World Day for International Justice

By Constance Ndeleko 17th of July the world observes the World International Day for Justice, since its launch 21 years ago in Kampla, Uganda. It was created with the sole purpose of a permanent international court to hold perpetrators of the world’s severest crimes to account. 120 countries adopted the Rome Statute of the International... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

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 →

Children Living in the Street Census

By Constance Ndeleko Social and Protection Amb. Cs. Ukuru Yattani will be leading an outreach team from its ministries in the counties of Mandera and Wajir on the 17th-18th of July. This is to enhance and create awareness about its mandate and functions amongst the people of both counties. Street children have rights should be... 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 →

      A Healthy Child, A vibrant Life

By Constance Ndeleko Children are most likely to prefer the sweet taste (of foods) and may find some vegetables foul-tasting. At times, they may decline to or eat only a limited variety of fruit and vegetables. This could be traumatizing for parents since fruits are a beneficial factor in children’s growth and development. Fruits and... Continue Reading →

Children Involvement in the Society

By Constance Ndeleko Children’s participation includes the opportunity for children to express their points of view and opinions and thus to influence decisions which may affect their lives. Participation includes different kinds of involvement, contribution, assistance and co-determination. They differ in quality and have to be distinguished in participation initiated and controlled by adults, equal... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