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In each circle/ring give examples of the actor indicated.

Identify the role of the different actor(s) in safeguarding children from child abuse.

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Catherine Njura Njoka
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1 Children_siblings _

Needs basic needs & protection

2Family_Parents&rest of the family

Provide love & basic needs.

3Community _Elders & religious leaders.

_provide spiritual growth.

4Institution_Teachers.

Provide education.

5National government._provide security, child protection &rights

6Internayional _UN,WHO bodies.

_Guards child rights

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Sarah chemutai kurgat
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1-siblings-support

2.family-love n protection,n basic needs

3-community -spiritual growth, security

4-institution-education

5.national government- security interntional-enforce security n child protection rules

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Betty jepchumba
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Family provide love and support

Community provide proction

Institution sensitized on rights

National level legal framework

International level non governmental organization

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Adan Mohammed Issack
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Teachers give psychosocial support where necessary. The parents guide and counseling is offered by them.

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Lawrence Wafula
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1. Children- basic needs like food, shelter, clothing.

2. Family- parental love,care, protection and basic needs.

3. Community- spiritual growth, security, socialization.

4. Institution- education/teachers.

5. National government- provide security,protect children and their rights.

6. International- protecting children rights.

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Jetrudah Njoki
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1.sibling support.

2.family-provide love and basic needs.

.3community-provide religious growth from religious groups.

4.institutions-teachers provide education.

5. National government-provide security and child protection.

International-provide protection to children rights and protection. Responsibilities too.

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Roseline Nyandigisi
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1. Children - siblings

Require basic needs, support and protection.

2. Family - Parents and the extended family

Provide love and basic needs.

3. Community - Elders and religious leaders

Provide spiritual growth and security.

4. Institutions - Teachers

Provide education

5. National government - Members of Parliament, Women Representatives

Provide security, children protection of rights

6. International - United Nations

WHO - Ensures right to health

UNICEF- Ensures protection of children's rights and freedoms.

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Purity Wairimu
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Family, parents to provide love and basic needs.

Community to provide protection and spiritual guidance.

Institutions ,teachers  to provide child protection awareness and education.

National government  to provide security and safeguard child rights.

International In,Who provide any form of assistance needed



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Radhia Nyongesa
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International: intergovernmental organizations, NGOs and governments on policy formulation, implementation and regulation. 

National: the executive national govt, NGOs, parastatals, private sector, judiciary and the legislature in policy formulation, implementation and regulation as well as review and compliance. Also, financial support to enforce the formulated policies and national sensitization.

Institutions: all private and public, profit abd non-profit as well as religious insitutions. They liase with all other stakeholders in dessiminating information, participate in policy formulation, implentation, regulation and review over time; issues to do with child abuse.

Community: every individual living in any given geographical, social or digital space irrespective of sex, age, gender or any other affiliations. To lobby for child protection, desist from perpetrating child abuse, disseminate information to relevant stakeholders, formulate policy, implement it and review it.

Family: they include the nuclear family and the members of the extended family. To offer child support socially, mentally, physically, take children to school and for medication, provide basic needs and be on the forefront to protect children from abuse.

Child: this is any person below the age of 18 years as legally defined in the Kenyan constitution. They should listen to the elders when guided and follow all possible and available channels to report child abuse cases to relevant stakeholders for help and protection. Also, they should desist from putting themselves in scenarios where they are exposed/ vulnerable to child abuse easily.

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Mary Njuguna
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The child.

The church and society.

The school.

The individual coutry-children act internationally- who,UNICEF.

The child protects themselves.

The family ensures the rights of children are respected,protects the child,secures the child's education,develops the security,health and morality of the child.

The community creates rules and guidelines for protecting children, identifies issues to be taken care of,ensures that all children are well taken care of and that they are  they secure education.

The school creates safe learning environment,,identifies pupils who are suffering,trains children on child's protection,develops a child protection policy,assigns a teacher responsible for dealing with child protection,teach children how to protect themselves and create procedures for checking staff before they work with children.

Nationally,the government allocates resources,ensures availability of structures for example children Act,develops,adopts policies and enacts laws to protect children.

Internationally,who works to protect children from violence,exploitation and abuse.

