Jesuit Hakimani Center’s name HAKIMANI conflates three Kiswahili concepts:HAKI (justice),IMANI(faith), and AMANI (peace). Its inspiration and responsibility comes from the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and the spirituality of its founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola, encompasses the social teaching of the Catholic Church, and the passion stems from the Jesuit mission of faith that does justice.
Hakimani is a research, formation and social action institute in Eastern Africa that works to promote the study and action on issues linking: Responsive politics for the common Good, Climate Justice for an Integral Ecology, Right to Inclusive Prosperity Through Tax Justice & Debt Accountability, Right to Social Protection & Localization as Enablers, faith, justice and peace in the JesuitEastern Africa Province. It was started in 2001 as a programme of the Jesuit EasternAfrica Province as a more visible expression of the social justice dimension of the Jesuits’ identity and mission.
Phone: +254 715 266 985
Loyola House Menelik Road Off Ngong Road
P. O. Box 21399 - 00505 Nairobi, Kenya.