Child Rights Governance

Monday 1 July 2019

Protect children in humanitarian situations

 By Jane Mbagi Mutua- Director Program Development and Quality at Save the Children 

Humanitarian emergencies have a profound impact on children and deprive them of health, nutrition, water and sanitation, education and other basic needs. These include situations of natural disasters including earthquakes, tsunamis and floods, health emergencies and man-made disasters resulting from factors such as armed conflicts and tensions.

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Friday 19 June 2015

ENDING CHILD MARRIAGE IN AFRICA

By Wangari Karuoya

The Day of the African Child was marked on the 16th of June as it always is with  pomp and color as the children held a rally in Marsabit county and an official launch in Migori county. As the Continent marked the day, Save the Children congratulated the Ministry of Labour, Social Development and Services, the Department of Children Services and the National Council for Children Services for working very closely with Civil Society and the public in general in an effort to promote and protect the rights of children in Kenya.

Wednesday 20 May 2015

WE DEMAND TO BE HEARD - CHILDREN OF BUNGOMA COUNTY.

By Bill Kembo

Save the Children in partnership with the Kenya Alliance for Children’s Rights (KAACR) hosted a citizens hearing in Bungoma County on the 15th of May, 2015. The Citizens Hearing is a platform that brings together the community and government leaders to listen to, and act on, the views of citizens on national priorities.  The focus for the day was the health of women, children and new-borns.

Friday 2 May 2014

A LESSON FROM KENYAN CHILDREN

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