International Taskforce on child protection (ITFCP), and UNICEF.

They set standards and raise awareness about abuse within international school communities.


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1. Ch ild : should ensure they report any suspicious person or occurrence that threatens their safety to the right authorities, heed advice to play or go to places they're assured of their security

2.Family : should ensure harmony , love and support for the child, give basic  information/skills on personal security, establish healthy boundaries  in their interactions.

3. Community : they should enhance teaching of  safety and security matters, ensure cultural practices which  violate the chidren's rights  are dropped. employ protection and safety structures ( nyumba -kuni initiative) that sensitizes individuals and groups to seek and promote safety .

4. Institutions such as Parliament should put into place laws that promote safety and protection of children.

5.National and International levels should ensure creation of avenues through which child safety and protection are put in the lime light. Devise laws through bodies such as , parliaments,WHO, UNICEF, respectively that make it possible to enforce child protection laws. 

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Norah jeptoo
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1.) Children- siblings. 

Require basic needs, support and protection. 

2.) Family- parents and extended family.   

Provide love and basic needs.  

3.) Community- Elders and religious leaders.   

Provide spiritual growth and security.   

4.) Institution- Teachers.   

Provide education.   

5.) National government- members of parliament, women representative.  

Provide security, children protection of rights.    

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elizabeth wanjiku
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1. child : should ensure they report any suspicious person or occurrence that threatens their safety to the right authorities, heed advice to play or go to places they're assured of their security

2.Family : should ensure harmony , love and support for the child, give basic  information/skills on personal security, establish healthy boundaries  in their interactions.

3. Community : they should enhance teaching of  safety and security matters, ensure cultural practices which  violate the chidren's rights  are dropped. employ protection and safety structures ( nyumba -kuni initiative) that sensitizes individuals and groups to seek and promote safety .

4. Institutions such as Parliament should put into place laws that promote safety and protection of children.

5.National and International levels should ensure creation of avenues through which child safety and protection are put in the lime light. Devise laws through bodies such as , parliaments,WHO, UNICEF, respectively that make it possible to enforce child protection laws.


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Peninah Bariwan
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Children,these are siblings to protect their young ones.

Family includes both nuclear and extended to help protect the child.

Community- have responsibility to love and protect children.

Institutions-like school have responsibility to care and protect children.

National- the government have the responsibility to care and protect children eg.Child right.

International- have responsibility to protect children eg the children in refugee camps


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The innermost circle represents family which provides the first level of pprotection to children and teaches the child the first lessons on safety and self-guarding.

The second circle represents community which comprises of culture,community leadership structures such as Nyumba kumi ,elders,community members,social,spiritual and economic groups.The community must ensure that it's culture,traditions,all its activities and structures are safe for and protection of every child.

The third circle represents institutions.For example the National,county or local institutions must have adequate child protection structures.All institutions must play a critical role in safeguarding children and collaborate with each other to synergize and increase impact.

The fourth circle represents the National structures.These include the government and non-governmental institutions that contribute to protecting and safeguarding the well-being of children.

The fifth and outermost circle represents the International structures.These are the United Nations bodies,regional and global structures that focus on child protection .It is this level that International and Regional child protection legal instruments are developed and coordinated for adoption and implementation at the country level.For example the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Rachel Waweru
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siblings-- support ,love

parents-love ,basic needs

elders and religious leaders-spiritual growth, security

teachers-education, love

government- security, basic education

WHO- protect children rights

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Rael Jeptoo
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Children-themselves and other children

Family-parents and relatives

Community-Neighbours,chiefs,elders,spiritual leaders

Institutions-Teachers and staff members

National-government, leaders,ministries

International-Global agencies,WHO and other world organisations

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Beatrice kituu
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1)Children are at the centre of the rings and need to be sensitized on their rights and responsibilities so that they proctect themselves from any form of abuse. 

2) Family-Parents and extended family has a duty to protect children from abuse and provide them with total security. 

3)Community,that is the government administrators,religious leaders,social workers etc also have a duty to sensitize children and people on children rights and protection and safeguard them too. 

4) Institutions- protect children against any form of abuse. 

5)National- Constitution has laws of protecting children rights and safeguarding them from any kind of Abuse. 

