Impact of Covid-19 on The Right to Education In Kenya

On March 15, 2020, the Kenyan government abruptly closed all schools and colleges nationwide in response to COVID-19, disrupting nearly17…

Is SRHR Topic Openly discussed?

Do parents know how to address SRHR topics to their children and to respond objectively to some of the misinformation…

Who Is To Blame?

With the education ministry announcing that learning institutions will re-open next year, there is a likelihood that we will continue…

The right to Education

The right to education is a Human Right recognized and protected under both national and international laws. This means that…

Students’ safety in schools

A cloud of silence clearly welcomes you to this learning institution. Kakamega primary School. A learning institution that produced great…

The right to education in Kenya (video)

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Can GIS technology help monitor stalled projects in informal settlements?

In November 2018, Hakijamii in collaboration with Kisumu Social Rights Association (Kisora) conducted a Global Information System (GIS) mapping of…

TEEN PREGNANCY IN KENYA

“Avoid teenage pregnancy so as to focus on education. In the event your girl gets pregnant, support her and ensure…

PRESENTING EDUCATION REQUESTS

Last week Hakijamii held a boardroom meeting with the Cabinet Secretary Dr. Magoha and Director General Ilyas Abdi to present…

Essay Competition for University Students

Essay Competition for University Students. For the Guidelines  visit http://www.hakijamii.com/index.php/essay-competition-for-university-students/