‘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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How safe are our children

By Titus Kariuki Moi girls school students set to resume classes on Tuesday 12th June. This is after the school was closed for a week following a defilement incident last week. Moi girls’ schools has made news headlines twice all for the wrong reasons. Last week when a girl was raped by an unknown person... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Cut

In our first article in the FGM series, we looked at what is this mutilation. Thank you all for the feedback, which included adding facts on FGM. Which we will cover in today's article. It is estimated 250 Million girls and women have been cut, as shown in the map below. It is estimated over... Continue Reading →

16 Days of Activism

By Carol Mtai 16 days of activism meant to raise awareness on violence against women and children kicks off today. The prosecutor and our brothers the police play a pivotal role in this fight but many times this is overlooked or downplayed. During the 16 days, I chose to celebrate my colleagues who work tirelessly... Continue Reading →

Are We Normalizing Crime

By Kevin Anyonge Kenyans on better part of the week took to social media to express their displeasure and call for the arrest of a suspected pedophile, who posted a Facebook post to a popular group, glorifying sex to the top KCPE girl Goldalyne Kakuya The man by the name Donald Njiiru Njaaga according to... Continue Reading →

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