Education in Kenya has had its fair share of controversy in the past years, but nothing has put bare the missing links as Covid-19. March 15th 2020 — The Kenyan Government orders closure of all schools and colleges nationwide following the discovery of the first case of COVID-19 in Kenya. This disrupts learning for 17 million learners across the country.For the ten months that learners remained at home, a lot… Read More »EDUCATION IN CRISIS
Most artists including, DJs, performing artists like puppeteers, actors and musicians, painters, spoken word artists and generally the entire performing artists family, rely on events to make a living. With the current pandemic restricting and limiting public gatherings, most artists have relied on online spaces to showcase their work. This has had a devastating effect especially on the income and livelihood of the artists and their dependants
Sonia Virdee: The Gift that keeps on Giving Few days ago, we braved the numbing morning weather and set out to talk to a lady whose extraordinary work we’ve been hounding on social media platforms. Upon arrival at her family home in South B, we were welcomed by a rather fierce growl from “Simba”, their 7 year old Rottweiler. But the nervousness of the dog growl was quickly washed away… Read More »#TendaWema | GoodDeeds
Remember when Ugandan controversial academic and women’s right
advocate Dr. Stella Nyanzi stripped naked and provoked a firestorm of debate and flurry of reactions in Uganda?
Kenya is a member of the African Union and a democratic society that has made a commitment to all
citizens, including the youth, to ensure that they are fully involved in all the spheres of the society
including the political sphere.
If battlefields are ever to be drawn, battlefields from where we can take on tribalism, our homes could make pretty much good ones. Nobody is born tribal. Nobody is born hating people from a different tribe. But for what we are told within our households, we end up undermining national cohesion. Thanks to toxic tribal influence, we become our own fears. Thanks to tribalism, we dread even the least dreadful… Read More »The Quest For A Tribeless Nation