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‘ARE OUR CHILDREN LEARNING?’ REPORT SAYS EAST AFRICA’S PUBLIC EDUCATION LEAVES A LOT TO BE DESIRED

The quality of primary school education in East Africa is wanting, a new report has revealed. According to the findings of the report titled Are Our Children Learning? Literacy and Numeracy Across East Africa released by Uwezo, despite the significant increment in the number of children accessing primary education, actual literacy and numeracy outcomes remain […]

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NEW MALARIA VACCINE COULD BE AVAILABLE WITHIN TWO YEARS

1,000 children day every day in Africa from malaria, 34,000 of those deaths every year are of children under five years old in Kenya. At last however, there is potentially good news that the scourge of malaria may be considerably reduced in the not too distant future. NEW VACCINE COULD SAVE 200,000 LIVES A YEAR […]

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IS KENYA WINNING THE WAR AGAINST HIV AIDS?

Kenya has been applauded for being among six African countries that have recorded a distinctive drop in new HIV infections in children, according to a report by the joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). The number of children newly infected with HIV in the country is said to have decreased by 40 per cent […]

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THE TEACHERS STRIKE IN KENYA AND THE CONSTITUTION: WHO’S RIGHT ABOUT RIGHTS?

Two parents, Valerie Namtilu Wafula and Susan Wangari, have filed a legal action in Milimani Law Courts arguing that the teachers’ strike ‘will cause irreparable damage’ to students. The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) says the strike is legal under section 41 of the new Constitution. So, what does the new Constitution have to […]

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