Ending Corporal Punishment in Kenya.

Corporal punishment refers to the use of physical force to inflict pain or discomfort as a form of punishment. It is a common practice in many parts of the world, including Kenya. However, there is growing concern about the negative effects of corporal punishment, especially on children's physical and emotional well-being. In this essay, we... Continue Reading →

Communicating With Adolescents.

It can be challenging to communicate with adolescents, but here are some tips to help: Be a good listener: Adolescents want to be heard and understood. So, when talking to them, try to listen attentively to what they are saying, and give them the chance to express themselves. Be non-judgmental: Adolescents often feel that they... Continue Reading →

PSA at Ogada Children’s Home.

Half term breaks are period for learners to take time off books and just go back home and have some free time with family and loved ones, but for the children in Care facilities the situation is normally different. They got no home to go to. That's why upon invite by Mathews Ouko, at teacher... Continue Reading →


Last Saturday ,23rd November 2019 Sarah Joseph , a certified positive discipline trainer did two trainings in Kisumu at the Kenya National Library- Kisumu. The Positive Discipline Parenting training and Positive Discipline in Classroom drew teachers and parents : an average of 30 each. This much awaited meeting finally happened! It is the first time... Continue Reading →

47 TSC County Directors Beaconised .

Friday 17 May 2019 marks the end of a five day training for 47 Teachers Service Commission County Directors. This well attended meeting at Alps Hotel, Nakuru County managed to bring the teacher managers on board in matters Gender, Disability and Child Protection. This was necessitated by the very high statistics that have been doing... Continue Reading →

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