By Constance Ndeleko Don’t get me wrong I love you, I Love that you are parents, But when I close my eyes I feel like am lying to myself I feel that I am not true to myself. I feel like am cheating on me I feel vague and off, I feel emotionally distorted ... Continue Reading →
1000 children die annually of Pneumonia but those numbers could change through just a little more care could...
By Constance Ndeleko It is another day and seated under the shade as the sun sets on the west I ask myself this, Do I know children rights and about their welfare? How many people know about them? Do children know that they have an act that protects them and they have rights? What are... Continue Reading →
By Peter Midwa Did you know that our young children are a glittering reflection of creativity in science, technology and innovation? About one week has passed, and the first Young Scientists Kenya National Science and Technology Exhibition that took place at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi on 5th and 6th July 2018... Continue Reading →
By Ann Wambui Being in a boarding school can impact a student either positively or negatively this depends on simply the environment of the school. This carries along the relationships with teachers, fellow students and non-teaching staff. How is this important? The way a student relates with these mentioned people will impact on his/her attitude... Continue Reading →
By Constance Ndeleko We don’t call them care givers but they are Teachers trained professionally to impact knowledge to our children however, they deserve utmost respect from us all. They deserve a better pay, better environment, a better employer and also a better support system to ensure they give their all to these young minds... Continue Reading →
Technology for young minds in the Kenyan society to allow children use their creative skills to solve problems in society...