6)International-NGO's are working hand in hand with the government to sensitize people on childrens right and protection and pushed towards safeguarding the children.

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Patriciah kyalo
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1 children _to know their rights, responsibility and risks around them such that they can protect themselves 

2 Family  _parents and siblings and relatives need to teach the children basic principles of the family and how to use them to safeguard them selves and relate well with others. 

3 community _church, elders people around them to ensure culture and traditions protect the children and encourage spiritual growth.

4 lnstitution _ locally county, set structers to provide protection for the child eg line 116

5 National the country set laws to protect and safeguard children. 

6 International bodies WHO, UNICEF and global structures cooperate with the country to implement their legal services to protect the rights of children globally. 

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Elly Ngetich
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1. Self and siblings- love and support. Self awareness.

2. Family- parents.. provision of basic needs and protection.

3. Community-religious leaders and local leaders- provide safe environment for children free of abuses.

4. National- government and NGO's - enact laws that seek to protect children's rights.

5. International- eg UN agencies help champion the rights of children especially in countries where children's rights are violated.

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Salome Njoki Mbugua
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Actors and roles in different circles

Child: children , report cases experienced

Family: parents and siblings, provide for basic needs, protect,educate and inform on safety precautions.

Community: extended family, teachers, neighbors, chief, social worker.To protect, report abusers,ensures rights are not infringed.

Institution: school community, church members, and administrators.educate , inform, report abusers.

National:police, social workers,DOs.To handle abusers, advocate, defend children rights

International: Human rights bodies.To set laws and policies regarding child protection.

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James Agiron Kamais
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Children - Other siblings

Basic needs 

Family - Parents 

Parental love and protection

Community - Elders, Leaders 

Spiritual and social growth 

Institution - teachers, guardians 

Education and life skills

National - Government agents 

Security

International - NGOs and IGOs 

Protecting and safeguarding children's rights







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Esther Anyuduk
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Levels: 

1. Child himself/ herself

2. Family- parents and siblings

3. Community- neighbours and friends

4. Institutions- provide education

5. National- make and enforce child protection laws

6. International- international community- safe guard international children's rights

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Lucy kagendo
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Child is at the centre

Family the parents give love and care

Community eg religious leaders give spiritual growth

Institution teachers give education

National give legal rights

International give funds for taking care of children welfare

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Polyne Akoth obudho
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1.siblings-company, support

2.family-Love,basic needs, security.

3.community-security, spiritual growth

4.institution-Education security

5.National government-security safeguarding right.

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Mirriam David
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Child- siblings give support 

Family- love, protection and support 

Community- socialisation, security 

Institutions - education and spiritual growth 

National- security, protection and childs rights 

International- protection of children rights 

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Julius Bett
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1.Older siblings  have a duty to protect the younger ones.

2.Parents: Father and Mother and the extended family have the onus to safeguard security and well being of all members.

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Florence kyeni
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Siblings - love 

Family- love & basic needs 

Community -spiritual support 

Institution- G&C 

Organization- material

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Erick Kwoba
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Protection from siblings

Family love is Paramount too

Spiritual care is also important

Institution protection and government protection is very important

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Joy Avia Kavita
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1.Child- brothers,sisters,friends.Provide protection,love,sense of belonging, friendships.

2.Family-Parents.Provide love,care,protection, spiritual guidance.

3. Community- neighbours.Report suspected abuse.

4.Institutions- Schools.Provide education,safe environment and report abuse.

5.National- various ministries eg ministry of education,health etc.Formulate and enforce laws governing child welfare,provide necessary facilities e g schools,hospitals etc 

6. International- International bodies e g WHO,UNICEF.Formulate and enforce universal laws governing child welfare.



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Catherine katua
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Child ... nieces and nephews 

Family... parents 

Community... religious leaders,chiefs 

Institution... teachers 

National ....government 

International...WHO


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Elvin Oluoch
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Child-siblings can protect each other

Family-family members provide food shelter education health and care

Community -elders and religious leaders provide awareness

Institution-shock provide awareness

National government-provide legal framework on child protection

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Violet Nafula Bwire
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1 children- siblings-love, sense of belonging,  teamwork

