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Covid-19: Socio-Economic Impact on Households

By Constance Ndeleko Survey by Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) The objectives of the survey was to assess the ...

Children’s views on back to school in June

Story by Ann Wambui Students in Kenya have been home for two months since coronavirus became a threat to human ...

11-year-old experience being home in the middle of coronavirus crisis

I haven’t been to school from the 16th of March 2020. This is because of the deadly coronavirus. The president ...

Put your tech gadgets away, bond

Story by Ann Wambui We have all experienced this change of lifestyle since novel coronavirus became part of our daily ...

Mothers. Our greatest treasures.

Story by Ann Wambui Today is a special day and one of my favourite of the year. As I am ...


UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence. And we never give up.


We are relentless in driving change to advance children’s rights and equality for girls by working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners.

Save the Children’s work saves and improves children’s lives around the world. We work to ensure children have healthcare, food and shelter, as well as learning and child protection services when children need it most. We are committed to helping all children achieve their full potential by ensuring they grow up healthy, receive a good education, and stay safe.

CIFF is the world’s largest philanthropy that focuses specifically on improving children’s lives. CIFF works with a wide range of partners, and areas of work include maternal and child health, adolescent sexual health, nutrition, education, deworming, tackling child slavery and exploitation, and supporting smart ways to slow down and stop climate change.

Early Childhood Development, or ECD, is a holistic set of multi-sectoral services and programmes that support a child’s development from prenatal to age eight.



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