The Anglican Diocese of Marsabit comprises Marsabit, Isiolo and part of Samburu Counties in North Kenya. It was originally part of the Diocese of Mt. Kenya East, then became part of Diocese of Kirinyaga in 1990. In 2008 it was taken directly under the Archbishop of Kenya, as the Marsabit Mission Area. In 2011 it was inaugurated as a fully‑fledged Diocese. The Director of Mission is currently involved with the training of evangelists and lay people as well as providing refresher courses for clergy. They are working in a tough context with Islam and Tribal religions being very strong in the North, so this training is vital to their ministries and mission.
The Centre for Global Mission has negotiated a partnership between the Anglican Diocese of Marsabit and African Enterprise (also a CGM Partner). This partnership will enable the diocese to have access to the Moore College PTC materials in ENGLISH and SWAHILI. There are ongoing translations of the PTC material into Swahili.