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Redefining the fun in science exploration PDF Print E-mail

energy-battleAs early as nine a.m last Saturday, Little Einsteins East Africa were already setting up their stands at the Aga Khan High School (Waiyaki Way) in Nairobi, Kenya. Children as young as three years old were preparing to make homemade thermometers, rockets and parachutes. Others were ready to showcase their science experiments to answer questions like why things float on water, how to prevent rust, how a diaper works and even simple ways of making a special day pop-up message.

Little Einsteins Science Fair PDF Print E-mail

Science FairLittle Einsteins East Africa
will be hosting its very first Annual Science fair in Nairobi, Kenya this Saturday May 13 2017. The event will take place at the Aga Khan High School on Waiyaki Way from ten a.m. to four p.m. The theme for this year will be ‘Innovation through imagination’.

Geocycle launches in Kenya PDF Print E-mail

Geocycle launchOn Tuesday this week, Geocycle launched a zero-residue waste management solution for Kenya. Through diverting waste from landfills, Geocycle preserves land equivalent to the size of 85 football fields, processes 14 Million tonnes of waste material worldwide, saves energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Besides, its existence in all the continents, the global waste management service provider also operates in eight African countries including Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, South Africa among others.

Championship & Innovation at the 2016 National Music Festivals PDF Print E-mail

Sony Academy ready for the stageThere was lots of talent and activity at this year’s 2016 Kenya Schools and Colleges National Music Festivals. The event, which was held at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi, Kenya ran from the August 8 to August 19 2016. Over 200,000 people participated in the various categories ranging from songs and dances to verses, public speaking among others.

Manchester United supports Child Africa PDF Print E-mail

Man United supportOn Friday last week, Child Africa International (a child support NGO and the publishers of BINGWA Magazine) received hundreds of playing kits from Manchester United. The kits included balls, jerseys and boots from the much loved team.

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