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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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

Child Labour

  Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstone of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development. Most children in our society are denied this right due to poverty and are forced to look for work at a tender age. Those who employ

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

Bridging the Gap: Josiah’s Journey Towards his Dream

Just like the water lilies blossom every morning, every child needs a chance to blossom every single day. Josiah Waitende is a 10 year old boy under the care of Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) at the Interim Care Centre. Josiah’s mother, Ann Njeri, is a single mother who

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

The Disabled also have rights

Nelson Kuria* is a single blind 60 year old man living in Gatanga village, Muranga County. Kuria was living in Narok when his dad passed on in 2003. Although his dad was poor, he managed to leave him a piece of land. Kuria was elated by the news, gathered his

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

Governance and Mentorship Forum

Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) through its Child Lead the Way programme (CLTW) conducted governance and mentorship forum for its high school sponsored students on 15 August 2014 at the main hall. The forum organised by the CLTW team, brought together 136 students and ten facilitators. The forum addressed