Dealing with children and disaster questions...
Constance Ndeleko During the two day Horn of Africa Consultative Forum on CSO engagement in enhancing child protection and participation held in Nairobi on the 13th and 14th of December, different member state were represented where they engaged in various issues affecting children at the Horn of Africa. Some of the key and major issues... Continue Reading →
@CSMargaretKobia today launched @AFGMBoard strategic documents that have so far been used in the fight against #FGM
Constance Ndeleko One in every five children in Kenya (8-18) years have been exposed to risk of Online Child Sexual Exploitation (OCSE). Internet offers child development but it also provides anonymous platform for OCSE. Why is it that we have an increase in OCSE in Kenya? While attending a meeting organized by African Institute for... Continue Reading →
Constance Ndeleko Giving children the opportunity to be stimulated and learn is one of the way to enhance a healthy development physically, mentally and emotionally. We gather for a training course organized by (REPSSI) Regional Psycho-social Support Initiative that gives psychological support into programs and services for girls, boys and youth in East and Southern... Continue Reading →
By Peter Midwa What’s one of the best ways to seal loose ends in providing basic human rights? Where would you tell communities to start? These are the questions that need to be answered, and we all have an equal say. For the Regional Psychosocial Initiative (REPSSI), an NGO operating in East & Southern... Continue Reading →
Constance Ndeleko Prosecution in Child trafficking needs to be discussed across borders says, Wambui Njuguna Program director at African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) during a training session in Nairobi. Child trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of a child for the purpose of exploitation... Continue Reading →
Constance Ndeleko As much as we would like to say we are leaving in a rational setting well, we’re not! My heart bulged and contracted at the same time when I heard of these words “Children on the move”-These are children moving from one country to the other or within the country either involuntarily or... Continue Reading →