Introduction

Over the years, the Council has, either singly or in partnership with other like-minded groups, facilitated the establishment of a number of organizations and institutions involved in specialized forms of ministry and work in Kenya. These are known as Council Subsidiaries. With time, some of these institutions have acquired their own life and become autonomous entities either fully owned by the NCCK or jointly owned by the Council and other founding partners.

Wholly Owned Subsidiaries

Jointly Owned Subsidiaries: