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Who We Are

SALT Institute is committed to transforming Nations by Changing Leadership Styles

The Sundoulos African Leadership Training (SALT) Institute is a non-profit, non-governmental, international organization based in Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, South Africa and Kenya since 1997. The Kenya chapter SALT Institute-Kenya was revamped in 2008 where 73 graduands were released to transform the Nation in a colourful ceremony after attending the 22 week interactive once a week evening course.

We seek to raise and train potential servant leaders and statesmen in the art of good governance and management and also equip them to function effectively on the international arena.

 Kenya Office

Sunview Estate – House no. 2 (Opposite Kenyatta Market)
P.O.Box 8 KNH, 00202,
Nairobi

Continental Director, SALT Foundation
Barrister Emeka Nwankpa
P O Box C1358 Cantonments, Accra, Ghana

Our Objectives

The objectives of the SALT Institute is to train, build up and encourage servant leaders who can:

  •  Understand what will free their nations from spiritual, economic, social, political and natural calamities;
  • Interpret national crises correctly, work out solutions and implement recommendations accurately;
  • Mobilize human resources and build coalitions from available human resource that will provide the best governance.
  • Handle the intrigues of governance and leadership without losing personal integrity.
  • Lay new foundations in leadership for African nations based on godly principles.
  • Be channels through which righteousness and justice can flow in order to impact peoples and politics.

What We Believe

  • The leadership of a country has the primary responsibility of determining the direction that country will go.
  • Leaders are ministers of God and should be vessels to dispense His righteousness and justice to His people.
  • Leadership involves taking a nation by the hand and guiding her in the most suitable direction with regard to the various aspects of national endeavours like agriculture, education, science, health, housing etc.
  • The leader must have compassion for the nation in order not to plunder and loot it for personal gain.
  • That our post-independence foundations are rooted in legacies of tribalism, nepotism, corruption, indolence and oppression. Thereby new foundations must be laid and leaders must be re-trained.
  • That the Church must rise from dualism and separation between the sacred and the secular. Faith must be translated in the market place.

Our Programmes

The SALT Institute – Kenya, runs two 22 week training programmes. This is an evening course that is done once a week. Presently our class is running in Nairobi , Eldoret and Kisumu.

Nairobi has so far conducted 4 courses since 2008 in various venues and the 5th class is in progress.

The present class is running on every Tuesday from 1st July2014 to 18th November 2014.The venue is Luther Plaza( Opposite St Andrews PCEA church) from 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

We also offer special packages for public and private institutions on request.

SALT Institute – Kenya Curriculum

101 Why God made you a leader
102 Introduction to servant leadership
103 Leaders and character
104a The nature and impact of thrones – I
104b The nature and impact of thrones – II
105 Understanding and dealing with foundations
106 Preparation for leadership
107 Anointing for leadership
108 Leaders and prayer
GUEST LECTURE
201 The challenge of leadership in Africa
202 Foundations of the Kenyan nation
203 God’s benchmark for leadership
204 Leadership and vision
205 Leadership and transformation
206 Leadership and public service
207 Dealing with societal prejudices
208 Leadership and succession (inc. youth)
209 Promoting investment for development
Wrap up
GRADUATION

Calendar of Activities

Seminars – Mobilization June, August, November
SALT Alumni Meetings – 2nd Saturdays 14th June, 12th July, 9th August, 13th September,11th October, 8th November
SALT main class – Tuesdays 1st July – 18th November, 2014
Graduation 22nd November, 2014

Admissions Requirements

Applicants should submit their application forms by 30th June, 2014. The course will run for 22 weeks and is open to all leaders especially those in leadership position.

Course Fee 

The course fee, payable in two installments, covering tuition, certificate and teaching materials is Kshs19,500.
Completed Application Forms should be submitted to the Registrar|
Tel: +254 20 2724369/2710516/2718677
Mobile: 0722 621718 / 0738 119524
Email:  saltkenya@gmail.com Or saltkenyaeld@gmail.com

Contact us

Kenya Office

c/o Kenya House of Prayer
Sunview Estate, opposite Kenyatta Mkt. main gate
House No. 2
P.O. Box 8, KNH 00202
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 2724369/2710516/2718677
Mobile: 0722 621718 / 0738 119524
Email:  office@saltafrica.org   or admin@kenyahouseofprayer.org