On the Day of the African Child

Dear African Child As the continent commemorates the day of our continent's children, at SCAD, We take this opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to empower the African child, to ensure they realise their full potential and contribute to the development of our communities

Girls’ Empowerment

Today, the world has 1.1 billion girls, most of who face numerous challenges; civil and sexual violence, unequal socio-economic and political opportunities, substance use, mental health, early pregnancy and marriage among others. Despite remarkable improvements in reducing these issues, more needs to be done. Investing in interventions that remedy the situation is essential. Students Campaign... Continue Reading →

Tackling FGM

Through education for awareness and skill building, more people will know teh harms of FGM on victims. They will learn to respect the rights of every female in and around their lives.   Counseling will also help survivors safely transition through teh experience


How time flies! It seems like just the other day, when 2016 began, and now its 1st December.Today is a day we get a chance to stand with an estimated 34 million people who have a virus, that has killed 35 Million people, since 1984. These numbers represent whole populations of some countries. Think about... Continue Reading →


What is Dementia?( I am sure if i asked what is Alcohol, i would have gotten an overwhelming number of responses) Anyway, back to dementia, the dictionary meaning of dementia is a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury and marked by memory disorders,personality changes and impaired reasoning.... Continue Reading →

Happy Seasons……..

That time of the year again, when we get to meet old fiends, family and relatives. a time when we catch up on the past year over a steak of nyama or plate of mboga for the vegetarians. It is a time to share with loved ones and strangers alike, time to love one another... Continue Reading →

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