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Document Statement condemning terror attack in Kenya
The WCC has strongly condemned the terror attack on the campus of Garissa University in North East Kenya in a statement issued from the WCC headquarters in Geneva.
Located in Resources / / WCC general secretary / Statements
Document Statement from Inclusive Development Planning Forum
Statement from Inclusive Development Planning Forum, sponsored by the Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network representing Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs) and churches implementing development programs, held in Nairobi Kenya.
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Document Letter to Kenyan president over Westgate tragedy
Letter to Kenyan president H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta following the massacre that took place at the Westgate Shopping Centre in Nairobi beginning 21 September 2013.
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Document Solidarity and prayers over Westgate tragedy in Kenya
Solidarity message to the WCC member churches in Kenya following the massacre that took place at the Westgate Shopping Centre in Nairobi beginning 21 September 2013.
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Document The Peace of Freedom
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Document Statement on the crisis in Kenya and the churches' response
Located in Resources / / Geneva, 2008 / Report of the Public Issues Committee
Document Prayer for unity by Laura Wachira, Kenya
A prayer for unity written by a young Kenyan woman who was a WCC steward in 2006.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical movement in the 21st century / Youth
Document Statement on Kenya initiatives to overcome violence
The World Council of Churches welcomes the initiative taken by people of faith all across Kenya to continue praying for a peaceful end to the crisis that swept through the country following the violent aftermath of the recent elections.
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Document Statement on post-election violence in Kenya
The people of Kenya and their many friends in countries and in churches around the world are appalled and concerned as the outcome of the recent elections has descended into violence, says WCC general secretary Samuel Kobia.
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Document Statement on the situation in the Horn of Africa
Located in Resources / / WCC Executive Committee / Geneva, March 2007