Child Protection Training Commences
March 8, 2022
The NCCK in partnership with World Vision Kenya and the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, has today commenced a three day training on Child Protection for National Government Administration Officers and Religious Leaders.
The goal of this training is to ensure timely detection, reporting and response to Child Protection cases by enhancing the capacities of Chiefs and Religious Leaders.
Just over 70 religious leaders and NGAO are participating in the training. They are being equipped to be trainers, and will be tasked to organize county-level trainings over the next 3 months.
The programme, Child Protection Capacity Development Project for Chiefs, Church Leaders & Other Faith Leaders, aims to contribute to a society that is free from all forms of violence. The programme will leverage on the structures of the three institutions to reach the key stakeholders in the various sub counties to enhance child protection.
The opening ceremony is being livestreamed on
Addressing the Official Opening are Mr Benson Wangalwa, Director People and Culture at World Vision Kenya, Mr Paul Famba OGW, Director Administration at the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, and Rev Canon Chris Kinyanjui, General Secretary of NCCK.