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School children in Kenya prepare for world record attempt PDF Print E-mail

First read-aloud of the year takes place in preparation for the World Record Attempt in 2015

read aloud stir-upBINGWA Magazine joined the one thousand pupils of Kilimani Primary School for a read-aloud stir-up last week Friday. The very first one this year, the read-aloud brought together school children in Nairobi and Murang’a County in Kenya to read from the same text at the same time. In 2011, a national record of the same kind was set on the Day of the African Child.

The aim of the stir-up was to excite the children about reading in preparation for the 2015 Guiness World Record Attempt of the same.

Child Africa announces BOLD new move PDF Print E-mail

Child Africa’s new move is aimed at eradicating corruption in Africa through children

Child Africa Chairman explains the new anti-corruption Initiative“Corruption is the biggest vice in Africa today and we believe there’s a better, more sure way to eradicate it. Our focus has now shifted from just educating and entertaining the children of Africa to ‘fighting corruption by building integrity in the children of Africa’.  We believe that the only way to eradicate corruption in Africa is through the children.

10 of our favourite words by Nelson Mandela PDF Print E-mail

Nelson Mandela on childrenSouth Africa’s first black president and Nobel Peace Laureate Nelson Mandela will always be remembered for his contribution to freedom, justice and democracy throughout the world. He was even elected the Decades’ Child Rights Hero 2009 for his lifelong struggle for children’s rights. With his passing, it’s important to remember him as we find our own ways of promoting peace, equality and doing good no matter what.

Child Africa joins fight against child abuse PDF Print E-mail

Child Africa joins the commemoration of the ‘World Day for Prevention of Abuse and Violence against children in Nairobi

Say no to unncessary shaking of handsIn two different classrooms, the girls and boys of Cheryl’s Childrens’ Home listened attentively to tips on how to avoid child abuse-specifically rape.

The cooking pot, celebrating Kenya at 50 PDF Print E-mail

Riara Springs Primary School’s music concert

Dubbed ‘The Cooking Pot’, Riara Springs Primary School’s concert on Friday 27th September 2013 was a celebration of Kenya at 50 with a strong message of peace, conservation and unity.

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