Predator in Church Preying on Children

By Constance Ndeleko It is alarming how those hiding behind the cloth in pretense to be holier than though yet they carry on with their disgusting lust of luring children into sexual activities while they stand tall in front of congregations. Existence of Child Sexual Abuse in our religious institutions seems never to stop amusing... Continue Reading →

Social Media Has Improved The Lives Of Children

By Jennifer Kaberi Children born today have a better chance than at any time in history to grow up healthy, educated and protected, with the opportunity to reach their full potential., according to Save the Children  annual Global Childhood Report and End of Childhood Index. More children are healthy and surviving past their fifth birthday.... Continue Reading →

World’s Menstrual Hygiene Day

By Constance Ndeleko As we mark World’s Menstrual Hygiene Day it is important for everyone to understand the relevance of hygiene more so during that day of the month. Everyone should understand that menstrual hygiene is not a taboo but a natural phenomenon that happens to women when they are of age. For most women... Continue Reading →

Technology and Young Families.

By Miriam Jomo Most families are out here complaining just how much technology is taking over their families especially the lives of their children. But they don’t know when enough is enough or what to do to control it. With a world population estimated to have reached 7.7 billion people as of April 2019, there are 5.11... Continue Reading →

Launch of Internet of Good Things in Kenya

By Miriam Jomo Today Safaricom and Unicef launched  the Internet of Good Things (IoGT) in Kenya at Safaricom House, Michael Joseph Centre. Internet of Good Things (IoGT)  is a UNICEF initiative, currently accessible in over 62 counties and territories around the world and helping to bridge the digital divide and build knowledge societies. IoGT hosts... Continue Reading →

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