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PROGRAMME MANAGER – Commission for Education and Religious Education

The KCCB – General Secretariat is the National Administrative, facilitative and Coordinative arm through which the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops implements and co-ordinates various Pastoral programs at the National level and undertakes all those responsibilities which express the mission of the Catholic Church in Kenya. It is seeking an outstanding, dynamic and results oriented individual to fill the following key position.

PROGRAMME MANAGER
Commission for Education and Religious Education

1. Overall Purpose of the Job Coordination of specific Commission for Education and Religious Education Programmes and activities on behalf of the National Executive Secretary which may change from time to time.

 

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REF: DISPOSAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES

The following vehicles are up for disposal.

We therefore invite Bids from interested members of the public. Details of the vehicles are as indicated on table below.

 

  1. KBV 854M
Vehicle Registration KBV 854M
Make/Model Nissan Xtrail
Engine No. QR20-633367A
Chasis No. NT30-207492
Engine Capacity 1990 cc
Body Station Wagon
Colour Silver
Year of Manufacture 2006
Mileage 147348 km
Duty Paid

 

2.KBQ 303P

Vehicle Registration KBQ 303P
Make/Model Peugeot 407
Engine No. 10DYTJ4139298
Chassis No. VF36DRHRG21380473
Engine Capacity 1997 cc
Body Saloon
Colour Silver Grey
Year of Manufacture 2005
Mileage 43791 km
Duty Unpaid

Interested bidders can get more information from our Security and Logistics officer (0790487321) during normal working hours to arrange for viewing of the said vehicle at our offices as indicated on the address below.

 

The motor vehicle is sold on “AS IS WHERE IS” basis. Bids with full contact details in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked ‘’Bid for Motor vehicle” should be addressed and delivered to:

The General Secretary

Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops – General Secretariat

Waumini House, Westlands

4th Floor Eastern Wing

P.O. Box 13475 – 00800

Nairobi

 

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TENDERS AND PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR GOODS AND SERVICES FOR THE CALENDAR YEARS 2021/2023

Kenyan Conference of Catholic Bishops – General Secretariat invites applications for Tenders and Pre-qualifications from interested, eligible and competent bidders for supply
of the under listed Goods and Services for the Years 2021/2023 for their offices located in Westlands, Waumini House 4th Floor Eastern Wing

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Advert for PreQualification 2021

 

All the suppliers with whom the institution is currently engaged are also invited to bid.
Pre-qualification Tender documents may be obtained during working hours from KCCB- General Secretariat, WAUMINI HOUSE 4TH FLOOR, Eastern Wing upon production of a
receipt for payment of a non-refundable fee of Kshs. 6,000 per set of documents per category payable by banker’s Cheque addressed to KEC-SPECIAL PROJECTS, after which
the prospective supplier will be issued with the pre-qualification documents from our offices.
Duly completed Pre-qualification documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with the pre-qualification category number and good/service should be addressed to:
THE GENERAL SECRETARY
KENYA CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS – GENERAL SECRETARIAT
WAUMINI HOUSE, WESTLANDS, P.O.BOX 13475 – 00800, NAIROBI
OR
Deposited in the Tender Box situated at the reception 4th floor Eastern Wing, so as to be received on or before 10.00am on 7th May 2021.
The submitted pre-qualification documents shall be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of bidders or their representatives who may wish to attend.
The GENERAL SECRETARIAT reserves the right to accept or reject any application either in part or in whole without assigning reasons thereof.

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REF: DISPOSAL OF MOTOR VEHICLE – KBV 854M

The Central procurement and Disposal Committee approved the disposal of the above indicated vehicle in line with our Assets Disposal Policy. We therefore invite Bids for the same from interested members of the public. Details of the vehicle are as indicated on table below.

 

Vehicle Registration KBV 854M
Make/Model Nissan Xtrail
Engine No. QR20-633367A
Chasis No. NT30-207492
Engine Capacity 1990 cc
Body Station Wagon
Colour Silver
Year of Manufacture 2006
Mileage 147348 km

 

Interested bidders can get more information from our Security and Logistics officer (0790487321) during normal working hours to arrange for viewing of the said vehicle at our offices as indicated on the address below.

