Church accuses State of seeking to cripple its firms
Archbishop Maurice Muhatia said there has been deliberate intent by the gov't to undermine the role of the Catholic Church, and all Faiths as safeguards of morality in society.
By 1 month ago
Church accuses State of seeking to cripple its firms
From orphanages to family set-up, foster care parents recall journey
Fostering teenagers has been identified as a key challenge in providing alternative care for children because most of them have developed particular characters.
By 1 month ago
From orphanages to family set-up, foster care parents recall journey
Children no one wants as clock ticks to phase out orphanages
National Care Reform Strategy proposes placing children in alternative family care. Donors are being encouraged to support children from within their families and communities.
By 1 month ago
Children no one wants as clock ticks to phase out orphanages
Dependency syndrome in children's homes ruining proper growth
Numerous studies have evidenced that institutions are damaging to the children and cannot replace family environment. The experience is even worse for children below three years.
By 1 month ago
Dependency syndrome in children's homes ruining proper growth
Foster families will be given priority in Inua Jamii, says PS
Families seeking to be enrolled in the Cash Transfer programme and have children in Charitable Children Institutions (CCI’s) will be given priority.
By 1 month ago
Foster families will be given priority in Inua Jamii, says PS
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Why State plans to phase out children's homes
The idea is remove vulnerable children and orphans and transition them to family and community-based care before the 2032 deadline.
By 1 month ago
Why State plans to phase out children's homes
Study shows children who grow in children homes have low IQs and stunted growth
Most children who grew up in children's homes suffer stunted growth, have low Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and experience abnormal social development.
By 1 month ago
Study shows children who grow in children homes have low IQs and stunted growth
The legacy of Rita Tinina: A humble and dedicated journalist
For more than two decades, Tinina reported many stories. She had the nose for news and reported stories with accuracy and clarity.
By 1 month ago
The legacy of Rita Tinina: A humble and dedicated journalist
Meta unveils alerts on platforms to help trace abducted children
Users of Facebook and Instagram will receive alerts of missing children in their news feeds as Interior PS terms initiative groundbreaking in marking pivotal milestone to protect children.
By 1 month ago
Meta unveils alerts on platforms to help trace abducted children
Colleagues eulogise Rita Tinina as humble, dedicated journalist
Rita Tinina was a magnet that attracted colleagues. And for this reason, she had a pet name for her colleagues.
By 1 month ago
Colleagues eulogise Rita Tinina as humble, dedicated journalist
Government to enroll all elders in cash transfer plan
Social Protection and Senior Citizens Affairs Principal Secretary Joseph Motari said all eligible older persons will be onboarded into the programme.
By 2 months ago
Government to enroll all elders in cash transfer plan
Paralysed woman charts her way out of pain through craft, music
Muthoni’s spinal cord was severely injured in a car accident, leaving her with three-quarter paralysis. She is now the leader of a self-help group.
By 2 months ago
Paralysed woman charts her way out of pain through craft, music
LSK to sue KRA for illegal collection of housing levy
“There is no legal basis to deduct the housing levy and this action amounts to contempt of court and arbitrary imposition of tax," said outgoing LSK president Eric Theuri.
By 2 months ago
LSK to sue KRA for illegal collection of housing levy
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Mystery of child taken from home but DCI waiting 'for statement'
What started as a naive boy talk has turned into a full-blown investigation spiced with allegations of trafficking spreading between counties, countries and continents.
By 2 months ago
Mystery of child taken from home but DCI waiting 'for statement'
Activists raise alarm as women attacked on witchcraft claims
Aleya, a resident of Rongumo clan in Kargi was beaten to death on February 18, 2024, by a group of morans on instructions of elders from the Rendille community.
By 2 months ago
Activists raise alarm as women attacked on witchcraft claims
State disburses Sh2. 1 billion for Inua Jamii beneficiaries
The individuals are part of the 1,233,149 beneficiaries under the Inua Jamii Programme.
By 3 months ago
State disburses Sh2. 1 billion for Inua Jamii beneficiaries
State disburses Sh2.1 billion for Inua Jamii beneficiaries
200,000 beneficiaries of the Inua Jamii programme will start receiving their monthly stipend after the government releases Sh2.1 billion for January disbursements.
By 3 months ago
State disburses Sh2.1 billion for Inua Jamii beneficiaries
Cabinet approves new Bill to enhance human rights
The Bill which was approved by the Cabinet seeks to enhance and to implement the right to social protection for citizens through the Social Protection Department.
By 3 months ago
Cabinet approves new Bill to enhance human rights
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Waeni's murder: Danger signs to watch to avoid online predators
Police sources have traced an online conversation between the victim and a stranger as digital experts give clues on how young people can be lured to danger.
By 3 months ago
Waeni's murder: Danger signs to watch to avoid online predators
Youth embrace theatre and dance to advocate social, political justice
The group uses music, plays, poems, spoken word and dance to champion against injustices such as police brutality, extra-judicial killings and forced disappearance.
