Break the Cycle of Violence !

The cycle of violence/abuse must be broken so that we protect today’s children and future generation from violence and abuse . Children’s memory tend to replay either the torture they have gone through or the rescue they received in time of torture . When the memory of the children who have passed through our hands … Continue reading Break the Cycle of Violence !


Rape and Clothing!!!

Rebbeca a standard eight girl returned from school one evening.She removed her school uniform, put on her easy, light evening dress and settled on the warm soft couch to watch her favourite program on the television while taking some tea before doing her homework.After a few minutes the mother realises that she forgot  to buy … Continue reading Rape and Clothing!!!

Collective Punishment in Schools:A war crime?

An 11 year old girl has left tongues wagging after she referred to collective punishment in schools as a war crime.Eva Bell says these in a feedback form that her father found she had filled.  This mesmerized the dad as she talked about what many have wanted to talk about,but they didn't know how. The … Continue reading Collective Punishment in Schools:A war crime?

Child Protection song

"Head,Shoulder,Knees and toes.Knees and toes, knees and toes...."  Do you remember this Preschool 1 play song,used to teach body parts? I guess you remember it. It gives Child Protection Beacon Teachers in Kenya the tune  signature for their child protection song.This song brings to the child's knowledge that they need to keep their private parts … Continue reading Child Protection song

​BABY STAR by Shaleen Keshavjee-Gulam:A Book Review.

Praise inspires.Bullying injures Praise inspires.Bullying injures is the author's main message of writing the book.She does a splendid job at bringing this out.With crisp illustration done by Ian Arunga the book is an easy read for both children and adults who love chidrens'books .Anybody will hold this book to have a read. Shaleen Keshavjee-Gulam who … Continue reading ​BABY STAR by Shaleen Keshavjee-Gulam:A Book Review.

Kiboko Burning Ceremony.

Kiboko is a Kiswahili word for cane. Cane has been used for a long long time to 'instil' discipline. It has been believed to make children, spouses, inmates, delinquents, felons among others change their unwanted ways. But research has actually proved the opposite :Any form of physical abuse be it caning, spanking, hitting, shaking, burning, … Continue reading Kiboko Burning Ceremony.