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Friday 19 June 2015

FATHERS REPORT LAUNCHED IN NAIROBI

Around 80% of the world’s men and boys will become fathers in their lifetime. This was stated at the media launch of the first ever ‘State of the World’s Fathers’ report 2015 that took place in Nairobi.

Monday 15 June 2015

A CHANCE TO BE HEARD.

By Wangari Karuoya

Save the Children in partnership with World Vision hosted a citizens hearing in Lodwar Mixed Primary School in Turkana County on the 12th of June, 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 with a bit of discussion on the issues of insecurity and poverty which are rampant in the area.

Wednesday 27 May 2015

THE CONCEPT OF HUMAN DIGNITY NEVER AGES.

As part of Global Moves for Justice, HelpAge in collaboration with a cohort of partners, including Save the Children (Action 2015) organized a rally and a public forum in Nairobi on the 22nd of May 2015 in support of inclusion of persons of all ages in the sustainable development goals agenda.

Children, youth and older persons turned up in numbers to influence world leaders as they make final preparations for the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals summit in September and the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in December.

Wednesday 20 May 2015

FORUM ON ACTION 2015 AND THE POST 2015 AGENDA IN NAKURU COUNTY

Nakuru County was on the 24th of April 2015, host to close to 80 delegates attending the first Action 2015 Kenya county engagement meeting for youth dubbed Nakuru County Action 2015\Post 2015 Youth Forum. The County forum was the brain child of Dandelion Kenya and Global Coalition against Poverty (GCAP) in close collaboration with the Save the Children International Kenya Action 2015 team.

 

Wednesday 6 May 2015

KENYA’S URBAN CHILD SURVIVAL GAP WIDENS

Dr. David Gitanga (left), the Chair of the Kenya Paediatrics Association and Duncan Harvey, the Save the Children Country Director poring over the report

 

By Wangari Karuoya

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