Why I Will Not Tire of Asking for Help

I recently asked for help from all the forums that I belong to. 90% of the members of those groups did not respond. It is a trend that I have lived through for the past 5 years. Here’s why I will not tire of asking for help. It has been 6 years since I began […]

How crime can affect you

Did you know that crime, however small, can have a long lasting effect? Learn how crime can affect you. Unlike an accident that happens unexpectedly, people who commit crime are deliberate. They intentionally plan to steal a valuable belonging that you have spent lots of money, effort and time to acquire. Unfortunately, an offense or […]

REAM Program Campaign is Gaining Momentum

Last week, we launched a social media campaign where we were asking for support for our program. Continue reading and find out how our REAM Program is gaining momentum. Mobilizing resources and funding is part and parcel of empowering vulnerable groups. Of course, working with vulnerable calls for much more than the availability of resources […]

Rainwashed Tears and Roaring Through the Hills

Half Way Cycle 2018: Day 3, Gees Inn, Nakuru to Kericho Distance Cycled: 310.6 KM During the ride I kept thinking about Rev Jesse Mwai Here's a brief recap of Day 2. The previous evening our team checked into the Gees Hotel in Nakuru in silence. Going to see Bryan Awuonda’s project up in the [...]

The 8 Days that Gave Me a Glimpse of Life Behind Bars: Exit Wounds

The Peugeot we were in hit Jogoo Road and made an illegal U-turn towards Bahati Estate. When I saw the estate fly by, I couldn't help think about being taken to Kiambiu Slums or the Dandora dump site. So many things went through my mind. None of those things was positive. The strongest of these [...]

The 8 Days that Gave Me a Glimpse of Life Behind Bars: Part 3

Previous post: The 8 Days that Gave Me a Glimpse of Life Behind Bars: Part 2 That night, I didn't sleep. Granted, the cell floor was wet with our sweat, which was made more unbearable by the fact that we were sleeping on the floor hugging each other. There was Kiplagat who, according to Mustapha, [...]

The 8 Days that Gave Me a Glimpse of Life Behind Bars: Part 2

After the preaching was done, we asked to close our eyes. Those who needed to give their lives to Christ were encouraged to do so. "You're going to gain your freedom today, just like the Samaritan woman did," a lady in the team said. I did not know what to believe. All I knew was [...]

The 8 Days that Gave Me a Glimpse of Life Behind Bars

Would you like to know how I got involved in working in prison? Read on and find out how it all started. Spending 8 days under police custody paved way for my work with exceptional young men in juvenile prison In 2005, I got arrested and spent 8 days under police custody in two different [...]

Lifesong Kenya is Looking for You

Are you looking for an opportunity make and leave a long lasting impact on this generation? Lifesong Kenya is looking for you! Read on and find out why you should consider plugging into our programs and activities. According to officials at Kamiti Prison, more than 75% of boys who exit juvenile prison often face [...]
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