2.family- parents and extended family- sense of belonging, provision of basic needs, and protection 

3.community-elders, peers, religious leaders-teach values that help the child blend well into the society

4.institutions-teachers and medics - provide education and guidance on health matters

5.national-the government children's department and ngos dealing with the child help lines

6.intetnational- UN, WHO, UNICEF-deal with the rights of children

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Asenath kabutia
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Family 

Parents and relatives should offer love, support and affection 

Community 

Caregivers, religious leaders and local leaders should protect the child 

Instructions 

Teachers and support staff support support, guide and counsel children 

National 

Laws that protect the rights of children 

International 

Non governmental organisations  and International Laws that protect children 

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Timothy Kipyego
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1-siblings-support

2.family-love n protection,n basic needs

3-community -spiritual growth, security

4-institution-education

5.national government- security interntional-enforce security n child protection rules

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THOMAS KIWAR NGIROO
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Children- basic needs like food, shelter, clothing.

2. Family- parental love,care, protection and basic needs.

3. Community- spiritual growth, security, socialization.

4. Institution- education/teachers/Peer educators.

5. National government- provide security,protect children,Finances to support  a child and their rights.

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Family provide love and support

Community provide proction

Institution sensitized on rights

National level legal framework

International level non governmental organization

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Beatrice Kedogo
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Child _siblings support.

Family_love and protection basic needs.

Institution_teacher, education.

National_security.

International_enforce security and child protection

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Recho atwane
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1.sibling s -support

Family-protection and love

Community_spiritual growr

Institution_education

Government_security

International _enforcement of security and child ptotection

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Alice Manjuki
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1 Children- siblings provides support.

2 Family- provides love

3 Community- provides religious growth.

4 Institution-Teachers provides education.

5 National government-sensitize people against child abuse.

6 International- To ensure the safety of the children.

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1.Child-Self,siblings

They provide support

2.Family-Parents,grand parents,anties and uncles .

They provide basic needs,love,care and affection

3.Community -Security, spiritual leaders,community elders.

They prosecute child right offenders and provide spiritual nourishment

4.instutution-Teachers

Protect check ld rights and instill knowledge and skills

5 National-Security,

Protect child rights and persecute those who abuse them

6.international-WHO,UNICEF

Provide legal framework.

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Juliet Akinyi
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Child- Parents and older siblings protect the child. 

Family- Parents provide basic needs and protection. All family members should guide and counsel children so that they don't trust everyone and speak out when they are abused.

Community- Provide security to children and strategize on stamping out abuse.

Institutional actors- Teachers and church leaders should impart knowledge and skills that will guide the child to practice values. 

National level-The government should sensitive people against child abuse. Come up with measures to stop drug abuse and legislate laws against child abuse. 

International level- Convene meetings to strengthen child rights and protection in all nations.

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Grace Wanyonyi
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Ring 1:siblings provide social,emotional support to each other.

Ring 2:family,that is nuclear and extended: they provide basic needs 

Ring 3:Community, it provides spiritual and social support.

Ring 4:Institutions, they provide education and social support

Ring 5:National, provide security and ensure all the rights are met

Ring 6:International like the NGO's,they advocate and ensure the safety, education and basic rights are met.

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Kiplagat Zephaniah
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Family: parents, brothers and sisters

Provide basic needs and love

Community: include religious leaders and elders

Provide social guidance

Institutions: teachers

Provide education and care

National: government and children officers

Security and child protection

International: include UN agencies

Develope policies on child care and protection.

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Emily Loutatia
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Children's who the centre.They need everyone responsibility and be aware of their rights and risk of abuse.Family provides the first level of The community  mentor then socially, spiritually.institutions provide with adquate child protection structures.National  structures help this process.the non governmental structures NGOs also assist. 

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Wilfresher Auma
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Children; siblings - sisters and brothers

Family; love, care, protection

Community; Elders give moral support and spiritual growth

Institution; Teachers provide education

Government; provides security

International bodies like UN, WHO protects the child

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Rutto celestine
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1.Child-Self,siblings

They provide support

2.Family-Parents,grand parents,anties and uncles .

They provide basic needs,love,care and affection

3.Community -Security, spiritual leaders,community elders.

