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Thirteen-year old to launch fantasy fiction novel PDF Print E-mail

MagicJoseph Bokea, a thirteen year-old student at Aga Khan Academy Nairobi, will this Saturday July 18 2015 launch his debut novel Magic. The launch will take place at the Goethe Institut Nairobi, Kenya from 11.00 am to 1.30pm.

Out and About in Kenya PDF Print E-mail

Claudiah of Bingwa Magazine and Lyne Mukami of the Kenya Children AssemblyOur latest issues’ distribution activities

The BINGWA Magazine team was at it again, visiting schools to give them the latest issue of the magazine-Issue 14 Term II 2015. This time, the highlights include the 2015 Day of the African child theme on ending child marriage, tips on how to rememeber better, your favourite comics, stories and poems from readers among other captivating items.

We managed to visit and deliver magazines to new schools in Migori and Kisii. We were pleasantly surprised when pupils at Nyakungu D.O.K Primary School in Kisii performed some traditional music, poetry, and dance for us. May their talent keep taking them places.

National celebrations on the 2015 Day of the African Child PDF Print E-mail

Faith OkinyiKuria-West Sub County in Migori, Kenya host the celebrations

The Day of the African Child is celebrated every June 16 since 1990. This year, Child Africa (Kenya Office) joined the National Council for Children’s Services (NCCS) and other stakeholders in marking this special day in Migori County, Kenya. The celebrations began with hundreds of children happily marching to Tarang’anya Boys High School in Kuria-West Sub County, Migori. Led by a talented brass-band, the children played their instruments, sang and danced all the way across Kehancha town where they inspired a number of locals to join the procession.

Official launch of NCCS policy documents PDF Print E-mail

National Council for Children’s Services launch documents

Kirigiti Girls PerformingOn Friday morning May 29 2015, children from the Nairobi Children’s Home and Kirigiti Girls’ Rehabilitation School & Reception Centre were gathered at the Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC). Representatives from UNICEF, Goal Kenya, Child Fund, Save the Children International, University Research Company (URC), Child Africa among other organisations working with children soon joined them. Within no time, the conference room was packed with excited people-all eager to learn about these policy documents which will pave the way for NCCS and its partners for the next couple of years.

Artists for children with special needs PDF Print E-mail

Dancing TimeA group of artists braved the early morning chill on Friday April 24 2015 to travel to Maai Mahiu, a journey that took about one hour. The purpose of the trip was to visit Malaika Kids-a community-based school program for children with special needs. The program,which has been in existence for seven years, is run by Comfort the Children (CTC) International.

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