Getting Involved

There are many ways to participate in Peace Day! From education to the arts, social justice to sports, health to the environment, neighborhood issues to service for others. We invite you to commemorate this day by joining us in public lecture, walk for peace, and prayers for those that have been affected around the world.

Persons Enabled Differently and Use of Wheel Chairs

Wheelchairs are defined as a chair fitted with wheels for use as a means of transport by a person who is unable to walk, the wheels of which are directly propelled by push rims fitted directly to the main wheels.

  • Wheelchairs can be examined by the officials before or after the event.
  • It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that no part of their lower limbs can fall from their wheelchair to the ground during the event.
  • It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that their wheelchair conforms to the requirements stipulated above.
  • If the Technical Officials believe that a wheelchair and/or the participant using it represent a safety risk they shall be authorized to disqualify the participant from an event.
  • Wheelchair entries are limited to 100 persons. These entries are accepted on a first come first serve basis.


Whilst every reasonable precaution will be taken by the organizer to ensure the participant’s safety, participants walk at their own risk and the organizers shall not be liable for any loss and/or damage whether personal or otherwise, and howsoever arising.

  • The Organizers reserve the right to use information, motion pictures, recordings or any other records obtained, collected or submitted for the campaign for Peace Walk for any legitimate purposes.
  • Participants are required to wear an official Peace Walk marked attire with marked themes and messages on the front and back of their singlet/shirt. No un-official vehicles, motorbikes or bicycles are allowed on the course. No pets are allowed on the course.
  • Participants must are at liberty to start and end without being bound by official start line and complete full officially measured course as indicated in this guide.
  • A participant must retire from the event immediately if required to do so by any member of the official medical team identified by a reflective jacket with a red cross.
  • Road closures will be lifted at the discretion of the Kenya Traffic Police. The Road opening signifies the end of the event. Any participant still on the roads after this time is regarded by Kenya law as a pedestrian.