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 →

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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 →

Protecting Children against Violence

By Khadija Mbesa Violence threatens not only children’s survival and health but also their emotional well-being and future prospects. Violence against children at home is commonplace across the region, with around half of all children in East and Central European and Central Asian countries experiencing violent discipline. Surveys have found that 53 percent of children... Continue Reading →

Technology and the 21st Century.

By Miriam Jomo I didn’t know it was a problem or that it was that serious until I got into a Matatu and noticed that three quarter of the passengers were on their phone, not knowing or having any interest in whom is seated next to them. I mean what happened to the decency of... Continue Reading →

Unyanyasaji wa Watoto kingono

  By ;Khadija Mbesa   Baadhi ya Visababishi Ni nini baadhi ya visababishi vya tatizo hili lenye kuongezeka sana? Ilitaarifiwa kwamba watoto “wanalazimishwa na hali kuingia katika ukahaba, kufanya hivyo kukiwa njia ya kusalimika barabarani, kukisaidia kutegemeza familia zao, au kulipia mavazi na bidhaa. Wengine wanashawishiwa na wonyesho wa daima wa watu wanaofurahia bidhaa za kibiashara.” Na... Continue Reading →

The Invention that Dismantles.

By Miriam Jomo If you haven’t read or watched the book/series by the name “13 reasons why" get yourself a copy. The series revolves around a 17 year old high school student, Clay and his deceased friend Hannah, who takes her own life after having to face a culture of gossip, bullying and sexual assault at her... Continue Reading →

“From Dusk to Dawn”.

By Miriam Jomo With this year’s event showcasing talents of the young participants and their solution towards national development and attainment of the BIG 4 Agenda and Vision 2030, on the 5th and 6th of August morning, the exhibition went on with the judges going around and awarding marks to the displayed contestants. On the... Continue Reading →

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