Doodling Lands Children in Court

By Constance Ndeleko Three school girls 15, 16 and 17 years of age who were charged in court, for doodling images of their president in text books have been released in Burundi. The three children had been arrested on counts of insulting the head of state president Pierre Nkurunziza last week. Their detention raised eyebrows... Continue Reading →

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Fighting the strides of ethnicity

By Constance Ndeleko In the recent past, Kenya has been caught in the web of ethnic clashes where different tribes don’t see eye to eye. This in term has led to tribal division which has duly affected our economic level, social living standards and political stand. Ethnicity has created a big rift in our society... Continue Reading →

Benefit of Sports in Children

 By Dennis Njoroge                                              Hey guys, so this is the last sequel of benefits to children engaging in sporting activity but it’s definitely not the last article about sports and children, more are on... Continue Reading →

Domestic Violence and Children

By Constance Ndeleko Love is wonderful and love is marvelous. It creates an environment where we’ve to compromise and sacrifice our own interest for the sake of factoring others in our lives. When we’re no longer encircled by love then we get to reap the flip-side. This mostly happens, when we cannot come to an... Continue Reading →

The Plight of Kenyan Orphans

By Miriam Jomo What happens when you wake up one day and find out you are an orphan? Realizing that the person you called mom no longer exists. This is the most dreadful day of any child and teenagers. With a population of 41 million, the number of orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya is... Continue Reading →

Unequal Lens of the African Child

By Constance Ndeleko ‘Children are an integral part of our society. They are the foundations of future generations. Corruption is one of the greatest evils of our time, it deprives our young citizens of the opportunity to develop meaningful livelihoods,’ says H.E. Muhamud Buhari, President of Federal Republic of Nigeria. Corruption is the abuse of... Continue Reading →

World Water Day; Clean, Safe Water for All

By Ann Wambui March 22 marks World Water Day that is intended to tackle the global water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. According to United Nations statistics, 80% people who have used unsafe and untreated water sources live in rural regions, which means that citizens of any... Continue Reading →

Quenching The Thirst

By  Kevin Anyonge   Water is a vital necessity in humans life, it is an essential building block of life. It is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health; water is vital for creating jobs and supporting economic, social, and human development.   Water and Children Without water, children simply cannot survive.... Continue Reading →

Quenching the thirst of education in African Children

By Constance Ndeleko The guiding principles on human rights obligations of states to provide public education and to regulate private involvement in education organized by EACHRights was launched on 21st of March, 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya. The CEO, EACHRights, Judith Oloo-mentioned that it is the duty of the state to provide quality and accessible education... Continue Reading →

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