About CICC

Coast Interfaith Council of Clerics Trust (CICC) is a clerical organization dedicated to using intra- and interfaith dialogue to promote peace, security, and development in the Republic of Kenya.

Our  Membership

Our membership is drawn from institutions of Islamic, Christian, Hindu and African traditional faiths. CICC is led and governed by a Board of senior religious leaders representing: the African Traditional Religions (ATR), the Catholic Church, the Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya (CIPK), the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK), the Hindu Council of Kenya (HCK), the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK), the Organization of African Instituted Churches (OAIC) and the Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM).

Our Values


  • Fear of God
  • Non-partisanship
  • Religious tolerance
  • Integrity
  • Social responsibility

Our Gallery of Activities

5 days ago

Coast Interfaith Council of Clerics Trust
Coast Interfaith Council of Clerics Trust (CICC) was privileged and joined other inter-religious actor and members of academic in a round panel discussion in the international field of Religion and Transitional justice (TJ) in post conflict Context on 1st December 2022 at Pwani University, Kilifi County. The workshop sought to understand the role played by religious leaders and communities as non-state actors in the conflicts and its resolution. The panelist included Dr. Michael Owiso an Expert in Transitional Justice from Maseno University, Rev. Dr. Martin Wesonga, an Interfaith Advocate and Principle, Bishop Hannington Institute of Theology. CICC was represented by Bishop Amos Lewa (Board Member), Rev. Canon John Ruwa (Kilifi County Chair), Saida Famau (Vice county chairlady, Women Desk) and eight other clerics from the county. The Workshop was organized by Pwani University, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies and Swiss peace, Switzerland. CICC wish to thank Pwani University and Swiss Peace for the opportunity to contribute to the discussion on faith in actions. ... See MoreSee Less
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On 30th November 2022, CICC joined other #MCAP stakeholders in an inter-pillar training organized by the Ideology, Gender, and Legal pillar leads to train religious leaders, women leaders, and other actors on the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) for a better understanding..1/2

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