Too Big A Cell

By Liz Amandla I remember during my judicial attachment, a minor aged 17 years was put in custody while his case awaited trial. The young boy was not put in a juvenile prison. Rather, he was detained in an adult prison for a whole year until his case was up for trial. This is just... Continue Reading →


Kenya’s First Step Towards Deinstitutionalization of Children

  By Jennifer Kaberi For a long time institutionalization of children in orphanages and other care institutions was a major part of  child social welfare services. Institutions were viewed as a place of refuge, where vulnerable children could get the help they needed. However recent studies show that institutionalization of children have a life long... Continue Reading →

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