To enhance her grassroots reach, the Council has devolved her structures to regions and counties under the County Coordinating Committee (CCC). This structure (CCC) comprises the member churches and organizations. The Council has thus divided the country into nine regions comprising five or six counties which serve as the primary theater of activity.

 

The nine regions are:

 

No

Region

Counties

1

Central

Embu

Kirinyaga

Laikipia

Murang’a

Nyandarua

Nyeri

2

Coast

Kilifi

Kwale

Lamu

Mombasa

Taita Taveta

Tana River

3

Lower Eastern

Kajiado

Kitui

Machakos

Makueni

4

Nairobi

Kiambu

Nairobi City

 

Nairobi Sub-County

Garissa

Mandera

Wajir

5

North Rift

Elgeyo / Marakwet

Nandi

Trans Nzoia

Turkana

Uasin Gishu

West Pokot

6

Nyanza

Homabay

Kisii

Kisumu

Migori

Nyamira

Siaya

7

South Rift

Baringo

Bomet

Kericho

Nakuru

Narok

Samburu

8

Upper Eastern

Isiolo

Marsabit

Meru

Tharaka Nithi

9

Western

Bungoma

Busia

Kakamega

Vihiga

 

 The figure below maps the regions and counties:

 

 

 

 

Governance Organs of the Regions

 

To effect the regional structure, the following governance organs have been established:

 

i.       Regional Conference

         This brings together representatives of member Churches and organizations within the Region. It meets once every three years in between the Council's General Assemblies.

 

ii.       Regional Committee

         This is the executive arm of the Regional Conference, and meets twice a year. It is responsible to the Regional Conference, and works closely with the Council staff at the Regional office.

 

iii.      County Coordinating Committee

         These are set up to facilitate the work of the Regional Committees at the County Level. They are answerable to the Regional Committee.

 

NOTE: Regions do not have legal autonomy separate from the Council, and their decisions must be in accord with the decisions of the Council's national governing organs as well as the Council's corporate Vision, Mission, Values and Plans.