Is It Really Depression?

Depression is a common and serious mental illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Many young people are affected by depression and most of the time don’t even realize. It is said that one out of six young people are going through depression, a big number of […]

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Children and Technology

We are living in a world where children are surrounded by computers, phones, and social media, things called the ‘internet.’ Even though the web brings amazing chances for studying, talking, and making art, it also causes worries because kids might face dangers or grow up wrong. Children who are born during the internet age are […]

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Games for Learning

Games have been a popular form of entertainment for decades, but in recent years, they have also become a valuable tool for learning. The use of games in education has been shown to have a positive impact on learning outcomes, engagement, and motivation. One of the main benefits of using games for learning is that […]


A Mother’s Love

Among lots of human relationships, none is as universally deeply cherished as the bond between a mother and her child. Motherly love, a symphony of emotions that goes beyond boundaries, is an ever present force that shapes lives and leaves a mark on the human experience. From the moment a child takes it’s first breath, […]

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Understanding Child Participation from a Child’s Perspective

Imagine a world where children aren’t just seen but heard, where their opinions carry weight, and their voices shape the decisions that impact their lives.  This is the essence of child participation, it is the engagement of children in the matters that concern them. Child participation is not just a concept but it is a […]

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Samburu: Cutting Off Cultural Customs and Gender Inequalities to Promote Inclusive Education

World Vision Kenya, in partnership with the Ministries of Interior and Education, has set out on a revolutionary mission to address the cultural and regional barriers that hinders education in Samburu County, Kenya. The initiative seeks to safeguard children from harmful cultural practices and make sure that all children of school age have access to […]

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Is Teenage Fashion A Taboo?

Is teenage fashion a taboo? Personally, the answer lies in the eyes of the beholder. Some may perceive it as such, while others may see it as a natural part of adolescent development, a journey of self-discovery and expression. Teenage fashion is the clothing styles and trends that are popular among teenagers. It is often […]

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Period Poverty, A Girl Child Crisis

Some of you may ask, What is period poverty. From my understanding, period poverty is generally lacking access to menstrual products, education and hygiene resources needed when having a period. Now, Let’s talk about this. Is period poverty a girl’s crisis? Most people think it’s not but I fully disagree and and support the fact […]