Creativity is all that is needed in making matatu graffiti that that you see in vehicles. It has employed more than thousand youth in the country. Has the government done enough after the president of Kenya support matatu graffiti to create employment?
Over the years mama Wambui has been looking for a companion, but she has not been lucky. Every man she falls in love with turns out to be a new source of pain and yearning. With three children from different man, finding a prince charming is an upper hill task, and as she desperately hopes […]
PlayStation games is growing fast in slums and most of the youths are addicted to it. Find out in this journal how this games educate and informs youths in the process of having fun in the society.
In slums Riding a bicycle is a easy as renting because most of the people living in the slums can’t afford to buy new bicycle and this has helped many slum dwellers to know how to ride bicycle. Join Irene Kibet as she takes you through this exciting journal.
School for life! Youth like Jacinta and her young entrepreneurs club members at Wangu Primary School learn a lot from producing and selling their own soap. And there are benefits for all: a profit, a clean school, clean hands and a lot of good skills for future life. Your reporter is Ursula.
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