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Learning and adaptation in Kenya

How an early church and community mobilisation (CCM) pilot grew into a national phenomenon

2018 Available in English

Women and children draw water from the community well.

Women and children draw water from the community well. Photo: Will Swanson/Tearfund

Through learning and adaptation, an early church and community mobilisation (CCM) pilot has grown into a national phenomenon. Today it is mobilising churches across Kenya, inspiring Christians to change their outlook and fulfil their potential.

A smiling African woman wearing a colourful dress and matching head-dress. N’Govie Amenan Adele, CCMP church member, Manglai-kan, Côte d’Ivoire.

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