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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.

Kids Festival August 2014 PDF Print E-mail

The learning and fun edition

Bahati performing“This was our first time and I really had a great time. I especially loved how the musicians entertained the kids as well as nurturing of young talent. I must attend the next one,” said Sarah Waithera, one of the parents who attended the 2nd August 2014 Kids Festival at the Carnivore Grounds in Nairobi, Kenya

An exciting journey PDF Print E-mail

bingwa 12 coverProducing BINGWA Magazine issue 12 June 2014

When we started BINGWA in 2009, our dream was to create a magazine that would be read and enjoyed by children across Africa - entertaining, teaching, uniting, and cheering them on as they pursued their greatness as individuals and communities.We wanted them to discover the joy of reading even when they were not seeking answers to exam questions. This way, important attributes such as integrity and self-confidence would begin to grow in them and become their walking sticks in their long journey to becoming Africa's inimitable champions.

Child Africa-BINGWA joins in the marking of the Safer Internet Day PDF Print E-mail

Informing the young about the internet today

Safer pupils have some funAlong with other organisations such as Watoto Watch Network, Terre des Hommes, The Internet Society-Kenya Chapter, Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK), DiploFoundation, and Childline Kenya, Child Africa-BINGWA joined in the marking of the Safer Internet Day at Strathmore University yesterday.

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