting system

» Updated asset register

» Assets verification and status reports

7,500,000

1.1.3 Financial risk management, recovery and continuity

Enhance the security procedures and risk mitigation processes to increase safety of NCCK’s financial and non-financial resources

» Accurate Financial ratios

» Adherence to policies, procedures and internal controls

» Financial risk register maintained

» Business continuity

» Financial Policies, procedures and controls in place

» Financial obligations are met

4,500,000

2.0 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

 

Goal 2.1 Recruit, develop and maintain a skilled and competent human resource capital relevant to NCCK work

2.1.1 Human resource, information systems and functions management

Strengthen human resource and information systems management

» Level of adherence to HR policy, strategy and guidelines

» Quality of human resource management information systems and functions at all operational levels

» Extent human resource management information systems and functions are in use

» Competent management of human capital in NCCK

» Reduced personnel turnover

» NCCK enhanced as equal opportunity employer

20,000,000

Improve quality of performance management through the use of functional analysis

» Quality of clarity on performance outcomes at departments, units, job function levels

2.1.2 Recruitment, retention, training and development

Highly competent and relevant personnel identified, hired, compensated and retained at adequate levels

» Quality of recruitment processes and procedures put in place and in use

» Extent of succession plans in place

» Quality of on-job training and development in place

» Evidence on level of staff retention

2.1.3 Quality performance management

Establish a comprehensive quality performance management system for all staff and departments

» Quality of performance management system in place

» Documented profile of benchmarks, indicators and standards in use to monitor and track performance management

» Competent management of human capital in NCCK

» Reduced personnel turnover

NCCK enhanced as equal opportunity employer

2.1.4 Staff safety, security, welfare and wellbeing

Enhance safety, security and well being of the staff

» Extent of staff safety, security, welfare and wellbeing policies, strategies and management plans in place and in use

» Levels of safety, security, welfare and wellbeing among staff realized

» Quality of working environment and conditions

Goal 2.2 Deliver Administrative services efficiently

2.2.1 Operations and Administration

Strengthen operations, administration functions and transport management systems

» Clarity of mandate, functions, roles, and responsibilities of the Operationsand Administrative Unit

» Extent Operationsand Administrative Unit management systems guide procurement, supplies, transport, logistics, stores, inventory, asset safety and security

» Effective delivery of services in NCCK.

 

3,000,000

Strengthen capacities for effective adherence and compliance to prescribed policies and sector regulatory requirements

» Extent Administrative Unit policies, Service Charter and support systems enhance risk management, mitigation, accountable stewardship and management of resources

» Quality in adherence and compliance, competence and practices among staff by Region and department / unit

 

Enhance effective operations and administrative support to regional teams

» Extent Operations and Administrative Unit systems are disseminated per Region and department / unit

» Efficiently running Regional Office Teams

2.2.2 Procurement of supplies, goods and services

Support timely procurement of quality supplies to all NCCK units teams

» Clear support systems in procurement and supplies

 

3.0 LEGAL SERVICES OFFICE

 

Goal 3.1 A Council fulfilling its constitutional and legal mandates

3.1.1 Legal and Technical Support and Advice

Ensure that the Council’s engagements are sound and healthy

» Secured Council Properties

» Secure custody of council documents

Legally secured Council

15,0000,000

3.1.2 Governance Support

Provide legal support in governance meetings

» Informed and advised processes in governance meetings

3.1.3 Legal Representation

Ensure Council protection during litigious cases

» Controlled legal exposures

4.0 RISK AND INTERNAL AUDIT UNIT

 

 

Goal 4.1 A reputable and secure Council

4.1.1 Risk management

Operationalize risk policy and strategy plans in the Council

» Risk policy and strategy developed and in use

» Quality of risk policies, strategy, plans and guidelines in use

» Level of staff competencies in addressing risk

Secured Council and maximum output

15,000,000

Risk assessment, analysis, mitigation, business recovery and business continuity plans implemented for the Council

» Extent in scope of risk management and business recovery and continuity plans

» Efficacy of internal audit management information systems in use

» Extent of clarity on risk threats, vulnerabilities and risk exposure, profiling risk by category and priorities

» Quality of risk management and mitigation, business recovery and business continuity plans

4.12 Policies and regulatory compliance

Informed Audit procedure and corrective action advisories

» Extent to which staff adhere to and comply with internal audit policies, strategies and guidelines

» Quality of internal audit policies, strategies, plans and guidelines in use

» Uniform application of policies

» Coordinated Council activities and industry best practices

Enhanced dissemination and communication of Internal Audit outcomes

» Frequency of internal audit reports to governance, management and staff

» Level of application of recommendation

5.0 PLANNING, MONITORING, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING

 

