A sporty Child

By Dennis Njoroge They say all work without play makes jack a dull boy, it is an old saying and it will remain very factual. Most schools in Kenya have physical education (P.E) as part of their day to day learning activity, in high schools they have the first term and second term secondary schools’... Continue Reading →


Justice pending for FGM victim while Britain convicts first case

By Ann Wambui 11-year-old Jelida Gachuiri is likely to be buried on Saturday March 16, 2019 according to the information received so far. Jelida succumbed to Female Genital Mutilation in December 2018 in her home area Mwanika village in Igembe central, Meru county. The lass is said to have faced the knife with six of... Continue Reading →

Suicide an issue among teenagers too

By Ann Wambui Suicide is not a matter to rub off and assume that the person who tried to end his/her life must have known better. It is a call for help. According to MedBroadcast, 10% of boys and 20% of girls are deemed suicidal in adolescents aged 12 to 16 years. In Kenya, some... Continue Reading →

Violence against Children Needs to Stop

By Ann Wambui Violence exists in various forms. Child violence is "common" in hundreds of Kenyan as well as international households. This exists in sexual, physical and emotional violence forms. Any type of violence against a child is critical as some children are not able to grow elephant skins and move on past the experiences.... Continue Reading →

Children’s Voices

Constance Ndeleko During the 2nd Children Devolution conference, children were grouped into regions that they came from to discuss on the Big Four Agenda. They voiced their vices on several issue that led them to having a panel session, with lots of question and answer towards the responsible partners and government representatives. Some of the... Continue Reading →

Food Security for Children

Constance Ndeleko It means having food on the table, especially a balanced diet, appropriately cooked, food we can easily access that hasn’t expired, which is nutritious and will enhance our development. Most Children walk almost five kilometers to and from home for lunch and they have to come back under the scorching sun in the... Continue Reading →

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