Bingwa Magazine Recent Photos Photo <![CDATA[A poem for the occasion]]>  A Muraka Primary School pupil performs a poem at the BINGWA stakeholders breakfast.]]> <![CDATA[Artsy painting]]>  At the 2013 Storymoja Hay Festival, Nairobi National Museum.]]> <![CDATA[Water drop]]>  A drawing received from Rebecca Antonetti of Rainbow International School, Uganda.]]> <![CDATA[Matatu from Watamu]]>  The read aloud stir-up at the 2013 Storymoja Hay Festival.]]> <![CDATA[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.]]> <![CDATA[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.]]> <![CDATA[Shared light moments]]>  Child Africa founder Julie Solberg shares a light moment with Child Africa School pupils.]]> <![CDATA[BINGWA Readers]]>  BINGWA readers from Hill School, Eldoret sent us this photo of themselves enjoying the magazine.]]> <![CDATA[Trivia Star]]>  A pupil at Cherly’s Childrens’ Home receives a copy of BINGWA Magazine for correctly answering BINGWA trivia questions.]]> <![CDATA[Always a good time for tree-planting]]>  Muraka Primary School pupils join BINGWA Partnerships Coordinator Claudiah Gachimbi in planting a tree.]]> <![CDATA[Champions today!]]>  The fight against corruption must begin with the children.]]> <![CDATA[Celebrating Kenya at 50]]>  Riara Springs Primary School pupils perform a Swahili piece titled ‘Tamduni Zetu’ at their annual concert]]> <![CDATA[At the Breakfast for champions]]>  Teachers, pupils and other attendees enjoy the 'Breakfast for champions']]> <![CDATA[They too raised their hands…]]>  Attendees raise their hands in response to a question]]> <![CDATA[Reading BINGWA Magazine]]>  The BINGWA Champions check out copies of BINGWA Magazine]]> <![CDATA[All the way from Hill School, Eldoret]]>  Teacher Vidija Dalizu and two of his pupils from Hill School-Eldoret]]> <![CDATA[Why I love BINGWA]]>  Esther Lukatsiva performs a poem in praise of BINGWA]]> <![CDATA[Behind BINGWA]]>  From left to right_ Child Africa Media Managing Director Jean-Paul Deprins, BINGWA-Uganda representative Humprey Nabimanya and Child Africa Media Chairman Rino Solberg]]> <![CDATA[Pleasant Suprise]]>  The Child Africa Media Chairman, Rino Solberg and the Project Director Mundia Muchiri]]> <![CDATA[Attentive folk]]>  The Child Africa Media and Government Spokesman's Office teams give all their attention]]> <![CDATA[The vote of thanks]]>  Child Africa Media Managing Director Jean-Paul Deprins gives a vote of thanks]]> <![CDATA[The BINGWA team with young champion]]>  Claudiah Gachimbi and Winnie Anyona of BINGWA Magazine with a BINGWA champion from Muraka Primary School, Kakamega]]> <![CDATA[Future plans to ensure a BINGWA president]]>  The Child Africa Media chairman Rino Solberg talks about the future of BINGWA Magazine]]> <![CDATA[Planning ahead]]>  From left to right_ Child Africa Media project director Mundia Muchiri with John Muthengia os Sumaria Industries, manufacturers of Aim ballpoint pen]]> <![CDATA[With BINGWA champions]]>  Eudiah Kamonjo of BINGWA Magazine with the young BINGWA champions]]> <![CDATA[The artwork display]]>  Eudiah Kamonjo of BINGWA Magazine with the young BINGWA champions]]> <![CDATA[At the registration desk]]>  Stephen Sambu of Hill School, Eldoret checks out Stephen Sambu of Hill School, Eldoret checks out the artwork display from readers of BINGWA Magazine]]> <![CDATA[The entertainment]]>  Champions entertain the guests]]> <![CDATA[BINGWA distribution team]]>  BINGWA distribution and promotions representative s Claudiah Gachimbi and Humprey Nabimanya]]> <![CDATA[The discussions]]>  The Government spokesman Muthui Kariuki and the MC Stephen Sambu of Hill School, Eldoret]]> <![CDATA[The interactions]]>  The BINGWA team interacts with guests at the event]]> <![CDATA[The emcee]]>  The BINGWA champion emcee Stephen Sambu of Hill School, Eldoret]]> <![CDATA[The young car maker]]>  Timothy Musau of Kileleshwa Primary School explains his invention to Sue-Ellen, a university of Nairobi student and Equity Foundation beneficiary]]> <![CDATA[1. About BINGWA]]>  Sales & marketing executive Winnie Anyona of Bingwa Magazine speaks about the various opportunities at BINGWA]]> <![CDATA[Winners]]>  The winning team]]> <![CDATA[Celebration]]>  Best player]]> <![CDATA[Cup]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Photo]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Photo]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Moment to hold the cup]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Showing the Medal]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Runners Up]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Awarding of Medals]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Photo]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Receiving a trophy]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Listening keenly]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Coach Advice]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Chasing the ball]]>  ]]> <![CDATA[Tackle]]>  A rough tackle is a common thing in football. The referee comes to the aid of a Rusinga player, fouled by an ISK defender]]> <![CDATA[Photo]]>  ]]>