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Understanding War, Conflicts, and Genocide: Let’s Learn Together!

Hey kids! Today, we’re going to talk about some big, serious stuff, which is war, conflicts, and genocide. These are things that happen in different parts of the world, like Congo, Sudan, Gaza, Afghanistan, Syria, Rwanda, and more. You might have heard these words before but didn’t really know what they mean. Let’s learn together! […]

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Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day

Every child is special, and that includes those born with Down Syndrome. March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day, a time to celebrate these unique individuals and raise awareness about their abilities. Down Syndrome, also known as Trisomy 21, happens in about 1 in 700 births. It occurs when there’s an extra chromosome 21. This […]

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Why Sex Ed Is More Than Just Birds and Bees

Sex education for children is a hotly debated topic, with people proposing this and opposing that, all of them clashing over if it is necessary and appropriate. However, in the middle of this controversy, one thing remains clear, children need clear sex education now more than ever. Understanding their bodies is necessary for children, yet […]

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Children in Sudan Subjected to Violence and Hunger

As the conflict rages on in Sudan, it is the innocent children of the nation who find themselves most vulnerable and at risk. With escalating violence and instability, the situation for Sudanese children has reached a critical point, marked by staggering statistics from UNICEF. The ongoing conflict in Sudan which has been marked by the […]

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Why Developing Young Talent Matters

Nurturing the next generation of achievers is more important than ever, especially in today’s rapidly changing world. Whether it’s through mentoring, sponsorship, or simply recognizing and supporting unique talents, investing in young people isn’t just a good deed, it’s a requirement for our progress as a society. Take Coach Veronica, for example. She took a […]

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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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Mamlaka Yawaokoa Watoto 16 kutoka kwa Wasafirishaji Haramu huko Nyando

Mnamo Februari tarehe 18, 2024, ripoti ya kutatanisha iliibuka kuhusu ulanguzi wa watoto huko Nyando, Kaunti Ndogo ya Kayole Kenya. Kwa kuzingatia maelezo yaliyotolewa na Afisa wa Ulinzi wa Watoto kutoka Jimbo Kuu la Embakasi, mamlaka kutoka Kituo cha Polisi cha Soweto iliingilia kati kwa wakati. Maafisa hao walipata ufikiaji wa njama ambapo hali za […]

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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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Shattered Dreams of Children Living in War Zones

Children living in war zones are deprived of the opportunity to pursue a normal curriculum, shattering their dreams of becoming architects, engineers, doctors, journalists and more. Instead, they are forced to focus on survival skills amid the harsh realities of hunger and the constant threat of bombings. As the world is celebrating the international day […]

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Children’s Education at Risk as Cholera Crisis Hits 

Lusaka, Zambia’s capital is in the grips of a cholera crisis with 3,757 cases and 128 deaths, forcing the government to postpone school reopening by three weeks. This delay raises concerns about the 2024 academic year’s integrity. The majority of Lusaka’s 3 million residents who are squeezed into 9,150 homes per square kilometer, live in […]