The Unsung Heroes of Fight to End Violence Against Women and Children Hero Number 2: Duncan Ondimu, Senior Prosecutor.

By Carol Mtai Sometimes there is only time for quick congratulations and then the warrior is off to fight another battle. The number of hours they put into the case will not be apparent on the face of the report that eventually comes out, you will hear nothing of the police officers that investigated the... Continue Reading →


The Unsung Heroes of Fight to End Violence Against Women and Children;Hero Number 2:Nelly Waweru,Prosecutor.

By Carol Mtai In a world with so much evil, it is easy to forget that there are people that spend their days and nights on the battlefield, fighting hard to end GBV by ensuring that the perpetrators are put away for a long long time. And sometimes the cases are heartbreaking but the warriors... Continue Reading →

16 Days of Activism

By Carol Mtai 16 days of activism meant to raise awareness on violence against women and children kicks off today. The prosecutor and our brothers the police play a pivotal role in this fight but many times this is overlooked or downplayed. During the 16 days, I chose to celebrate my colleagues who work tirelessly... Continue Reading →

Are We Normalizing Crime

By Kevin Anyonge Kenyans on better part of the week took to social media to express their displeasure and call for the arrest of a suspected pedophile, who posted a Facebook post to a popular group, glorifying sex to the top KCPE girl Goldalyne Kakuya The man by the name Donald Njiiru Njaaga according to... Continue Reading →

Our Priorities for the next 5 years

By Kevin Anyonge As the world marked the Universal Children’s Day on 20th November 2017, this was a great opportunity to listen and interact with children on issues affecting them. This saw children representatives from various counties converge in Nairobi to engage directly with duty bearers and present their issues, and to demand for commitment... Continue Reading →

Cerebral Palsy in Children

By Winnie Onyimbo Jane Wanjiku is mother to one-year old John. Each Friday, she stays home from work so that she can take the boy to therapy. The two hours are emotionally gruelling for Jane and excruciating for her son.  Every week she has to watch her only son enduring the pain as the therapist... Continue Reading →

End Child Marriage

By Ken Musaba Just a day since the beginning of the campaign to end marriage through social media platform, that  started on a 22th November and will end on 31st December by the UNICEF, I decided to let you know what child marriage is and why it should not be practiced depriving the young girls... Continue Reading →

A Nation’s Future Depends On Her Children

By Kevin Anyonge Children’s Charter to the Government of Kenya,Nairobi County The 1347 children from Nairobi County expressed their opinion to the government representatives of Nairobi County. Postcards were collected with their views of being a Kenyan citizen, their concerns and expectations from our government.   What made them proud? Children are proud young citizens... Continue Reading →

The Children Service Week

By Kevin Anyonge The annual judicial service month on children was held this year at the Makadara law courts with the theme speeding up the wheels of justice. Established by the Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga in his capacity as Chairperson of the National Council on the Administration of Justice (NCAJ), the Taskforce on Children... Continue Reading →

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