In the second part of our series on Kenya’s new education curriculum, Africa Uncensored‘s Joy Kirigia looks at the preparedness of the country.
You Might also like
By John-Allan Namu — 11 months ago
On 10th June this year, Alika celebrated her seventh birthday in the company of friends and family. Her thin lips curled into a crooked smile that slumps ever so slightly on the right side of her face. After cake and presents, she played with her two best friends, the daughters of her legal guardians, Mr. and Mrs. Mehta*. Were it not for the eldest of the two siblings, Soni*, Alika may very well not be alive today.Post Views: 971
By Africa Uncensored — 1 week ago
In our ongoing focus on mental health, Joy Kirigia focuses on the triggers of mental health in the second episode of “I Am Not Okay”.Post Views: 45
By John-Allan Namu — 1 year ago
A criminal case currently before the Chief Magistrate’s Court is drawing back the curtain on two years of an alleged cover-up of serious abuse from within a community built on the exact opposite. At the heart of this case is a six-year-old girl called Alika* (name changed to protect her identity as she is a minor). This series of reports is based on sworn affidavits filed in Kenya’s criminal court and a number of interviews conducted with parties close to the case.Post Views: 1,127