World Children’s Day 2022: Call for Protection of Children
The Board graced the Amazing Eagles Mentorship Program that brought together the Mai Mahiu Community, Government officials, representatives from the National Police and religious organizations on Saturday 19th November, 2022.
The objective was to mark the World Children's Day with the aim of creating awareness on protecting children from exposure to harmful content as well as other risk areas that affect children.
Ms. Consolata Kanyoro, OCS Mahi-Mahiu, who presided over the event, reiterated the need for parents to support programs aimed at ensuring children's rights and security.
The Board is keen on working with other like-minded public and private sector organizations on programs and campaigns that seek to protect children from exposure to inappropriate content.
We appeal to parents/guardians and caregivers to be vigilant and keenly monitor the content children will be watching on TV, radio, online and other broadcast channels and guide them appropriately, especially during the long November to January school holidays that will coincide with the December festivities.