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 →


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 →


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 →

      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 →

Environment is Life

By Constance Ndeleko Environment is everything that is around. It can be living or non-living things. It includes physical, chemicals and other natural forces. Living things live in their environment. They constantly interact with it and change in response to conditions in their environment We met the youngest environmentalist in Kenya Ellyanne Wanjiku at Mau... Continue Reading →

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