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 →


Uber driver assaults 13-year-old in Nyali

By Ann Wambui The transport system in Kenya is not all that pleasing considering the kind of traffic that hauls our roads on a daily basis. Mobile applications innovations brought about taxi services closer to consumers one dial away for convenience and safety. Despite the cases that were reported sometime in 2018 of taxi drivers... Continue Reading →

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 →

Sports Hygiene in Children

By Dennis Njoroge Joining any sports team is a fun, physically challenging and  healthy way for kids to practice teamwork and sportsmanship, but parents, coaches and team staff need to understand the importance of maintaining good hygiene in our children. When parents of young athletes are asked about any sports-related health issues, they usually think... 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 →

Is it Too Early, or Early Enough?

By Miriam Jomo In as much as we condemn technology and its effects on children, we also need to take time and appreciate it, so what are some of the effects of exposing your child to technology at an early stage? Technology has changed the way we see almost everything in this century, I go... 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 →

Nomophobia is Real.

By Miriam Jomo Social media is an inseparable part of our everyday lives. It is always there, from the moment we wake up until we fall asleep with our phone in hand. How often do you use your mobile phone? Is there something known as pone addiction? And can you be addicted to your phone?... Continue Reading →

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