Our Founding Members


The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) is a regional Faith Based Organization that was established in 1979 in Chilema, Malawi, by the Anglican Primates of Africa. Its goal is to coordinate and articulate issues affecting the Church and communities across the region. The Council operates in 12 Anglican Provinces namely; Burundi, Central Africa – (Botswana, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe), Congo, Indian Ocean (Madagascar, Seychelles and Mauritius), Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Southern Africa (Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa Swaziland), Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda West Africa (Ghana, Cameroon, Togo, Sierra Leone and Liberia), plus the Diocese of Egypt, in 25 African countries where the Church has its presence.

CAPA reaches out to individuals, communities and groups through her over 40 million dedicated Church members in different communities in Africa. Administratively, CAPA is headed by a Council that is led by a Chairman, supported by other executives and other officers for the smooth running of the Provinces’ activities. CAPA has a secretariat headed by a General Secretary located in Nairobi Kenya.

Trace Kenya

Trace Kenya is a national Counter Trafficking in Persons NGO based in Mombasa, Kenya. It was founded in 2006 to help rescue, rehabilitate and re-integrate women, youth and children who were victims of human trafficking. Trace Kenya works closely with the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) on issues of counter human trafficking, including referrals cases for follow-up.


Awareness Against Human Trafficking (HAART) is a non-governmental organization based in Nairobi, Kenya. HAART is an organization dedicated towards ending modern slavery in Kenya and east Africa. It was founded in 2010 by a passionate group of lawyers, missionaries and humanitarians under the leadership of Radoslaw Malinowski. HAART is the only organization in Kenya that works exclusively on eradicating human trafficking. To provide a framework for combating trafficking, HAART works on four levels to build capacity and mobilize citizens to overcome trafficking in persons.

The Salvation Army Kenya East Territory

The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church and its doctrines follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasize God’s saving purposes. Its message is based on the Bible and its ministry is motivated by the love of God with a mission to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

The Salvation Army mission takes a holistic approach by working hand in hand with communities to improve health, education, water, economic and spiritual condition of the poor in the world. In Kenya, this is expressed to all people through our social institutions, schools, churches and community work such as Anti-Human Trafficking among many other programmes under the themes of Resilience, Community Health, Economic empowerment, Children and youth.

The anti-human trafficking theme of The Salvation Army in Kenya is currently focusing on four main areas; Prevention through awareness raising, Coordination, Collaboration Building Research and Advocacy

The Salvation Army worldwide originally founded in London in 1865 is headed by the General and in Kenya East Territory is under the leadership of Commissioner Margaret Siamoya.

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We are excited that you are interested in joining with us as we seek to achieve our goal of bringing an end to human trafficking around the world.