Malezi ya mzazi mmoja

By Khadija Mbesa Binafsi nimekuzwa na kulelewa na mzazi mmoja ambaye ni mama, sijawahi pata hata mapenzi ya baba nilipokuwa mwana. Kulea mtoto binafsi bila msaada wowote ilikua ngumu sana kwa mzazi wangu lakini alijifunga shuka kiunoni na kutosalimu amri ya uvivu. Kwakweli malezi ya mzazi mmoja pekee yana changamoto nyingi sana kwani kila jukumu... Continue Reading →

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Situation of children and adolescents in Kenya

By Khadija Mbesa Kenya is a nation of children and youth, with more than half the estimated population of 36 million under the age of 18 years. An estimated 6 million children require special care and protection of which approximately 2.4 million children are orphans.¬†¬† Orphans who have¬†no direct or day to day adult care... Continue Reading →

Combating OCSE

By Constance Ndeleko Life is a long dream and we must dedicate ourselves towards understanding the importance of making a leap towards a goal, which is protecting our children. We have to be effective in the lives of our children as a society in order to guard and guide them through life. Online Child Sexual... Continue Reading →

Shida kuu zinazowakabili watoto nchini Kenya

By Khadija Mbesa Licha ya kuridhia Mkataba wa¬†Kimataifa wa Haki za Mtoto,¬†Kenya bado haijatimiza kutekeleza kwao kwa ukamilifu.¬†Umasikini, ukame, kuongezeka kwa idadi ya watu, mizozo ya ndani, utulivu wa kisiasa na shida inayokua ya wakimbizi ni miongoni mwa mambo mengi ambayo yamepunguza na kuzuia matumizi ya kanuni zote za CRC nchini. baadhi ya shida kuu... Continue Reading →

When is the Right Time to have the Talk?

By Miriam Jomo During my time, I didn‚Äôt have the one conversation that every girl need to have with her mom. I started my menstruation later after my younger sister, and this got me worried. I thought I was not ‚Äúnormal‚ÄĚ, because apparently during my primary school science lesson, a girl is supposed to start... Continue Reading →

International Day for Sign Language. (IDSL)

By Miriam Jomo Kenyan Sign Language (English: KSL, Swahili: LAK) is a sign language used by the deaf community in Kenya and Somalia. It is used by over half of Kenya's estimated 600,000 deaf population. According to the World Federation of the Deaf, there are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide. More than 80% of them live in... Continue Reading →

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