WASILIANAHUB - VPDC2021_Enrol Cover_v1_ July 2021


July 11, 2021 @ 04PM.

Suitable For: Mediation & Dispute Resolution (MDR) Professionals.

Time: 60 minutes.

About the event


5-Months Fellowship National Certificate


Virtual PDC 2021 Fellowship

Virtual Personal Development Coaching Course 2021 For Mediators In Kenya


5 Free Workshops I July to November

Saturday I 10 AM - 12 PM EAT I ZOOM Live

July 17 I August 21 I September 18 I October 16 I

Graduation Event: 24 HOUR LEAD IN SUMMIT

November 19/20, 2021

Continuous Learning Credits: 10 hours








  • July 11 Preview Weekend
  • July 17 Week 1: Introduction Weekend
  • August 21 Week 2: Business Weekend
  • September 18 Week 3: SMART (Tech) Weekend
  • October 16 Week 4: Impact Weekend
  • November 19/20 Week 5: Integration Weekend
    Graduation Event Day during ‘THE 24 HOUR LEAD IN SUMMIT'

The Program provides intuitive and reflective pathways for participants and Fellows to serve communities, businesses, families, and nations in dispute; benefiting people, the environment and local economies.


Suitable for Mediation & Dispute Resolution (MDR) Professionals.

Suitable for persons in-training; with an interest to learn more about mediation; refresh their skills; or to gain new skills in handling conflict.


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Partner with us today to spread the love:


With your support, the Program on Conflict Transformation may reach more people.


  • Tell someone about mediation - and the work of many mediators;
  • Sponsor a research project;
  • Sponsor a cohort or classes;
  • Sponsor a group in your community to join a class;
  • Sponsor a person(s) with special needs (including PWDs) to join a class;
  • Organise a group in your community to take a class (youth, women, men);
  • Organise a student group in your community to take a class (students, teachers, staff and board);
  • Organise a company group in your community to take a class;
  • Offer to speak at our events and learning sessions;
  • Invite our participants and Fellows to speak to your community group;
  • Nominate a community group for mediation (awareness) sessions to our participants and Fellows;
  • Share with us new ways to possibly engage with you.


Fellowship Director

rev peter

Rev. Prof. Peter Gichure; Director, Graduate School, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA). (Transitioned August 2021).


“Our people are suffering because they do not know that we (mediators) exist.”

- Rev. Prof. Peter Ignatius Gichure

(Chief Guest Address to African International Mediation Week (#AIMWeek) & Strategy20 Conference in December 2020).

A friend, a teacher, and a guide to the mediation community in Kenya.



Established in 2021 as part of
The Fellowship National Certificate for Mediators in Kenya

Celebrating Contributions By The 1st Fellowship Director -

Rev. Prof. Peter Ignatius Gichure; Then Director, Postgraduate Studies, CUEA (Kenya).


Rev. Prof. Peter Gichure is a Catholic priest of the Diocese of Nakuru. He is an Associate Professor of Dogmatic Theology and Peace Studies at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. He holds doctorates in Theology and Religious Studies from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and Master's in Peace Studies from University of Notre Dame, USA. Prof. Gichure is the Theological Advisor of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission, Kenya. His area of research is on alleviation of poverty and sustainable development. He has vast experience in university academic linkages both at the local and international levels. cuea.edu

Fellowship Co-Director

Dr. Sharon Sutherland

Coach Dr. Sharon Sutherland

Director of Strategic Innovation and Director of Research for Mediate BC, Canada

Fellowship Lead


Wangari Kabiru;

Chartered Mediator, Convenor.

Fellowship Guide

Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro

Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro

Director, Centre for Social Justice and Ethics (CSJE), The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) University Kenya

Conflict Transformation Coaching


Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro is the Director, Centre for Social Justice and Ethics.

He is a Diocesan priest of the Catholic Diocese of Nyahururu (Kenya). He was Ordained in 1995. Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro holds Baccalaureate Degrees in Philosophy and in Sacred Theology from Urbaniana University in Rome, a Licentiate in Moral Theology from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and a Doctorate in Social Doctrine of the Church from the Lateran Pontifical University in Rome (Italy). He is currently a Senior Lecturer at CUEA in the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics (CSJE) and serves as the Director of the CSJE. Since Sept. 2008, he has been teaching in the area of the Social Doctrine of the Church, with focus on Christian Ethics; Justice and Peace; Church Management and Leadership, hence, he has a rich experience.

He has authored several works in the area of family, ethics, peace and justice. (cuea.edu).

Fellowship Team


Emerald Midega

Moderator, 5R Group Writers Mediators Co-Chair (Publications Editor).

