‘LITTLE WINTER’ IS HERE, KEEP ME WARM

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 →

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A Healthy Surprise…

By Faith M. Precious Blood High School, Riruta I had long dreamed of the day I would fully grow into womanhood. I felt as if I took a big step towards this when I began menstruating. I knew that a permanent change had occurred in me that would affect my behavior in general. I had... Continue Reading →

Our Priorities for the next 5 years

By Kevin Anyonge As the world marked the Universal Children’s Day on 20th November 2017, this was a great opportunity to listen and interact with children on issues affecting them. This saw children representatives from various counties converge in Nairobi to engage directly with duty bearers and present their issues, and to demand for commitment... Continue Reading →

End Child Marriage

By Ken Musaba Just a day since the beginning of the campaign to end marriage through social media platform, that  started on a 22th November and will end on 31st December by the UNICEF, I decided to let you know what child marriage is and why it should not be practiced depriving the young girls... Continue Reading →

A Nation’s Future Depends On Her Children

By Kevin Anyonge Children’s Charter to the Government of Kenya,Nairobi County The 1347 children from Nairobi County expressed their opinion to the government representatives of Nairobi County. Postcards were collected with their views of being a Kenyan citizen, their concerns and expectations from our government.   What made them proud? Children are proud young citizens... Continue Reading →

Child Charter Launch

By Kevin Anyonge The Voice of a Child is a Voice of reason, Child participation is a key issue on matters surrounding and involving children directly and indirectly by making their voice heard. Today Machakos County launched the Children Charter, the event was graced by the Faith Wathome, county executive commissioner (CEC) of Education, Youth... Continue Reading →

Economic Impacts of Child Marriage

  By Kevin Anyonge                       Child marriage has a wide range of economic impacts. The joint International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)-World Bank project focuses on five pathways through which the practice affects the girls who marry early, their children, families, communities, and societies at... Continue Reading →

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