Siku ya Mtoto wa Kike,

By Khadija Mbesa Oktoba tarehe 11 mwaka wa 2019: siku ya kimataifa ya mtoto wa kike: Mawakala ya mabadiliko: Wasichana kupigania ulimwengu ulio bora.   Katika hafla ya Siku ya Kimataifa ya Mtoto wa Wa kike, wataalam wa haki za binadamu wa UN * wameshangilia nguvu na hisia za uharaka, na pia ujasiri na akili,... Continue Reading →


The Impact of Disability on the Lives of Children

By; Khadija Mbesa The World Report on Disability – published in 2011 by the World Bank and WHO - estimates that there are more than one billion people globally living with disabilities [1]. This includes approximately 93 million children aged 0–14 years living with “moderate or severe disability” (5·1%) of whom 13 million (0·7%) experience severe... Continue Reading →

Education, mental health and well-being

By Constance Ndeleko Hundreds of millions of children today are at risk of physical, emotional, psychological and social harm in conflict. 33 Governments, donors and parties to conflict can – and must – tackle the problem. Through a systemic, adequately resourced response, it is possible to protect children and scale up support to enable children’s... Continue Reading →

Talent is not enough

By Constance Ndeleko Children in Kirinyaga county showcased their fashionable styles during the one week training in FUNtastic Talent Show organized by TAPKidsAfrica at Sifa Gardens, Kutus. After the one weeks training the children were ready to display their talents in Karate, public speaking, news presentation, fashion and design, art, poetry, acrobats, comedy, singing and... Continue Reading →

Talent Knows NO Color.

By Dennis Njoroge In the past two weeks, two well known football players namely Paul Pogba and Tammy Abraham of Manchester united and Chelsea Football club respectively have been subjects of racial abuse from their fans because of missing vital penalties that could have seen their respective teams winning the match. The abuse come from... 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 →


By Dennis Njoroge Who is a role model? A role model is a person whose behaviors, examples and success are or can be emulated by others especially by young people. Role models may have a considerable impact on a person’s value, education and chosen training objective. While in high school some years back I used... Continue Reading →

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