Children’s views on back to school in June

By Ann Wambui Students in Kenya have been home for two months since coronavirus became a threat to human existence and as a precaution, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced closure of all schools as a way to control the spread of the virus and to keep children safe. This happened in the first term of the... Continue Reading →

KNBS Economic Survey: Child Protection

By Constance Ndeleko The Kenya National Bureau of Statics Economic Survey (KNBS) of 2020, highlights child protection cases projecting data from the year 2017-2019. This particular information shades light on progress, shortcomings and how we can improve our approach towards protecting children in Kenya. With notable changes on our economic structure in the world it... Continue Reading →

Chesogon: Search for Missing Kin

  By Constance Ndeleko Resident of Chesogon are in profound thoughts after the loss of their loved ones and massive destruction of property that has left many homeless. However, even after the government called off the search mission of the missing people of Chesogon residents are not dropping their tools in search of their loved.... Continue Reading →

“Zero Malaria starts with me”

By Ann Wambui Malaria is no new term. Am guessing at one point in life you may have fallen ill from malaria and it was quite an experience. From the fever and sweating, muscle pains, chills, headaches, nausea, vomiting to fatigue. This disease caused by Plasmodium parasite transmitted by a female anopheles affects millions of... Continue Reading →

Children not immune to COVID-19

By Ann Wambui In the beginning of the novel coronavirus outbreak, it had been reported that the elderly and children are at the highest risk of contracting the virus but it had not been clear to what extent it was for children. And as the days have gone by, we have heard from recent news... Continue Reading →

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