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In the fight against drug abuse, scare tactics don’t work

OPINION

Scare tactics can trigger the behaviours they are meant to prevent.

In the fight against drug abuse, scare tactics don’t work

By Caroline Kahiu | 1 month ago

Drunk and disorderly primary school learners: Between parents, teachers and the alcohol vendor, who is to blame?

Drunk and disorderly primary school learners: Between parents, teachers and the alcohol vendor, who is to blame?

Many years ago, there was this talk that it is parents who expose their children to alcohol, when they are still in primary school.

Clay Muganda | 2 months ago

Kisumu youth’s painful fight to get out of heroin addiction

There are 245 heroin addicts undergoing rehabilitation at a local wellness centre.

Kevine Omollo | 2 months ago

Drunk and disorderly primary school learners: Between parents, teachers and the alcohol vendor, who is to blame?

Many years ago, there was this talk that it is parents who expose their children to alcohol, when they are still in primary school.

Clay Muganda | 2 months ago

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