 

The motor vehicle is sold on “AS IS WHERE IS” basis. Bids with full contact details in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked ‘’Bid for Motor vehicle” should be addressed and delivered to:

The General Secretary

Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops – General Secretariat

Waumini House, Westlands

4th Floor Eastern Wing

P.O. Box 13475 – 00800

Nairobi

 

So as to be received on or before 10.00am on 28th April 2021.

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Job Vacancy

The KCCB – General Secretariat is the national administrative, facilitative and coordinative arm through which the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops implement and co-ordinates various Pastoral programs at the national level and undertake all those responsibilities which express the mission of the Catholic Church in Kenya.

It is seeking outstanding, dynamic and results oriented individuals to fill the following key positions:-
I) HEAD OF HUMAN RESOURCES
II) LEGAL & CIVIL AFFAIRS OFFICER
III) RESOURCE MOBILIZATION OFFICER

 

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KCCB Adverts 2020 11

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INVITATION TO BID FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A SCHEME OF SERVICE (Ad Hoc Commission for AIDSRelief)

The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), through the Ad Hoc Commission for AIDS Relief, is the prime recipient of the grant entitled “Supporting the Implementation and Expansion of High Quality, Sustainable and Comprehensive HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment Programs in Faith-Based Facilities in the Republic of Kenya under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)”. This is implemented through Ad Hoc Commission for AIDSRelief in 57 health facilities spread across 9 Counties in Western Kenya.

 

KCCB is also a prime recipient of a grant entitled KOMESHA TB, a grant awarded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID).  This is a 5-years grant implemented under the Ad Hoc Commission for AIDSRelief (KARP) to eliminate occurrence of Tuber-Culosis in Western Kenya using the community, church platforms and offering treatment within the Faith Based and MOH health facilities.

 

The KCCB Ad Hoc Commission for AIDS Relief – offices are located, Jaliyan Court, Milimani Road in Kisumu. Total number of staff – 62

 

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FINAL Invitation Bid for Development of Scheme of Service 2020

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Rt. Rev. Dominic Kimengich Bishop of Eldoret Diocese

POPE FRANCIS APPOINTS RT. REV. DOMINIC KIMENGICH BISHOP OF ELDORET

By National Communications Network News Team

Pope Francis has appointed Rt. Rev. Dominic Kimengich Bishop of Eldoret Diocese. Rt. Rev. Kimengich is currently the Bishop of Lodwar.

The Diocese of Eldoret fell vacant on 30th, October 2017, following the passing on of Rt. Rev. Cornelius Korir. Consequently, the Holy Father appointed the Bishop of Kitale, Rt. Rev. Maurice Crowley, as the Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese.

The news of the appointment of Bishop Kimengich was officially made public in Rome on Saturday, 16th, November, 2019 at noon. The letter of his appointment was sent to the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) by the Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya, His Excellency Archbishop Bert van Megen.

Born on 23rd, April 1961, Bishop Kimengich was ordained as a priest of Nakuru Diocese on 14th, September 1986. He was appointed as an Auxiliary Bishop of Lodwar and Titular Bishop of Tanaramusa on 20th, March, 2010. Bishop Kimengich was ordained Titular Bishop of Tanaramusa on 22nd, May, 2010, and appointed Bishop of Lodwar on 5th, March, 2011.

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RT. REV. ALFRED ROTICH AS BISHOP OF KERICHO

POPE FRANCIS APPOINTS RT. REV. ALFRED ROTICH AS BISHOP OF KERICHO

The Holy Father Pope Francis has appointed Rt. Rev. Alfred Kipkoech Rotich as the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Kericho.

The news of the appointment of Bishop Rotich was officially made public in Rome on Saturday, 14th December, 2019 at Noon. The letter of his appointment was sent to the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) by the Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya, His Excellency Archbishop Bert Van Megen.

Bishop Rotich will replace the current Bishop of Kericho, Rt. Rev. Emmanuel Okombo, who has retired having reached 75 years, the official retirement age for bishops.

Bishop Rotich is currently the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinariate from where he resigned on 30th December, 2016 upon attaining the retirement age of 55 years as required in the military service.

Bishop Rotich was born on 27th July, 1957 at Tegat Village, Longisa in present day Bomet County. He joined St. Augustine Major Seminary, Mabanga, from 1977 – 1979 for his philosophy training before joining St. Thomas Aquinas Major Seminary, Langata, from 1979 – 1983 for Theology training.

