Africa Peace Point
It is an umbrella organization grouping about ten associations working for peace and reconciliation. APP runs a Peace School every Saturday at Shalom House. For more information visit http//www.africapeacepoint.org
It has became operational in August 99. The project takes care of the girl child from the streets of Nairobi. The home is manned by three couples who are members of Koinonia. The girls undergo a program designed for their rehabilitation. Activities within the home include formal and informal education, counseling, sports and cultural activities and spiritual guidance. The girls are also provided with the basic needs such as clothes, meals, medical services among other basic necessities.
Is a social centre where 50 former street children live and go to school, and where there are several activities for the local community: youth formation programmes, football team, karate team, dispensary, assistance to the refugee living in the area, a tailoring co-operative, and micro-credit for women.
Koinonia Advisory Research and Development Services (KARDS)
It is a development consultancy which has uniquely positioned itself in the empowerment arena. KARDS is inspired by the social doctrine of the Church. Its special focus is capacity building for community based groups in Eastern Africa.
News from Africa
Is a monthly publication that started in April 1996. News from Africa gives information on many different African issues. News from Africa is in touch with several correspondents from different African countries, and it is based at Shalom House. Visit http://www.newsfromafrica.org
Koinonia started operating in Sudan in 1995 focusing especially in the Nuba mountains. Koinonia is now operating two primary schools with a total of one thousand pupils and a Teachers Training Institute with 250 students.
Tone la Maji
Situated at Ongata Rongai, in the immediate outskirts of Nairobi on a beautiful 6 acre wooded ground, it is home for 60 former street children. It was opened in March 2005 and its activities are still growing.