Children’s Voices

Constance Ndeleko During the 2nd Children Devolution conference, children were grouped into regions that they came from to discuss on the Big Four Agenda. They voiced their vices on several issue that led them to having a panel session, with lots of question and answer towards the responsible partners and government representatives. Some of the... Continue Reading →

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Mental Health illness in children

By Constance Ndeleko Mental health is a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community." According to the WHO (World Health Organization) Mental health illness: is a... Continue Reading →

Surviving Tough Times

By Constance Ndeleko Life is about celebrating each other and every moment and living up to it . E very Child deserves the best in this world and we should not be self-center to forget that the future is still in their hands. We either make it or break on how a society decides to... Continue Reading →

The Vice Damaging African Children

By Constance Ndeleko 33,000 girls and boys have expressed fear that the rising corruption is severely affecting their access to education and health. This is in reference to a recent child consultation undertaken to highlight the level of corruption in Africa. The report- STOLEN FUTURES: The impact of corruption on children in Africa was compiled... Continue Reading →

Sweet Memories Last: Happier Together

By Kevin Anyonge Growing up as a child our lives were shaped everyday with daily happenings, old good memories could always reflect and linger in our minds. What made you happy if to ask? That's food for thought. As a child, happiness comes in many forms, the 80’s and 90’s kids then could relate growing... Continue Reading →

Not Old Enough, End Child Marriage

By Constance Ndeleko   This is a journey that I didn’t think I would make. Kajiado county is one of the celebrated counties in Kenya and is enormously rich in culture, traditions and customs that we Kenyans greatly celebrate and boast of. The Maasai’s have been exceptionally known to carry on with their traditions over... Continue Reading →

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