Anytime you think of giving up, think of a Caterpillar

Posted August 18, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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In this life everyday is a new day. Each day comes with its own joys and sorrows. There are days one feels like the world is crumbling right in front of them. Anytime that moment presents itself always think of the caterpillar. Yesterday the caterpillar was a larvae but today it is a beautiful caterpillar.


Stop the senseless killing of innocent children

Posted August 5, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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How do you console a child who has become a victim of war? How does one console a child who has lost almost everything - from her parents, friends,home, limbs etc. in a war that she understands nothing about? It is heart breaking to see children as young as one month wail helplessly in Gaza hospitals with injuries incurred after someone threw a missile to them. It is even choking to see a lifeless body of a child who can't defend himself or herself lay by the roadside or in...


Are you aware of this year's UN international youth day theme?

Posted July 21, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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In 1999 a UN assembly set aside 12 August of every year as the UN international youth day .Since then every year different issues that were thought to be affecting the youth were set as themes of the day. Different stakeholders sit down and discuss various ways of dealing with these issues and measures are put in place to address them. This year’s theme is ‘youth and health matters ’ with the slogan mental health matters. According to World Health Organization(WHO) in eve...


Socal media day

Posted June 30, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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Today 30/06/2014 is the social media day. Since I woke up in the morning I have been reflecting on what real this day means to me as a social media user. I have a face book account, twitter, linked in,google docs ,blogs amongst others. But how well or bad do I use these platforms and what effect do they have on my life and those who view whatever I updated. To be sincere with you I have not once but many times had to unfriend some people after I felt they were posting things that d...


Disability is not inability

Posted June 30, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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My mum who is visually impaired once told me that,'it is you people who see us disabled.We can do almost everything that you do given a conducive environment". Watching Jeff Koinange live , a popular Tv show here in Kenya last Thursday those words become a reality to me.Though born without forelimbs a young man by the name Martin has decided to use his artist skills to earn a living rather than beg in the streets.Just sit , relax and watch this talented man do what he does best...


Congratulations Koki

Posted June 21, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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There is a silly notion with some people that children from ‘rich’ backgrounds are foolish. They believe that all children from a well up family can do with his/her life are drugs and other social evils because they hold onto their parents' tails. Koki Mutungi is one of those children who has proven this notion wrong. Though born into a rich family, her father a pilot. Koki put her admiration for her father’s career into her own. Her efforts have seen her conquer the male d...


Satao, the biggest elephant in Africa is dead

Posted June 16, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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Animal conservationists in Kenya are in tears. Kenya has again lost one of its treasures to poachers. Satao, is the name of the elephant whose carcass was found tusk less a few days after it was shot dead by poisoned arrows. According to Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) Satao was shot dead by poisoned arrow on 30th May 2014. ‘The arrow had entered his left flank and he stood no chance of survival. We spotted his carcass on 2nd June but to avoid any potential false alarms, we first...


My heart is bleeding for Maasai girls

Posted June 13, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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My heart is bleeding for Maasai girls Yesterday marked the first day of the 2014 World Cup and at around 2100hrs EAT the majority of the people around the world were glued to their electronic devices following the opening ceremony. Being an ardent lover of news bulletins I flipped the channels to catch up with the latest happenings around the world during the prime time news. The top story of the day happened to be on the country’s budget, but it didn’t catch my attention as...


The priest of the slum dwellers of Nairobi

Posted June 7, 2014 no picture diana kagwiria

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Korogocho is a sprawling slum in Nairobi; the fourth largest after Kibera, Mathare and Mukuru kwa Njenga, with over 2 million people living in an area of 2 square kilometres according to UN habitat. Like any other slum in urban cities, Korogocho has a myriad of problems: alcoholism, drug abuse, prostitution, crime and many diseases including waterborne diseases, malaria, HIV and Aids topping the list. I was recently in Koch as the slum is commonly known to meet Fr John Webo...


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    A young lady who uses her communication skills and knowledge to empower the society


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