11 weeks of uninterrupted holiday for students

By Ann Wambui Supermarkets, book stores and uniform shops have made quite the sales as Kenyans prepared for the last term of 2019 as students in the public sector reported to school on September 2. And of course the usual ridiculous hiking of bus fare which adds on to the stress parents and guardians have... Continue Reading →

How Aware are you about Autism?

By Miriam Jomo Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neuro-developmental disorder that affects an individual’s ability to interact with others, communicate and display or repetitive behaviors or interests.   Since autism is a spectrum disorder, this means that individuals with the diagnosis may have very varied abilities and difficulties. While there isn’t a given set of... Continue Reading →

Child and Youth Psycho-social Forum, Namibia

By Yande Banda, It is rightly said that rather than speaking or standing for children; adults, leaders, politicians, and officials must stand with children, letting them speak for themselves and this statement in its depth describes what happened at the REPSSI Child and Youth Psycho-social Forum held between the 27th -31st  of August 2019 in... Continue Reading →

‘Every war is a war against children.’

By Constance Ndeleko ‘Every war is a war against children.’ (Report by Save the Children) •420 million children – nearly one-fifth of children worldwide – are living in a conflict zone; a rise of nearly 30 million children from 2016. • The number of children living in conflict zones has doubled since the end of the... Continue Reading →

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