He was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Nakuru on 18th November, 1983 by the Archbishop Emeritus of Nairobi (then Bishop of Nakuru), Most Rev. Ndingi Mwana a’ Nzeki.

On 9th March, 1996, he was appointed as Auxilliary Bishop of Nairobi and on the same date, he was appointed as Titular Bishop of Iulium Carnicum. He was ordained as Titular Bishop of Iulium Carnicum on 3rd July 1996 by then Archbishop of Nairobi, His Eminence Maurice Michael Cardinal Otunga.

On 29th August 1997, he was appointed Bishop of the Military Ordinariate and installed on 1st November, 1997.

He was the first full-time bishop of the Military Ordinariate. He served as Military Chaplain. He rose through the ranks to become Captain from 1989 to 1993, a Major from 1994 to 1996, and further rose to become colonel, the highest rank that a religious person can rise in the military.
Bishop Rotich has been living in Nairobi since his resignation and has been very active in the pastoral ministry of the Church, holding various positions at KCCB.

He has served as Bishop Chairman of Caritas Kenya and the Social Communications Commissions. He is currently the Bishop Chairman of the Commission for Ecumenism, Vice Chairman of the Commission for Inter-Religious Dialogue and also Vice Chairman of the Family Life National Office. He is a Bishop Member of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission and the Mainstream Church Leader’s Forum.

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KCCB 2019 PRESS STATEMENT ON THE 14 RIVERSIDE DRIVE TERROR ATTACK

17th  January 2019

 

MESSAGE OF HOPE AND SOLIDARITY WITH VICTIMS OF THE DUSITD2 HOTEL ON THE 14 RIVERSIDE DRIVE TERROR ATTACK ON 15TH JANUARY 2019

 

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God” (Mt. 5: 4-9).

We, the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, offer our sincere consolation and condolences to families who have lost their loved ones following the terror attack at DusitD2 Hotel located at the 14 Riverside Drive in Nairobi. We wish those wounded and those traumatized by the horrible experience quick recovery. We continue to pray for you all.

We commend our National Police Service and all security agencies for their effective response, tireless efforts to ensure safety of the affected persons in the DusitD2 Hotel incident and quick restoration of order. We pray that the almighty God protects and gives them strength to soldier on with dedication in providing the much needed service for a safe and secure Kenya.

We recognise with great encouragement the efforts and quick responses of volunteers and health care workers in providing first aid and urgent medical attention to save lives of the affected persons. We also applaud Citizens for embracing the spirit of patriotism by spreading messages of hope on social media and for the overwhelming response to calls for blood donations.

As the Catholic Church, we appreciate our local parishes located near the scene of the incident, namely Holy Trinity-Kileleshwa, St. Austin and Consolata Shrine, who mobilized Christians to provide food, soft drinks and water to the rescue teams.

As Bishops, we are saddened that young men and women have reached a point of believing that killing innocent people is a good thing! This culture of death, which is misguided by the lure of money and false sense of heroism is a challenge to us all and must be collectively confronted. We stand in support of any necessary initiatives by the security agencies and all other stakeholders in the security sector, that will help defeat this self-killing ideology. The perpetrators, their facilitators and sympathizers must not be given any chance to kill innocent people.  On our part as citizens committed to peace and respect to human life, we must be ready to support security agencies by offering any information that can help them identify, disrupt and apprehend suspects before they carry out their evil plans.

Aware that healing takes a long time, we call upon all Religious Leaders and Citizens to continue providing spiritual support to those affected and their families. We affirm our commitment to work with the Government to preserve the common good, support the innocent and promote peaceful co-existence.

We, therefore, stand firm with the people of Kenya and the International Community to condemn these terror attacks which have once again affected us, as a Country.

It is indeed during these tough times that we unite together as one people, one Kenya. We must reject all propagated divisions aimed at dividing us on the basis of ethnicity, politics, gender and religion. Let us be our brothers’ keeper and remain vigilant working closely with our security officers to deter similar attacks within our peaceful Nation.

May the Peace of the Lord be with us all.

God Bless Kenya.

_____________________________

Most Rev. Philip Anyolo

CHAIRMAN

KENYA CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS

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