Kenyan Episcopal Conference
The episcopate in Kenya is represented by the Kenya Episcopal Conference, KEC), whose statutes were approved by the Holy See on December 7, 1976. KEC is the highest authority of the plenary session, attended by all the bishops of the diocese of law, emeritus, auxiliaries, the apostolic vicar, and the military chaplaincy. The assembly of bishops of Kenya accomplishes its mission through the Catholic Secretariat (Catholic Secretariat) which, through the Episcopal Commissions, coordinates and implements the decisions of the plenary assembly, providing the appropriate technical support. Currently, the KEC can count on 15 committees (liturgy, doctrine, lay apostolate, mission, justice and peace, ecumenism, interreligious dialogue, refugees, etc..) And 2 sub (canon law and apostolate of the nomads).
The KEC is a member of the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) and Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM).