By Constance Ndeleko 17th of July the world observes the World International Day for Justice, since its launch 21 years ago in Kampla, Uganda. It was created with the sole purpose of a permanent international court to hold perpetrators of the world’s severest crimes to account. 120 countries adopted the Rome Statute of the International... Continue Reading →
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 Constance Ndeleko Children in conflict or contact with the law’ refers to anyone under 18 who comes into contact with the justice system as a result of being suspected or accused of committing an offence. Most children in conflict with the law have committed... Continue Reading →
By Constance Ndeleko She will lead the Global Partnership to End Child Marriage. Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage has announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Dr. Faith Mwangi-Powell who will join the secretariat in London, September 2019 following the exit of former Executive Director Lakshmi Sundaram earlier... Continue Reading →
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 →
We celebrate our children and as a society we should acknowledge that it is the responsibility of each one of us to ensure that we bring up responsible, diligent and all-rounded children for a better generation.
By Constance Ndeleko With the alarming cases of child abuse in Kenya, of which 337 cases are of sexual abuse as per 2018 Childline Kenya report. It is distressing that we have allowed our children to be submerged in the impunity of lustrous men of the society that diminish children’s right. We cannot, neither should... Continue Reading →
By Constance Ndeleko It is alarming how those hiding behind the cloth in pretense to be holier than though yet they carry on with their disgusting lust of luring children into sexual activities while they stand tall in front of congregations. Existence of Child Sexual Abuse in our religious institutions seems never to stop amusing... Continue Reading →