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Maryana Munyendo
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  • Nairobi
  • Kenya
  • Simba-Safe Kenya

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Samsam (Mrs Jibril) Jul 9, 2016. 2 Replies

Hello All,Am always excited and impressed to read from the blogs. Looking to connect with Kenyan bloggers on the forum. Please drop me a line with your blog post as well so that we can get talking…Continue


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I am the Founder of Simba-Safe Kenya; a Personal Safety Education Programme (PSE) that teaches children age appropriate safety skills necessary to protect themselves in common situations which most children will experience at some stage; for example getting lost, knowing adults who can help, knowing their parents’ details or being approached by strangers and online safety.
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It is not possible to safeguard children all the time. However, research has shown that children who have been taught safety skills are less likely to be abused. Abusers like to pick on easy targets – those who are not likely to resist or to tell.

Our job as parents is to prepare our children for life. We can’t wait till they’re adults to start practicing; they need to start now to learn the skills they’ll need to thrive and succeed.

Because children are victimized in every part of the country, each community needs to provide an educational program that better ensures the safety of the children in its area. We all have a role to play in building strong neighborhoods where individuals, families and children are valued and supported.
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At 4:15pm on October 27, 2015, Quirky Homemaker said…

Congratulations on being featured!

At 1:19am on October 15, 2015, Manjusha Pandey said…
It's pleasure to have you here Maryana.. Looking forward to connecting with you:)
At 1:48am on October 14, 2015, Manjusha Pandey said…
Hi Maryana! Welcome to the club:)
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At 10:02am on October 13, 2015, Gabrielle Riggins said…

Welcome! I am new to the club myself! Looking forward to reading your blog :)

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Understanding Cyber Bullying

Posted on July 6, 2016 at 5:39am 0 Comments

What is Cyberbullying? Let’s get back to basics. Bullying is the oldest form of peer aggression. We all remember that one boy or girl that made you dread going to school. They may have tripped you as you walked, taken away your lunch or lunch money, pulled your shorts down or skirt up, whispered something nasty to other classmates and you heard giggles or just excluded you…


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