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Hunger Situation

With the spread of Covid-19 worldwide, food availability and affordability has become an important and pressing issue across nations worldwide. In Kenya, the pandemic has worsened…

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Online Child Protection

In the digital age, most children have access to the internet through the computer and other technology devices. According to the Communications Authority of Kenya, 87% of children…

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What Black Lives Matter Movement means for Africa’s Children

Over the past weeks, citizens in cities across the world, including here in Nairobi, took to the streets, organizing and mobilizing massive protests against racism and police…

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Reaching Hearts Through Art

This month the NECF is excited to collaborate with the ‘Reaching Heart through Arts’ initiative to bring you our NECF readers and your children downloadable activity and coloring…

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Getting Started with Your Indoor Garden

While gardening is often thought of as an outdoor activity, it totally doesn’t have to be. For those who are social distancing in apartment buildings or just have limited outdoor…

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Pandemic Preparedness for your Children

The need to plan and prepare our children for potentially overwhelming infectious outbreaks rather than trying to teach hygiene during outbreaks cannot be overstated. They say…

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Kenya's Lighting Situation

44 % of Kenyan households are in the dark with lack of access to electricity. Could a shift towards solar energy be the answer to Kenya’s universal electrification goal? Lighting…

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Beautification of Children Play Areas

Did you know, creating attractive, beautiful and healthy environments for children has a direct impact on their morale and lifts their spirits? Children interact wholesomely with…

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Darker Days: Reflections of My Childhood

The first ten years of my life were paraffin powered. Recalling now, sibling rivalry in my household was propagated by a constant desire to have the well-lit, non-soot side

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Why Paw Paw

On June 5th the Nancy Ellen Crooks Foundation launched Nancy’s Gardens at Village to Global school in Vihiga County. Papaya, locally known as pawpaw is one of the easiest fruit to…

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One thing is for sure, Nancy loved Kenya. In 1986, Nancy Ellen co-authored a booklet, entitled ‘Kenya Trivia’, about Kenya’s ecology, geography and culture. Forty-two thousand copies were published and sold. This publication was a key text used by individuals training to be guides in the national museum, as well as safari guides.

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