Through contributions from Kenyans Jali was able to support families affected by the violent night evictions at Kariobangi Estate.

Jali Campaign receives support from ordinary Kenyans who are standing with one another during this difficult time.

The Jali campaign targets vulnerable populations in informal settlements, people living with disabilities, people with terminal illnesses, the homeless, children and youth, and families of lower cadre.

Jali campaign is about strengthening the resilience of vulnerable people by providing food directly or by way of cash transfers to identified and verified vulnerable populations in informal settlements, urban and peri-urban areas.

This initiative is appealing to Kenyans of goodwill to come out in full support in a bid to help our brothers and sisters in need.

Kenyans can contribute to the fund by sending their donations to the M-Pesa Paybill Number: 5108221.
Account Number: Your Name

The effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic worldwide both on the social, political and economic aspect of life is unlike anything that has been witnessed in the recent past.

Understandably, this has affected the less economically stable in the society. Humanity is facing a pandemic that will affect all spheres of lives.  

Therefore more than ever, there is need for organizations, societies and individuals to lend a helping hand during these tough economic times.


‘JALI’ is an ensemble of Religious, Civil Society, Private sector and individual Kenyans committed to mitigating foreseen economic challenges occassioned by disruption of livelihoods due to the Corona Virus of 2019(Covid 19)  pandemic.


Our Campaign, appeals for social action through select Brand Ambassadors to appeal for donations from philanthropists to support raise a food basket for Kenyans going hungry at this period.

Through JALI a Situation Room has been established and trained 40 online monitors to Monitor and Enumerate vulnerable families potential for cash or food support.

Help Put A Meal On Someones Table

Our Partners

Religious leaders under Inter-Religious Council of Kenya which draws its members from National Council of Churches of Kenya, Catholic Archdiocese, Evangelical Alliance of Kenya, Organization of African Instituted Churches, Seventh Day Adventist Church, Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims, National Muslim Leaders Forum, Shia Ithna-Asheri Jamaat and Hindu Council of Kenya (HCK) in partnership with Kenya Tuitakayo Movement (KTM) which is a people-driven movement aimed at ending impunity in the country and other CSOs seek to raise funds to assist the less privileged in the society through the ‘JALI Campaign’.  

Voices from the IRCK's Executive Director and Religious Leaders

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