Agape Counselling and Training Services (ACTS)

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About Agape Counselling and Training Services (ACTS)

Agape Counselling and Training Services (ACTS) is a non-governmental, non-denominational, and non-profit organization established in 1997 as a charitable trust and registered as an NGO in 2009. ACTS provides counselling training, consultancy services, rehabilitation, and counselling services aimed at enabling people to cope positively with all challenges of life. Our vision is to have a society where individuals are empowered to determine their future and guide their own lives.

ACTS has been involved in projects aimed at supporting communities through integrated counselling in HIV/AIDS in order to provide psychosocial care and support in a variety of contexts including learning institutions, grassroots communities and churches. ACTS activities include counselling services, training services, material offerings, VCT services, medicine distribution, and financial assistance for school fees.


This is an entry point for individuals, groups, association, alumni and friends of Agape Counseling and Training Services to support the programs there in. Members can come in as ordinary members, associate members, and corporate members and alumni members, through being stake holders, special interest groups or consumers of the programs


ACTS Institutional Capacity

ACTS is under the direction of trustees and a Board of Management composed of professionals, counsellors and developers. It consists of highly competent and qualified counsellors who also work in other areas in the community. Under the Board of Management is the Programs and Administration which oversees the general operations of other functional areas that include: Accounting, Training, Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Support Program, Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) and the front-office. Although ACTS is a non-governmental organization, it is closely affiliated to the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) and collaborates with various Dioceses and Community Development Programs in areas of common interest.