MAPPE ARBOREE; AN ART EXHIBITION

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Art unlocks human creativity. Art unites us in mutual admiration of the ability of the human mind. Art takes us beyond the present and into realms that are only limited by our imagination. Art inspires our emotions. Art is a means of earning a comfortable living. At Action for Children

Volunteer Reflections

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I am Mercy Nyambura Gatuguta. I am an easygoing person who likes analyzing statistics. I volunteered at Action for Children in Conflict (AFCIC) for three months since May 2018 to August 2018.   The quote by Brian Tracy “Be a lifelong student; the more you learn, the more you earn

Volunteer Reflections

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I am Caroline Cullinan from USA. I am passionate about sustainable development, thus I chose to volunteer with Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) so as to gain a practical understanding and experience about sustainable development in On May 28th, 2018, after 30 hours of travel from my country of

DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD

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The 16th June of every year is celebrated as the Day of the African Child. It is a day where all stakeholders on children’s rights reflect on the plight of children in the region. It is also a day to reflect on how far as a continent, we have advanced

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MAPPE ARBOREE; AN ART EXHIBITION

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Mar 15
Art unlocks human creativity. Art unites us in mutual admiration of the ability of the human mind. Art takes us beyond the present and into realms that are only limited by our imagination. Art inspires our emotions. Art is a means of earning a comfortable living. At Action for Children

Volunteer Reflections

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Aug 06
I am Mercy Nyambura Gatuguta. I am an easygoing person who likes analyzing statistics. I volunteered at Action for Children in Conflict (AFCIC) for three months since May 2018 to August 2018.   The quote by Brian Tracy “Be a lifelong student; the more you learn, the more you earn

Volunteer Reflections

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Jul 16
I am Caroline Cullinan from USA. I am passionate about sustainable development, thus I chose to volunteer with Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) so as to gain a practical understanding and experience about sustainable development in On May 28th, 2018, after 30 hours of travel from my country of

DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD

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Jun 25
The 16th June of every year is celebrated as the Day of the African Child. It is a day where all stakeholders on children’s rights reflect on the plight of children in the region. It is also a day to reflect on how far as a continent, we have advanced

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR STREET CHILDREN AND WHAT IT REALLY MEANS

Are you aware that there is an International Day for street children? And that it is takes place on 12th April? The First International Day for street children was launched on 14th April, 2011 with an aim of providing a platform on which Street Children around the world can voice

MAPPE ARBOREE; AN ART EXHIBITION

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Mar 15
Art unlocks human creativity. Art unites us in mutual admiration of the ability of the human mind. Art takes us beyond the present and into realms that are only limited by our imagination. Art inspires our emotions. Art is a means of earning a comfortable living. At Action for Children

Volunteer Reflections

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Aug 06
I am Mercy Nyambura Gatuguta. I am an easygoing person who likes analyzing statistics. I volunteered at Action for Children in Conflict (AFCIC) for three months since May 2018 to August 2018.   The quote by Brian Tracy “Be a lifelong student; the more you learn, the more you earn

Volunteer Reflections

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Jul 16
I am Caroline Cullinan from USA. I am passionate about sustainable development, thus I chose to volunteer with Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) so as to gain a practical understanding and experience about sustainable development in On May 28th, 2018, after 30 hours of travel from my country of

DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD

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Jun 25
The 16th June of every year is celebrated as the Day of the African Child. It is a day where all stakeholders on children’s rights reflect on the plight of children in the region. It is also a day to reflect on how far as a continent, we have advanced

IS IT PLAUSIBLE TO ADVOCATE FOR THE CREATION OF MOBILE CHILDREN COURTS TO ADRESS THE INCESSANT ABUSE OF THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD?

Upon a cursory look of the current operations of the children’s courts throughout the country, it is succinctly clear that there has been some remarkable progress pertaining to the way the children cases are addressed. There has been a realization that the rights of the child are primary and that

MAPPE ARBOREE; AN ART EXHIBITION

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Mar 15
Art unlocks human creativity. Art unites us in mutual admiration of the ability of the human mind. Art takes us beyond the present and into realms that are only limited by our imagination. Art inspires our emotions. Art is a means of earning a comfortable living. At Action for Children

Volunteer Reflections

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Aug 06
I am Mercy Nyambura Gatuguta. I am an easygoing person who likes analyzing statistics. I volunteered at Action for Children in Conflict (AFCIC) for three months since May 2018 to August 2018.   The quote by Brian Tracy “Be a lifelong student; the more you learn, the more you earn

Volunteer Reflections

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Jul 16
I am Caroline Cullinan from USA. I am passionate about sustainable development, thus I chose to volunteer with Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) so as to gain a practical understanding and experience about sustainable development in On May 28th, 2018, after 30 hours of travel from my country of

DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD

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Jun 25
The 16th June of every year is celebrated as the Day of the African Child. It is a day where all stakeholders on children’s rights reflect on the plight of children in the region. It is also a day to reflect on how far as a continent, we have advanced

CULTURES AND OUR ANCIENT TRADITIONAL VALUES ARE STILL RENDERING THE UPHOLDING OF THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD MORE DIFFICULT.

The core values that we hold as human beings are often rarely discarded. This entails values which were inculcated into us at a tender age and which more often than not have formed and played an instrumental role in guiding the way we rationalize things and our general cognitive thinking