They prosecute child right offenders and provide spiritual nourishment

4.instutution-Teachers

Protect check ld rights and instill knowledge and skills

5 National-Security,

Protect child rights and persecute those who abuse them

6.international-WHO,UNICEF

Provide legal framework


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Anne miringu
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Family members

Community where the child is e.g , church-adults in church

Institution like school-teachers 

National government agencies

International agencies


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Children- siblings

Needs basic needs, protection

Family$_ provide basic needs and protection

Institution_ provide knowledge and skills

Community_ religious leaders and other significant àdults_ provide spiritual support. Social security and protection

International bodies_ financial support

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Nelly Chepkemoi
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1. Children- basic needs like food, shelter, clothing.

2. Family- parental love,care, protection and basic needs.

3. Community- spiritual growth, security, socialization.

4. Institution- education/teachers/Peer educators.

5. National government- provide security,protect children,Finances to support  a child and their rights.

6. International- protecting children rights and funding the child protection activity.

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Family is the basic fundamental child protection zone ,Community plays major role by cultivating cultural norms, institutions sensitizes and provides Education that will make learners fit into the society. Internaty agencies ensure that all children are protected

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Family support system: parents, senior siblings, aunts, uncles...

Community opinion leaders e.g. pastors and  elders ...

International and national State and non state actors: relevant government ministries, departments and agencies, civil society organisations 


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Patroba Kosgei
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  1. Children -give you a sense of belonging.

  2. Family (parents)- provide financial support, emotional support,love and protection.

  3. Community- security, religious and spiritual growth. 

  4. National - government- security,. Financial support, sensitisation of important issues.

  5. Institutions - nature intellect, skills, knowledge, right attitude.

  6. International- provide structural organization,financial support.

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Family level - actors are parents 

                They should provide basic needs

                protect children

                provide health care

Community  level    - actors are religious leaders, community elders

                    provide protection

                    ensure proper moral and spiritual growth

Institutional level     - teachers

                    impart relevant knowledge to child

                    ensure childrens rights are not violated

     National level - parliament, police and chiefs

                        parliaments comes up with legislations to safe guard and protect children

                        chiefs and police enforcement of  the legislatins

International level bodies such as UNICEF, WHO, UNHCR

                                Come up with rights of the chid

                                protect the rights of children

                                ensure proper health for children

                                offer support in times of war or calamities




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Mary Nyambura Gitau
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1. Siblings 

2. Family level- all the members of the family 

3. Community- providing security needs to children 

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Hellen sainah
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1 Children siblings 

Basic needs  and protection.

2 Family _  parents 

Parental love,care,protection and  basic needs.

3 community__Elders and religious  leaders

Spiritual  growth,security and socialization. 

4 Institutios ____Teachers

Education. 

5 National  government 

Security, child protection and rights. 

6 International Un,WHO bodies

Guards child rights .


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Child siblings

Family  parents 

Community elders

Institution  teachers

National  government  security 

International  WHO bodies 

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sibblings:love and basic needs

parents :love and basic needs

community:applying knowledge and skillls in day to day services

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1. Children- siblings

-needs basic needs and protection

2. Family- parents

Provide love and basic needs

3. Community- Elders and religious leaders

- Provide spiritual nourishment

4. Institution- teachers

- provide education

5. National government- provide security,  child protection and rights

6. International bodies- UN and WHO bodies

- guards child

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Frida micheni
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Siblings should provide the warmth or closeness that the child needs.Family should provide the basic needs needed by the child for complete growth.The community should ensure the child grows fully and have morals to enable him fit wholly in the community.Institutions should ensure the child gets necessary knowledge in schools and in the church.The government should ensure that the child's rights are protected.

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Monica
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Child: basic  needs 

Family: love, care and basic need.

Community: morals spiritual  needs.

Institutions: Education/ guidance and  counselling. 

National: protection  of child's  rights.  Provide security. 

International: child's  rights. 

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Esther Munyua
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1.Children-siblings to provide love and care

2.Family-Parents,uncles,aunts, grandparents,cousins-basic needs,emotional and psychological support.

3.Community-Elders, church leaders- good morals and spiritual needs.

