Recently, the World commemorated the Day of Children. The same day (20 November) marks the Day of Prayer and Action (DPAC) for children, a day when faith communities come together to pray and take action for the wellbeing of children. Being true to this, Arigatou International – Nairobi would come together with about 56 children and 21 adults (caregivers) to indeed pray and take action, on Saturday 24 November 2018 in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya. After holding multifaith prayers, Ms. Zam Obed, a member of the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC) would enlighten the children and their caregivers about the Day of Prayer and Action for Children and its significance. With recognition that children are vulnerable to risky behavior, the event, through Ms. Riziki, a psychologist, took time to advise the caregivers to watch and protect their children from bad behaviours, such as drug abuse.

The youth were also involved in artwork on the last day of the seminar. The assignment was for every country to paint a picture which portrays the future of REJADH. From the paintings which we…