There is a worldwide clamour to ensure that children are not closed in orphanages. Over time after in depth research it has been proven that the effects of holding children in these facilities are far reaching and negative to their social,physical and psychological development and sadly in some cases it is even permanent damage. Research... Continue Reading →
How to Apply for YALI
YALI is young African Leadership Initiative. This is a flagship program of the US government through the former US president Barack Obama and ongoing to help raise African future leaders. YALI has three components; YALI network, Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF) and the YALI Regional Leadership Centre. The YALI Regional Leadership Centres are three in Africa:... Continue Reading →
Ciala Girls Tournament: A big Success!
The successes of Ciala girls tournament is something that I have not written about, reason being a lot has just happened. The day this tournament was coming to an end (12th December- Jamhuri day) I received a call that I had received an award for the work we've done to keep girls in schools and... Continue Reading →
Holiday Preparation for Adolescents: –
In a week or so we shall have our children back home for the 2019 April holiday. What a nice feeling for the children, parents, and teachers as well! Children and teachers will take a break from daily hectic routine to enjoy a more relaxing environment. Will parents (of Teenagers) have the same experience? YES... Continue Reading →
Justice at Last !
Help me celebrate this Beacon teachers Victory! A pedophile we took to Maseno Law Courts has been given been handed a 20 year jail term. This is after back and fourth trip to the courts from 2017 October!(Do you remember the woman you champions( read Beacon teachers) helped contribute some money to build a house... Continue Reading →
Beacon Teachers fated.
On 12th December 2018, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta conferred upon four Beacon teachers the much coveted Head of State Commendation (HSC) awards. They were part of other 300 Kenyans who were decorated by the head of state during the national Jamhuri Day Celebration. Thuku Njuguna,Tony Abele, Ezekiel Kitulu and Robert Omwa were fated as part... Continue Reading →
It’s Not All Doom and Gloom
By Esther Atieno. A shambaboy who defiled a girl has been handed life imprisonment! This happened last week Friday according to reports reaching TotoSmile.This happened after the prosecution team presented a watertight case! This comes against a backdrop of a lot of disillusionment by Child rights activists after reports emerged that over 350,000 girls between... Continue Reading →
Each School needs a Social worker!
By Jerry Blessing. Alternative discipline is taking route in Kenyan schools today, thanks to Teachers Service Commission, Plan International, Kenya Network of Beacon Teachers,CREAW among other bodies that Champion for the well being of children.Care givers are dropping the cane.Corporal punishment is being shunned by people who were known to widely use it: the teachers.... Continue Reading →
Cases of sexual abuse in Kenyan schools: Shocking Revelations !
News of late has been awash of sexual abuse in this school and sexual abuse in that school. This is a worrying trend considering that these learners are found in boarding school. Most parents and well wishers take their children to boarding schools with hope that they are going to find conducive environment to study,... Continue Reading →
This is a nice initiative that I want and must be part of it. With the few guidelines I want…
Well said Hannington. Your support during that tournament was second to non
am so proud of Irene. The partnership has helped spot our girls with talent.. more to come please
Talk to me brother, have you applied?
Call me on 0722483048 we can talk, I want you at the centre