Athari za Vita kwa Watoto

By Khadija Mbesa Vita huathiri watoto kwa njia nyingi vile vile inavyoathiri watu wazima. Hata hivyo, kuna athari maalum kwa watoto. Kwanza kabisa, watoto kupata utunzaji, huruma, na umakini kutoka kwa watu wazima ambao wanawapenda mara nyingi huzuiliwa au huwa haipo. Kwa nyakati za vita, upotezaji wa wazazi,kutengwa mbali na wazazi wao, wazazi wanazingatia sana... Continue Reading →


The Future is Now

By Constance Ndeleko This report, The Future is now: Science for Achieving Sustainable Development, is the first quadrennial Global Sustainable Development Report prepared by an independent group of scientists. Why the report Despite great efforts achieved under the SDGs there’re still some loop holes that need to be sealed. There has been limited progress globally,... Continue Reading →

Global Child Protection

By Khadija Mbesa Children in every country, every culture, at every social and economic level are at risk of violence including physical and emotional abuse, sexual harm and exploitation, and neglect or deliberate deprivation. Every child has the right to feel safe, both at home and at school. Children living in households and communities impacted... Continue Reading →

Taking Power Back in our Hands

By Constance Ndeleko I tell my story so that you will be empowered to make change, but always remember it is my story to tell. The Kenya Society of Care Leavers launched guidelines on how to engage care leavers in care reform processes following existing gaps especially when it comes to how their stories are... 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 →

Violence in the lives of children.

By Constance Ndeleko Violence in the lives of children. According to data from 30 countries, nearly half of children aged 12 to 23 months are subjected to corporal punishment at home and a similar proportion are exposed to verbal abuse. Violence is both common and widespread – and no society is without some level of... Continue Reading →

Court: Corporal punishment is Unconstitutional in SA

By Constance Ndeleko The way to solve a problem is not through Violence we can communicate better than corporal punishment. Reasonable punishment can be quiet abusive too. South Gauteng High Court declared that corporal punishment at home is unconstitutional on September 18th. The constitutional court ruled that the common law of reasonable and moderate parental chastisement of... Continue Reading →

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