By 4 months ago
Youth embrace theatre and dance to advocate social, political justice
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Questions as 2,000 now set to join Form One without sitting KCPE
Education stakeholders, however, oppose the move, term it a serious breach of policy. CS defends the decision saying the learners will sit a qualifying exam at Form Three.
By 4 months ago
Questions as 2,000 now set to join Form One without sitting KCPE
School feeding programme targets four million learners
PS Belio Kipsang said the programme targets four million learners and additional funding of Sh7.7 billion will be required to successfully implement the same.
By 4 months ago
School feeding programme targets four million learners
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'How I won Sh3 million for making plastic from water weed'
Nguthiru’s startup project of converting water hyacinth into biodegradable plastics saw him recognised and awarded USD20,000 (Sh3 million) at COP28 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
By 4 months ago
'How I won Sh3 million for making plastic from water weed'
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Sorry state of major airports exposed
A new report has exposed the sorry state of Kenya’s three major airports, ranging from defective and inadequate infrastructure and electro-mechanical facilities.
By 4 months ago
Sorry state of major airports exposed
Special unit to be set up to probe road accidents
Murkomen expresses optimism the unit will give actual and independent outcomes. CS announces plans to retrain and retest drivers as well as revamping curriculum in driving schools.
By 5 months ago
Special unit to be set up to probe road accidents
Nine CSs, 11 governors feted with State honours
Nine Cabinet Secretaries and 11 governors are among more than 900 individuals who were awarded State commendations by President William Ruto during the 60th Jamhuri Day celebrations.
By 5 months ago
Nine CSs, 11 governors feted with State honours
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Njenga's 'Healing the Mind' book reveals pain of mental illness
In a chapter on office politics and its relation to mental health, individuals raise questions on discrimination, criticism, absenteeism, office relationships, and gender biases.
By 7 months ago
Njenga's 'Healing the Mind' book reveals pain of mental illness
Kenya signs deal for nursing jobs in Saudi Arabia
The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection announced job vacancies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for nurses and midwives, inviting Kenyans to apply for these positions.
By 10 months ago
Kenya signs deal for nursing jobs in Saudi Arabia
Kenya signs deal for nursing, midwifery jobs in Saudi Arabia
The bilateral labour agreement signals departure from mistreatment and exploitation of Kenya migrant workers in the gulf.
By 10 months ago
Kenya signs deal for nursing, midwifery jobs in Saudi Arabia
Church accuses State of seeking to cripple its firms
Archbishop Maurice Muhatia said there has been deliberate intent by the gov't to undermine the role of the Catholic Church, and all Faiths as safeguards of morality in society.
By 1 month ago
Church accuses State of seeking to cripple its firms
From orphanages to family set-up, foster care parents recall journey
Fostering teenagers has been identified as a key challenge in providing alternative care for children because most of them have developed particular characters.
By 1 month ago
From orphanages to family set-up, foster care parents recall journey
Children no one wants as clock ticks to phase out orphanages
National Care Reform Strategy proposes placing children in alternative family care. Donors are being encouraged to support children from within their families and communities.
By 1 month ago
Children no one wants as clock ticks to phase out orphanages
Dependency syndrome in children's homes ruining proper growth
Numerous studies have evidenced that institutions are damaging to the children and cannot replace family environment. The experience is even worse for children below three years.
By 1 month ago
Dependency syndrome in children's homes ruining proper growth
Foster families will be given priority in Inua Jamii, says PS
Families seeking to be enrolled in the Cash Transfer programme and have children in Charitable Children Institutions (CCI’s) will be given priority.
By 1 month ago
Foster families will be given priority in Inua Jamii, says PS
Premium
Why State plans to phase out children's homes
The idea is remove vulnerable children and orphans and transition them to family and community-based care before the 2032 deadline.
By 1 month ago
Why State plans to phase out children's homes
Study shows children who grow in children homes have low IQs and stunted growth
Most children who grew up in children's homes suffer stunted growth, have low Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and experience abnormal social development.
By 1 month ago
Study shows children who grow in children homes have low IQs and stunted growth
The legacy of Rita Tinina: A humble and dedicated journalist
For more than two decades, Tinina reported many stories. She had the nose for news and reported stories with accuracy and clarity.
By 1 month ago
The legacy of Rita Tinina: A humble and dedicated journalist
Meta unveils alerts on platforms to help trace abducted children
Users of Facebook and Instagram will receive alerts of missing children in their news feeds as Interior PS terms initiative groundbreaking in marking pivotal milestone to protect children.
By 1 month ago
Meta unveils alerts on platforms to help trace abducted children
Colleagues eulogise Rita Tinina as humble, dedicated journalist
Rita Tinina was a magnet that attracted colleagues. And for this reason, she had a pet name for her colleagues.
By 1 month ago
Colleagues eulogise Rita Tinina as humble, dedicated journalist
Government to enroll all elders in cash transfer plan
Social Protection and Senior Citizens Affairs Principal Secretary Joseph Motari said all eligible older persons will be onboarded into the programme.
By 2 months ago
Government to enroll all elders in cash transfer plan
Creating the UDA monolith: Will Ruto multi-pronged forays work?
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