CEPACET was established and registered at the height of the post-election period of violence in Kenya. We contributed to the restoration of peace, tolerance and interdependence through using an inter-faith approach. After calmness ensued, CEPACET undertook a needs assessment exercise at various levels in the conflict prone regions. The basis for conflict in Kenya is historical and can be traced back to the unequal distribution of national resources by all the regimes since independence. Against this background, CEPACET has established thematic programs that focus on human rights and social justice, women, economic empowerment and children's development.
We make life worth living for the most vulnerable people in Kenya.