4.Institition-schools, government ministries-Education,good health.

5.International-UNICEF,WHO-Protection of children rights, Health



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 children siblings- love and friendship

family - parents- basic needs and protection

comunity- eders and neighbours- protection and security

religion - leaders- spiritual nourishment 

institution -provide education and guidance

nation - government- provide security

international  bodies - guard the right of children

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Family_offer protection

Siblings_support

I nstitution_Education.

Government_childrights

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Gladys wanjala
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The circles indicates how far achild is guarded as he grows up, siblings take roles in feeding the young ones, parents  provide basic needs, community nurture generalized well being of achild regardless of race, religion,etc, education institution provide cognitive, behavioral,mental, emotional and moral upright of achild,the nation give s security, health services, educated e,

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Yarasiwa Thomas
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1 Children_siblings _

Needs basic needs & protection

2Family_Parents&rest of the family

Provide love & basic needs.

3Community _Elders & religious leaders.

_provide spiritual growth.

4Institution_Teachers.

Provide education.

5National government._provide security, child protection &rights

6Internayional _UN,WHO bodies.

_Guards child rights

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Viola kulei
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Children (siblings) protect their young ones

Family(parents) provide for and protect children

Community (elders and the church)

Guide and educate children

Institution (school,teachers)

Teach kids on their rights,rules and regulations for the school

International (bodies such as UNEP )to protect children rights

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Fridah ndinda Joseph
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1.children_basic needs and protection

2.family_parental care, love and protection

3.commmunity_spitual growth and security

4.institution_education/teachers

5.national government_security and protection of rights

6.international_WHO, ensures right to health

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Truphenah j kosgei
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1.Children/Siblings-need basic needs and protection

2.Family/Parents and rest of the family-,provide love and basic needs

3.Community-Elders and religious to leaders_provide spiritual growth

4. Institution-teachers provide efucation

5.National government-provide security,child protection and rights

6.International level-providr legal frame work

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Virginiah Gakahu
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Child-brothers n sisters

Family-both parents

Community-neighbours

Institution-school teachers, pastors

International-UNICEF

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JOYCE ODHIAMBO
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Actors indicated in each ring

Children

Family,,,, parents, guardian, siblings

Community,,,local authorities,

Institution,,,schools

National,,,

International,,,UNICEF

THE ROLE OF DIFFERENT ACTORS

it's everyone s responsibility to protect children

Parents and guardians should make children aware of their rights and provide protection too.

The community local authorities should create awareness of children protection centers to the members.


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1.children_who need protection from all forms of child abuse.

2.Family _ parents and relatives who are responsible offering love and provision of basic needs as they protect the rights of a child.

3.Community_elders, religious members,who also have a role to make sure they protect rights of childrens.

. 4.institution_school where we have teachers who instill children with Education and knowledge.

.5 National_government which has responsibility of making sure the child is protected .

6.International _These are bodies like UN, and WHO.who act as watch dog of child rights and child protection.

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1.Children-siblings

2.Family-parents and close relatives

-Provide love and basic needs

3.Community-elders and religious leaders

-Provide spiritual growth

4.Institution-Teachers

-provide education

5.National government -Provide security,child protection and rights

5.International-UN and WHO 

-Guard child rights

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Children/siblings

They provide sense of belonging and love for one another,play together too.

Family-parents and extended family

They provide love,basic needs and security.

Community-elders and religious leaders

They transfer culture and religious values,leadership and socialization

Institutions-school/teachers

They provide education for career development and leadership

National government-politicians like members of parliament

They fight for the rights of children through the constitution

International- unicef, who

They protect children rights and freedoms and provide health facilities.


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Ezekiel Wanzala
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1. Children -siblings -They need basic  needs  and protection. 

2.Family :provided  basic  requirements  and protect the  child. 

3.Community :elderly  and religious  leaders: Support  with  spiritual  nourishment.

4.Institutions:Teachers  provide education /sensitisation. 

5National government :provided  security  chicken  protection  and rights.

