Champions today!

The fight against corruption must begin with the children.

Champions today! Champions today!

Celebrating Kenya at 50

Riara Springs Primary School pupils perform a Swahili piece titled ‘Tamduni Zetu’ at their annual concert.

Celebrating Kenya at 50 Celebrating Kenya at 50

Always a good time for tree-planting

Muraka Primary School pupils join BINGWA Partnerships Coordinator Claudiah Gachimbi in planting a tree.

Always a good time for tree-planting Always a good time for tree-planting

Shared light moments

Child Africa founder Julie Solberg shares a light moment with Child Africa School pupils.

Shared light moments Shared light moments

BINGWA Readers

BINGWA readers from Hill School, Eldoret sent us this photo of themselves enjoying the magazine.

BINGWA Readers BINGWA Readers

Trivia Star

A pupil at Cherly’s Childrens’ Home receives a copy of BINGWA Magazine for correctly answering BINGWA trivia questions.

Trivia Star Trivia Star

Water drop

A drawing received from Rebecca Antonetti of Rainbow International School, Uganda

Water drop Water drop

Matatu from Watamu

The read aloud stir-up at the 2013 Storymoja Hay Festival.

Matatu from Watamu Matatu from Watamu

Bold new move

Child Africa Chairman Rino Solberg announcing the bold new move that will fight corruption and build integrity in the children of Africa.

Bold new move Bold new move

First read-aloud of the year

The first 2014 read-aloud stir-up at Kilimani Primary School in preparation for the 2015 Guiness World Record attempt.

First read-aloud of the year


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