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Welcome to our blog

This blog is our window to the rest of the world. Through this platform our sponsored children, the teachers, our mentors, volunteer workers and other KCE staff can share their personal experiences of our projects, our activities, the Education Centre and much much more.

The blog is our way of sharing and communicating all the fun and developing things happening here at KCE in this otherwise quite tough world.  We also want to provide these smart and creative children a "voice of their own", so that they can tell you their own stories and share their thoughts with people outside of the Kibera area. This is also a great opportunity for you to peek into this exciting and adventurous lifestyle, and also become a part of these youngsters life through the KCE blog.

“We are stronger when we listen, and smarter when we share.” ― Rania Al-Abdullah  

So please feel free to enable the function of two-way communication and comment on the blog updates.     .  
November 21, 2015 | 0 comments
My name is Abraham Otieno. I am fifteen years old. I have just done my final grade eight examinations referred to as (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education). My favorite subjects were Mathematics and Science. I like drawing and reading story books when am with my friends.I like to eat ugali (made from maize flour) and vegetables.My favorite color is blue it represents my limit which is the sky. I would like to become a medical professor as it would help me in helping the...
I happen to be reading one of Martin Luther kings book and I came across an extract that inspired me to appreciate all what I do for kibera children.The extract was, " Life's most persistent and urgent question is , What are you doing for others ? " Kibera children education has enabled me  answer this question with ease as we provide education and ensure that children's hope to acquire basic education in a difficult environment like Kibera is made
Brian Jumba is one of the class eight candidates who frequent the Library for studies during this period of the teachers strike.He had this to say about the strike and its effects to the children more those who live in the slums of kibera. I want to hail Kibera children education for having opened doors to education of kibera children through sponsorship and opening a library that has remained the only hope to kids when all the institutions of learning are closed due to...
There is an outbreak of cholera in Kibera and other parts of the country.The disease has so far claimed 7 lives in the entire kibera. The disease is majorly caused by contaminated water putting kibera slums at risk due to lack of piped water and treated water by the Government.The symptoms include severe diarrhea, severe dehydration,nausea and vomiting.So far several food and water vending kiosks have been shut down by the Government due to poor hygienic...
April 1, 2015 | 0 comments
It is the little things that citizans do that makes the difference.  My little thing that I do is to ensure kids to enjoy every moment of their lives. /Dominic teatcher at the
February 28, 2015 | 0 comments
I thank KCE and all those involved for having chosen to work with children instead of the many issues that bedevil the Kibera society like poverty,insecurity,corruption and diseases.   It is always said that children are our future leaders.If they  are well educated we shall have a very admirable society in the future because they will carry with them the education given to the future.Once children are given good education poverty will be greatly reduced ,insecurity will...
February 23, 2015 | 0 comments
Most Kibera roads are normally full of kids dressed in various school uniforms every early morning be it on a cold,misty or rainy morning.The interest these kids have in school made me ask them why they love school.Most of them said that they love school because of the following reasons ;   1. They learn different subjects that would help them later in pursuing different careers. 2. They learn self etiquette and discipline. 3. They play different games which are not...
Kibera as a community has great influence on the career a child born and bread in kibera undertakes in life .ASHA MOHAMMED had this to say :   My name is Asha Mohammed.I am 13 years old and in class eight.I am one of the best debaters in our school.When I grow I would like to be a lawyer. I have chosen Law as a profession so that I can help children in kibera.I would like to be children's lawyer in order to help kibera children who go through a number of vices such as...
January 20, 2015 | 0 comments
All Kenyan teachers called off their ten day strike and are expected to work on Monday the 19th Jan 2015. This was after an industrial court ruled that teachers go back to work as talks between the teachers employer and the teachers union proceed.The court accepted to arbitrate between the teachers employer and the unions.   This ruling was a relief to most of Kenyan children who had been at home from the time teachers unions declared their strike that began on 5th Jan...
January 11, 2015 | 0 comments
This years education calendar has began with much hopelessness after Kenya's National Union Teachers (KNUT) declared a national work boycott for teachers who are its members.The schools have remained closed from 5th January,2015  the day the schools were set to be opened after the very long holidays that began for the kids on 14th November,2014.It is indefinite as to when teachers would resume work.The teachers insist that the Government has to increase their basic pay...