Child Trafficking and Law Enforcement in Kenya

Constance Ndeleko The 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... Continue Reading →


Children on the Move

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 →

Once Upon A Child

By Anne Jepchirchir Sexual abuse involving children is a stark reality in Kenya and is on the rise each passing day.There is this misinterpretation about sexual abuse that it is a rare happening perpetrated against girls by male strangers in informal settlements. But to the contrary, it is a common occurrence that results in harming... Continue Reading →

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