Let a girl dream, stop child marriage

By Ann Wambui One of the most difficult conversations I dreaded to have with my mother is that of marriage. Growing up, I thought she was too serious to discuss this or even advise me on anything in relation to the topic. During one of my years in university, I set out a mission to... Continue Reading →


Better lives for Refugee Children   

By Constance Ndeleko Over half of the world’s refugees are children. Almost one in three children re living outside their country of birth. Many will spend their entire childhoods away from home, sometimes separated from their families. They may have witnessed or experienced violent acts and, in exile, are at risk of abuse, neglect, violence, exploitation,... Continue Reading →

Child Begging; Child Abuse

By Ann Wambui Ever been in a situation where someone else is using you to gain something and then you get caught while at it? It must feel like the whole world crashed on you right? So yesterday am on my way to board a matatu to town from Ongata Rongai and an increasing crowd... Continue Reading →

Examination for Grade 3 learners

By Ann Wambui "You cannot sit around and wait to pass your exams. You have to put in work." These words were said to me so many times throughout my years in school and quite sure you must have been told a number of times. There was no stressful period as examinations period because even... Continue Reading →

Just a Click; Knowledge on the Fingertips.

By Miriam Jomo If you are living in the 21st century then there is no way you are escaping the influence of Technology. Are we becoming slaves of technology? We are becoming more and more dependent on Technology in that we count on it to fulfil every single insignificant needs of ours. What happened to... Continue Reading →

Environment is Life

By Constance Ndeleko Environment is everything that is around. It can be living or non-living things. It includes physical, chemicals and other natural forces. Living things live in their environment. They constantly interact with it and change in response to conditions in their environment We met the youngest environmentalist in Kenya Ellyanne Wanjiku at Mau... Continue Reading →

Machine Driven Era

By Miriam Jomo With growth the thinking and how a child perceives things change. To learn what is right and wrong, they begin asking questions, the curiosity intensifies. One of the ways to cub this curiosity is by asking questions and the urge increases and if the answers are not well answered they look for... Continue Reading →

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