Children have for weeks been on the headlines following the parent-children separation at the American borders...
Young Scientists Kenya has a program engaging high school students through creating innovations that provide solutions to problems in Kenya.
By Constance Ndeleko It is not your normal day event that you attend but this is one that flows in with hard, painful and torturous memories that are still disturbing to date. It is during the International Day for Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, marked every 19th of June and today we converge in... Continue Reading →
Africa: Teenage pregnancies in Kenya and their right to go back to school after child birth. According to @hrw
By Constance Ndeleko This year Kenya has been experiencing an unusual type of weather pattern, where we’ve at least been having rains also most for the better part of the past five months. Well this has brought about tragedies, calamities which have led to... Continue Reading →
By Constance Ndeleko It is every child’s dream to have a family or society that really cares and loves them. But it is unfortunate that some children have to undergo neglect even at a tender age. The world is... Continue Reading →
By Ann Wambui The Finance Minister Henry Rotich today June 14 presented the 2018/19 fiscal year budget in Parliament, reflecting the government’s financial year which begins on July 1. The Ksh3 trillion budget will result to increase in a number of commodities including milk, maize flour and fuel prices. The budget is said to cover... Continue Reading →
By. Caroline Makumbe June 16, is a day which most of us wish had never happened. Though isolated to South Africa, the day has since been celebrated across the African continent as the Day of the African Child, with the commemorations taking place this year under the theme, “Leave No Child Behind for Africa’s Development.”... Continue Reading →