Author: Jasmine Atieno

Struggles only the baby of the house understands

Reading Time: 4 minutes At Wachira Mungai’s home, one might think that Trevor Mungai is the only child. He is five years and has […]

Her empathy set her apart from the rest

Reading Time: 4 minutes When Covid-19 pandemic hit its peak and schools were indefinitely closed, girls from low income families within Mombasa and Kilifi […]

Yes, Mothers too deserve ‘me time’

Reading Time: 4 minutes In the past decade, studies have shown that, despite the apparent improvements in women’s lives over the last 50 years, […]

Advocate with passion for music

Reading Time: 4 minutes If there is one thing that has become more evident since the Covid-19 pandemic, the Kenyan music industry is on […]

Gaslighting: A toxic parenting trait

Reading Time: 4 minutes The term gaslighting has seeped into our language in recent years, revealing that the phenomenon is much more prevalent in […]

Raising a young model with passion for the environment

Reading Time: 4 minutes Seven-year-old Tasha Taraji Biko, is among the young models who were recently crowned at the Little Miss Universe gala event, […]

When shed blood cries for justice

Reading Time: 4 minutes Among the many mysterious deaths of young people, one that recently took the internet by storm was that of 23-year-old […]

How hypersexualisation is taking over TikTok

Reading Time: 4 minutes When Powell Njenga, a 19-year-old student at Technical University of Kenya, joined TikTok in 2019, his intention was to grow […]