JHC’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. It is also guided by decrees of the Jesuits General Congregations 32, 34 and 35 which placed emphasis on ‘the Service of Faith and the Promotion of Justice’ and focuses on fighting poverty, with priority for Africa.
The overall goal of Social and Economic Justice for Young People in and out of School is “To develop young people of integrity, who are creative and innovative.
The overall goal of Social and Economic Justice for Young People in and out of School is “To develop young people of . . .
The overall goal of Civic Engagement to Promote Good Governance Systems and Processes is “To contribute through civic knowledge and education to . . .