Fellowship Team


Sarah Ater

Moderator, Editorial Team ADRTomorrow Digest for 24 Hour LEAD IN Summit.


Fellowship Coach & Mentor

Alex Nyingi

Alex Nyingi

Global Business & Sustainability


Session Mentor: September 04 Session 2: Critical Thinking Skills. 08:00 AM.


Fellowship Coach; Alex Nyingi, MBA

Global Business & Sustainability


With extensive experience over 15 years in the tech and social sectors in African countries and beyond the continent, Alex has supported regional and global organisations in the areas of strategy, public policy and project design, and in the course of digital transformation, the deployment of ICTs & innovations to the private sector, non profits and to governments

Fellowship Coach & Mentor

Gichinga Ndirangu, FCIArb

Gichinga Ndirangu, FCIArb

Arbitration Tutor


Session Mentor: October 02 Session 3: Advanced Arbitration 101 Skills. 08:00 AM.

A lawyer of over 20 years experience and qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, FCIArb. Experienced in the areas of arbitrating on contract, commercial, labour and intellectual property. Also a professional accredited mediator. I ensure expeditious resolution of disputes.

Fellowship Coach Assessor

William Agan

William Agan

ADR Lecturer & Advocate


An ADR Lecturer. Holds a Master of Laws (LLM) and is the Founder Managing Partner at Agan & Associates Advocates. Patent Agent and Intellectual Property Consultants.

Fellowship Session Mentor

Irene Kituyi main

Irene Kituyi

Storytelling & Media, Uganda


Session Mentor: August 07 Session 1: Media Advocacy & Storytelling Skills. 08:00 AM.

Irene Kituyi former Operations manager at MoTIV, The Innovation Village and at Women in Technology Uganda (WITU) a generation non-profit organisation that aims at empowering, inspiring and training the next generation of Uganda female leaders, business women and technologists. She is a social behaviour change communication specialist, formerly working with Straight Talk as a communicator for the last 14 years, a counsellor for the last 9 years and trainer of trainers for 5 years. She holds a Masters in Business Administration in International Business, Post Graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management, a Bachelor Degree in Environment Management, and a Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. Irene is passionate, with dreams to inspire and motivate youths and women. She is a strong advocate for the use of creative channels to extend information and services to young people and the community to inspire, motivate, learn and change behavior.

Fellowship Coach


Patrick Wameyo

ACIB (UK), Certified Credit Appraiser & Certified Credit Trainer (Omega Performance Corporation).

A financial consultant focusing on financial education, Business Advisory and a personal potential empowerment coach with in-depth experience in commercial banking and corporate finance spanning over 20 years gained from blue chip and local commercial and investment banks in Kenya. He is a chartered banker and certified lender with post graduate training in investment analysis and management.

Fellowship Coach


Morenike Obi-Farinde

Founder, ODR Africa Network.

Mrs. Morenike Obi-Farinde is the managing partner of the law firm of ADIGUN OGUNSEITAN & CO. in Lagos, Nigeria. She is actively involved in corporate and commercial litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Processes with particular emphasis on Mediation and Arbitration. She is an alumnus of the Universities of Jos and Lagos where she obtained her LLB (Hons) and LLM degrees respectively.

Fellowship Coach


Coach Maina Azimio

Experiential Trainer in Holistic Wellness and Preventive Health.

Coach Maina Azimio is an experiential trainer in holistic wellness and preventive health. He focuses on the 4 foundational dimensions of wellness: physical health, mental, emotional and financial wellness. He has dedicated his life to championing economic empowerment of black people through entrepreneurship and Financial IQ.


  1. CHARITY KAARI KANAMPIO on July 16, 2021 at 6:23 am

    This is a great opportunity for me that has taken ADR on another level

  2. covenant Mediators & counselling center on July 18, 2021 at 2:10 am

    i missed the lession on 17th july 2021.how can i make up and be in session next time?

  3. Pauline Nduati on July 21, 2021 at 4:17 pm

    application closed.
    I would like to register but application closed.
    I have just seen the email.
    kindly assist.

  4. Mercy Wairimu Samperu on July 31, 2021 at 12:56 am

    Wonderful job and initiative….keep up the noble task

  5. Mercy Wairimu Samperu on July 31, 2021 at 12:58 am

    Noble task and initiative. Will empower us to serve better. God bless you

  6. Magdalene Mwele on October 29, 2021 at 9:07 pm

    Great work and a very good and noble initiative. It will empower me to serve better as a mediator

  7. Joyce Kingori on November 20, 2021 at 10:43 am

    Learnt alot

  8. Joyce Kingori on November 20, 2021 at 10:44 am


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