If you drive through Nairobi’s central business district and chance on street children, the natural reaction would be to roll up your car windows to safeguard your valuables. Not many people take time to say hello, let alone listen to street children possibly because of a prejudged notion that they are violent. We hardly bother with them until they ask you for some money or commit a misdeed causing you to condemn them.
Charity Wachari and her team of social workers have a different view of street children and even lend them a keen ear. … Subscribe to read more
Published in July 2014