About the Kalenjin language

In Kenya, where speakers make up 18% of the population, the name Kalenjin, a Nandi expression meaning “I say (to you)”, gained prominence in the late 1940s and the early 1950s, when several Kalenjin-speaking peoples united under it. This ethnic consolidation created a major ethnic group in Kenya, and also involved a standardization of the Kenyan Kalenjin dialects. These dialects includes: Keiyo, Kipsigis, Markweeta, Nandi, Okiek, Pökoot, Sabaot, Terik, Tugen.

We aim to serve the whole Christian community by working closely with churches and the community to serve all denominations where this language is spoken.

Get Involved

You can get involved in availing a Bible for the Kalenjin community by;

Buying a Bible for an individual or Church. BSK can deliver the Bibles on your behalf. Each Bible costs Ksh 870

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Contact Us

Bible Society of Kenya

Langata Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Langata Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya

72983 00200

Tel: +254 20 6002827

E-mail: info@biblesocieties.org
Website: http://biblesociety-kenya.org/