Gender-Based Violence- Sexual Exploitation of Children

By Ann Wambui People go through different challenges in life. A person walking down the street or seated next to you in a matatu, or a colleague or a preacher in the church or just any other person you meet in gatherings has a story to tell if he/she spares a few minutes to chat.... Continue Reading →

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Uphold Childhood Rights.

By Kevin Anyonge Kenya joins the rest of Africa in celebrating the Children,during this years Day of the African Child, commemorating the day at the national event in Hola Tana River county,Under the theme,"Humanitarian Action in Africa. Children Rights First" Has seen a series of various pre-events held at county level to create awareness of... Continue Reading →

Kenya cleared off Ebola scare

By Ann Wambui Children are the most vulnerable people in any disaster or emergency especially disease outbreaks. According to Democratic Republic of Congo government figures, 243 children succumbed to Ebola in DRC since the outbreak reported in August 2018. According to Save the Children, across the three worst-affected countries – Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea... Continue Reading →

Everyday is Father’s Day, is it not?

By Ann Wambui Fathers are important in a child's life. A family's main component or ingredient if I may put it that way. The head of the family. Even the Bible says so, "He is called upon to be a leader and protector for the family... being loving towards the children’s mother... He is also to... Continue Reading →

Child Sex Trade, Silent Society

By Constance Ndeleko With the alarming cases of child abuse in Kenya, of which 337 cases are of sexual abuse as per 2018 Childline Kenya report. It is distressing that we have allowed our children to be submerged in the impunity of lustrous men of the society that diminish children’s right. We cannot, neither should... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Children in the Institutions- DAC

By Constance Ndeleko Kenya has 28 Children Institutions and these institutions need to be made better. The Day of the African Child is always celebrated on the 16th of June every year to commemorate 1976 student uprising in Soweto, South Africa. This day raises awareness of continuing need for an improved quality education system to... Continue Reading →

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