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ENDING PERIOD SHAME AND POVERTY AMONG GIRLS IN THE SLUMS

JIJENGE,JIAMINI,JITOKEZE Jijenge youth is a community-based organization aimed at bettering the lives of children, girls and youths. The icing to the cake is the latest development that the organization has steered through an activity carried out on 16th June 2020. This menstrual hygiene initiative was powered in order to aid in the fight against period poverty and period shame among …

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a celebration honouring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. Here in Jijenge Youth, we not only celebrate mothers but we celebrate heroes, teachers, protectors, our first friends, best friends and forever friends. We thank them; For their prayers each and every time. For their unconditional love, friendship and care. For …

Questionnaire on street children

When adults speak up for the vulnerable and the weak, working and demanding that safety and respect prevail, God’s little lambs are protected and nourished. They know they are not abandoned; they are loved. And the world becomes a little more like heaven as a result. It’s, therefore, our humble request that you please take a little time to fill …

International day for street children

International Day for Street Children has been celebrated globally since 2012, to recognise the humanity, dignity and defiance of street children in the face of unimaginable hardships. We want to rally governments and individuals worldwide to work together to ensure their rights are protected no matter who they are and where they live, even more so in the COVID-19 pandemic.

16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM

Winam Jijenge Youth Organization organized 16 days of gender-based violence activism event for both male and female from 25 November to 10th December to exchange programme activities. This year theme was Orange the world: Generation equality stands against rape. The 16 days of activism was a call to action for all state and non-state actors to promote the awareness of …

MY SAY TODAY

Have you ever asked yourself why people become street children? Do you know what it means to them and there family? Do you realize that external social pressure on individuals to excel academically or meet some high social expectation could make individuals more-likely to become depressed,abuse drugs and even become street child? DO NOT MAKE DEROGATORY COMMENTS ABOUT STREET CHILDREN …

Homeless of kisumu initiative

1st August we were honored to be part of an amazing initiative. It is heartwarming to announce that we are partners alongside other amazing individuals and organizations who are set to bring back dignity to humanity. We all came together and brought to life Homeless of Kisumu, which we believe is the best thing that could ever happen. Our team …

The African child

He is a son and she is a daughter of the rich black continent who holds with pleasure and pride for their black skin they are the African children They tremble at the mention of death, find terror in poverty, amusement in progress and joy in being African Yes they are African Children Their souls mourn at the cry of …