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  • Macheo Children’s Centre believes that delivery of good-quality education is ultimately contingent on what happens in the classroom, and teachers are in the front line of service. The most important determinant of educational quality is the teacher. Teachers often do not have the opportunity for further training or to share experiences with other teachers. They […]

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  • Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVC) constitute the most vulnerable members of the society because they lack the most basic needs such as food, health care, shelter and education. In addition they are stigmatized, thus exposing them to further abuse and exploitation. At the community and family level there is increased stress on the extended families […]

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  • Pregnancy-related school drop-outs have become a matter of public concern throughout Kenya. In most cases these schoolgirls either resort to unsafe and illegal abortions or face school expulsion. Girls who drop out of school due to pregnancy usually do not return to complete their education after childbirth, and find their opportunities for socio-economic advancement are […]

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  • Play in school is never considered important in many schools. There are many schools where the time set for Physical exercises is replaced by other subjects which the teachers think are more important. It is very important for teachers/care givers to understand the value of children playing. In many cases, play is used as a […]

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  • Gender violence is an umbrella term used for any harm that is perpetrated against a person’s will and that has a negative impact on the physical or psychological health, development, and identity of the person. Gender violence can be expressed in many forms including Sexual, physical, emotional & psychological, socio-economic and harmful traditional practices like […]

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