Seed and fertilizer help displaced farmers in Kenya

Seed and fertilizer help displaced farmers in Kenya

CRS continues to respond to the post-election crisis in Kenya. Recently, CRS and the Catholic Diocese of Eldoret assisted 1,500 farmers displaced by the violence by providing them with vouchers redeemable for seed and fertilizer—critical aid to avoid food shortages. Johnson Irungu, CRS Kenya agricultural unit manager, spoke with Peter Mwaniki Muchiri from Yamumbi village to learn more about the gradual return to farming. Continue reading

AMANI SASA DAILY UPDATE: 4th February 2008

AMANI SASA DAILY UPDATE: 4th February 2008[1]

THE HUMAN COST: Over 800 dead and over 300, 000 displaced

Concerned Kenyan Writers

  • The Concerned writers are interested in collecting stories that people would like written up on the post-election violence. Contact Shalini on

Religious groups

· The Jesuit Hakimani Centre (JHC), would like to report that the meeting last Friday on: “The Way out the Post Election crisis for Kenya” was a success. Would like to thank all the speakers and all who attended.

· CASAM- Come and See a Man had a meeting at Embakasi Chiefs compound. They also delivered 15 bunches of peace roses to 15 churches in Embakasi village area. They would like to thank Saba for providing the flowers. Intend to have a meeting there every Sunday afternoon.

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Hello world!

Welcome to the Rescue Kenya Initiative – an initiative aimed at moving Kenya forward from the post election crisis through a results oriented approach by harnessing the collective efforts of Kenyans and friends of Kenya.

We are starting with putting up an information portal where all the various initiatives can post their information so that anyone who wanted information on the post election crisis can get it in one place. This will be at

We are also working on an ICT solution for coordination of the various initiative so that the resources and talent of all concerned can be effectively and efficiently used.

Ideas and suggestions are welcome from all.