firm has a strong policy for corporate social
responsibility and participates in several charitable
activities. Agnes K. Murgor has over the years been
actively involved in the Kenya Girl Guides movement in
various capacities including holding the positions of
Legal Advisor and International Commissioner for Kenya.
She is also a trustee of Chance to Dance, a foundation
set up to teach ballet to young Kenyans. She is
currently a Director of Cheshire Services Kenya, an
international charitable organization.
Philip K. Murgor is a board member of the Christina
Clinic International Foundation (CCIF) Kenya a
subsidiary of a CCIF, USA. CCIF Kenya was founded by
Margaret Murgor Stuhl, Philip’s sister as a tribute to
their late mother Christine who was a community leader.
The CCIF mission is to provide access to affordable
medical services and health education to rural
communities in Kenya.
Through grants from local and international donors, CCIF
Board of trustees and Directors, CCIF completed
construction of its first project, the Christina Clinic
Medical Centre in 2003. The Clinic site is on a 20 acre
parcel of land, 25 miles northwest of Eldoret, in Uasin
Gishu District, Kenya.
Across the road from the medical centre is Imaniat
Primary School with a student population of about 300.
At present, the Board of CCIF, together with donors is
undertaking a borehole water and electrification project
to supply water and electricity to the clinic, which
will also serve the primary school and surrounding rural
policy, the firm through its partners and associates
also undertakes pro-bono criminal briefs from time to
time for paupers facing capital offences in the High