img-20160715-wa0002-1Peace Club, A Club that fosters National Cohesion and National Values became operational at the Rift Valley Technical Training Institute in September, 2014 when a special committee headed by Ruth Nalyanya was mandated to spearhead and initiate activities that promoted the mandate of the National Cohesion and National Values. These activities have been adopted and customized to address the prevailing and pertinent situations at the RVTTI


To Create and Promote a Peaceful, United, Harmonious and Integrated RVTTI Community.

To develop and sustain activities and processes that alleviates all forms of ethnic discrimination at the RVTTI.
To promote diversity and inclusivity through creation of awareness and capacity building, advocacy and development of the relevant policies within the institution.

The RVTTI Chapter of the National Cohesion and National Values is expected to embrace and actualize all or as mandated by the National Agency as explained earlier in this document. This will be realized by pursuing the key objectives by:

Strengthening cohesion amongst the teaching staff, non-teaching staff and students.
Developing activities that address discrimination and negative ethnicity.
Sensitization of students and staff on negative ethnicity.

In order to achieve the envisaged mandate and objectives, the National Cohesion and National Values at the RVTTI is guided by the following key core values:

  1. Professionalism
  2. Integrity
  3. Inclusivity
  4. Respect of diversity
  5. Affirmative action for gender, physically challenged and minority groups.

National Cohesion and National Values Committee Members

  1. Ruth Nalyanya (Lecturer)
  2. Hippolitus Shikoli (lecturer)
  3. Janet Otieno (Lecturer)
  4. Hamelyn Bomett (Lecturer)
  5. James Kosgey (Lecturer)
  6. Peter Mwaniki (Non-teaching staff)
  7. Shadrack K. Kimutai (Lecturer)
  8. Otiak Maurice (Student Representative)