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  • Children’s Rights in Kenya: The Constitution and the Children’s Act protect numerous rights for children.

    Children Rights in Kenya

    Children’s Rights in Kenya: The Constitution and the Children’s Act protect numerous rights for children.

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  • Children’s  Education in Kenya: Parents who fail to send their children to school could be jailed for a year, pay a fine of Kshs5,000 ($58.8) or both if a new Bill becomes law. The law will also outlaw expulsion and forced repeating of classes.

    Children Education in Kenya

    Children’s Education in Kenya: Parents who fail to send their children to school could be jailed for a year, pay a fine of Kshs5,000 ($58.8) or both if a new Bill becomes law. The law will also outlaw expulsion and forced repeating of classes.

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  • The concept of children’s assemblies in Kenya aims at instilling in children principles of participation that is crucial in promotion, inclusion, equality and development of democratic values in children. This creates the need to establish children’s assemblies in regions and counties in Kenya, so as to achieve the stated aims.

    Children’s assemblies in Kenya

    The concept of children’s assemblies in Kenya aims at instilling in children principles of participation that is crucial in promotion, inclusion, equality and development of democratic values in children. This creates the need to establish children’s assemblies in regions and counties in Kenya, so as to achieve the stated aims.

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