What is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP)? The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP) is a day for awareness, activism, and advocacy actions against poverty, marked every year on 17th October. This year’s 2020 IDEP theme is, Acting Together To Achieve Social And Environmental Justice For All. Social and environmental justice ensures a world in which […]
Ending violence against children
What is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP)? The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP) is a global day of awareness, advocacy and action against poverty, marked every year on 17 October. This year, IDEP takes the theme: Acting Together to Empower Children, their Families and Communities to End Poverty.
Have you ever imagined having a family of 159 children? Well, it sounds unbelievable but Rev. Kenneth Wachianga is one man with such a family. But wait, these are not his biological children, they are either abandoned, orphaned and underprivileged. Perturbed by how the church (in his community) was doing little to help the children
In a thought-provoking conversation with a colleague from Zimbabwe, on why Africa leaders chose to remain in power for long periods, his response was African youth lack mentors- people who will show them that power is not about an individual good but power should be at the service of the community and the citizens. I
Arigatou International — Nairobi together with the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), will host the Action! Seminar from 1 – 5 October 2018, in Sagana, Kenya. This is in collaboration with our partners, including, Changemaker-Oslo and the Elman Peace and Human Rights Centre.
Sustainable Development Goals represent a worldwide commitment to ending poverty, protecting the environment and promoting peace and prosperity. Progress on many of the goals including good health and wellbeing, gender equality and reduced inequalities could be achieved by ending Gender Based Violence (GBV). When women and girls are able to live healthy, safe lives free
The first consortium seminar for the Strengthening Families to Nurture Values and Spirituality in Early Childhood; working together with faith communities, took place from 2 to 4 July 2018 in Geneva, Switzerland hosted by Arigatou International’s – Ethics Education initiative.
Nurturing Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence;The Role of religious Communities
On the 2 – 4 July 2018, at Club Suisse de la Presse Route de Ferney 106, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, Arigatou International’s initiative, Ethics Education for Children will be hosting a Seminar organized by the newly formed consortium Nurturing Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence, formed by civil society, faith-based, and multilateral