Goal 5.1 Well planned monitored and communicated outcomes

 

5.1.1 Planning

Ensure effective and efficient planning of Council resources and work

» Extent of clarity on target beneficiary priorities

» Quality of situation and base line analysis data

» Effective use of resources

» Timely and efficient achievement of objectives

» Accountability and learning processes

» Improved documentation of outcomes, lessons best practices and knowledge development

» Quality of guidelines and frameworks in use to facilitate support in program processes

» Quality Outcomes

20,000,000

5.1.2 Monitoring

Ensure effective tracking, gathering, analysis and documentation of evidence, and best practices in outcome-based implementation

» Extent MEAL approaches are used

» Quality of indicators to track and document evidence in implementation

» Extent of competencies in outcome-based documenting and reporting

5.1.3 Accountability, learning and documentation

Ensure learning and knowledge sharing development and dissemination

» Types and scope of defined themes for action, research and learning

» Informed Council

» Number of theme lessons identified in outcome harvesting

» Quality of published outcomes from learning and outcome harvesting

» Established expertise and consulting services to faith community

» Improved visibility

5.1.4 Evaluation and Reporting

Strengthen monitoring, evaluation and reporting

» Quality of documented outcomes

» Quality of work

» Quality of staff competencies in use of evaluation and reporting guides and frameworks

» Improved knowledge sharing

» Documentation of best practices

» Continuous learning

» Informed Programming

6.0 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Goal 6.1 Provide a robust and secure Information Technology infrastructure that supports On-Demand Access to information

6.1.1 Modernized ICT Infrastructure

Deploy a modernized IT infrastructure that enables seamless access to information resources

» Quality of ICT hardware, software and security systems in place

» Level of effectiveness of criteria guiding systems and mechanisms

» Secure and safe NCCK information

5,000,000

Increase efficiency in management of allotment of access rights and security surveillance in all key processes during the development of ICT resources

» No of surveillance procedures carried out.

» No of threats detected and addressed

Promote professional and timely response to service priorities at all Council organs, departments and units

» No of issues addressed

6.1.2 Data Integration and Analytics

Establish state-of-the-art databank information systems, knowledge management and communication

» Quality of ICT hardware, software and security systems in place

2,000,000

Execute effective pre-emptive maintenance of ICT data systems, hardware and software to offset system obsolescence

» Level of competencies for pre-emptive maintenance of ICT data systems, hardware, software

6.1.3 Cybersecurity

Protect the integrity of the Council’s information and IT assets by strengthening its cybersecurity posture

» Types of tools and systems addressing root causes of cyber insecurity, data insecurity, compromised data storage developed

» Level of competencies and practices for intervention and response in place

» Quality of strategic plans addressing root causes of cyber insecurity, data insecurity and compromised data storage

» Secure and safe data online and in ICT system

3,000,000

7.0 COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

 

 

Goal 7.1 A visible and vibrant Council that has effective communication between staff, partners and the public

7.1.1 Communication

Streamline communication channels from all departments to ensure timely and effective communication within NCCK

» No of departments engaged

» Quality of Technical support, frameworks, tools for documenting, reporting and communicating

» Level of clarity in communication guidelines.

» Stronger visibility and positioning of NCCK for its work

20,000,000

Enhance staff participation in collecting, processing and dissemination of information

» Level of clarity in communication guidelines

» No of staff integrated in the communication team.

» Develop and improve existing systems and processes of communications to enable staff to be well informed and involved in decision-making.

» Quality of information disseminated.

» No of staff involved in decision making processes.

» Quality of NCCK documents, reports, communication and publicity materials.

Well documented Council work

» Develop networks internally and externally, which will share good practice, promote effective communications at all levels and build good working relationships

» Quality of Technical support, frameworks, tools for documenting, reporting and communicating.

- Quality of NCCK documents, reports, communication and publicity materials.

 

7.1.2 Public Relations

Increase public understanding and awareness of issues, including enhancing and protecting the reputation of NCCK

» Level of clarity in communication guidelines

» Types of quality parameters on imaging, branding, messaging, targeting and visibility

» Extent of readership, listenership, viewership and followership by communication channel

» Extent of consistency in imaging, branding, messaging, targeting and visibility of NCCK audiences and publics

» Quality of receiving and giving feedback on NCCK imaging, branding, messaging, targeting and visibility

Visibility of the Council work enhanced

TOTAL BUDGET

1,984,500,000


 

We have 107 guests and no members online

Contact Information

  • Address: 3rd Fr, Jumuia Place, Lenana road, Nairobi
  • Address: P. O. Box 45009 - 00100, Nairobi
  • Tel: 254202721249
  • Fax: 25420728748
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Website: http://www.ncck.org