6. International  bodies I. e UN, WHO  guards children  rights. 


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Children-sibling share  ideas and support each other

Family-parents provide basic needs

Community-spell the culture under which children grow in rightfully

Institutions-teacher add to their knowledge and shape their career

Government-provide security and laws to safeguard the children

International-bodies likeWHO and UN minds the well being of Humans, children inclusive

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Mercy Muraya
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Siblings ,support,protection,love 

Family ,love,care,basic needs,protection,identity

Community ,identity,security,moral values

Institution like schools ,education,socialization

International bodies like UN ,protection by advocating for children rights

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Child.. Sibling 

Family. Parents and family members 

Community.. Church, local government, neighbours 

National.. Local government and national government 

International.. Eg WHO, UNESCO

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Purity W Maina
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1.Children. siblings. Provide basic needs  and protection. Give time to play. 

2.Family.extended family. Provide love and basic needs. 

3.community. chiefs and religious leaders. Meet spiritual needs and solve conflicts. 

4.Institutions .provide and support education. 

5.Nation security. 

6.lnternationalUN WHO_-guards children rights. 

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1.children brothers and sisters.

2.family lever, all family members.

3. Community members and the church.

4.national, from the village to the ministry as far as the child protection is concerned.

5. International are multi agencies e.g UNHCR that protects child rights


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1. Child: siblings

they offer love, protection and a sense of belonging

2. family: Parents and other older family members

Provide love, basic needs and protection

3. Communitylocal authorities & religious leaders.

_provide spiritual growth and protection by ensuring the parent do not neglect their children

4. Institution: Teachers.

Provide education, guidance and counselling

5. National: government and bodies such as childline kenya.

provide security, children rights protection 

6. International :bodies such as "child rights international network" "defense for children international"

protects the right of children

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Lucy Jepchumba
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1. child- siblings provide acceptance, play and care

2. family- parents should provide basic needs and protection from abuse

3. Community- the village elders and local leaders e.g chief and religious leaders- they should ensure child rights and spiritual growth

4. Institutions- teachers provide education

5. National -Government ensure security and child rights are respected through policies and laws

6. International- Bodies such as UNICEF, UN, and other NGOs monitor countries achievement and provision of child rights

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Loice Njeri Barasa
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1. Child-siblings

2. Family- parents

3. Institutions-teachers

4. National- president 

4.International

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Chepkemoi Leah
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Child- siblings (social security)

Family- parents and extended family members (provide basic needs and wants,love,care, emotional support etc.)

Community- elders, church members, society in general. (Provide spiritual growth, guide the children etc)

Institution- teachers ( provide education)

Nation - government enact laws for child protection

International bodies- WHO,

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Florence Andesia
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1.children-basic needs

2.family-love, protection and provision of basic needs

3.community-protection

4.institution-education

5. national government-security through child protection

6.international community-protection of children rights

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Lenah J Sanga
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Siblings. Support and care.

Family. Love, guidance, education

School. Formal education.

Church. Spiritual education

Government. Protection


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Abdisalam Issack
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Children -source of love, where one finds peace of mind

Family-Provides love, care and protection

Community-Socialization agent, security

Institution-education

National Government- Protect our rights

International-Human Rights

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Joanngugi
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Individuals of rings ensure that the child well being is protected and no harm be falls on them, to achieve an overall healthy growth and development

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Francisca Korir
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1.children - support to one another and protect themselves from any form of a buses e.g Reporting to their parents or any other responsible a cults.

2.Family- Ensuring and providing parental love,basic needs to their children.

3.Community- spiritual growth.

4.Institutions- Education and sensitization on children legal rights.

5.National government - provide security ,protects children and their rights .

6.International- e.g UNICEF protects children rights.

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Siblings 

Parents 

Community 

School government


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Janepher Osianju
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Child-siblings - love and protection.

Family- parents - provide love and protection and basic needs.

Community- elders -provide informal education

Institutions- schools, hospitals - provide education, medical, psychosocial support.

National - govt - protection of children's rights, security.

International - WHO UN UNICEF -protection of children rights, education

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Polycarp Orinda
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child-children have a role to protect themselves from abuse among themselves

Family and friends -Family and friends have role to provide basic needs and protect from child any sort of abuse

community - community have the role providing spiritual support and ensure that the child is protected from any abuse.

National government-Enact laws that are needed to protect child from abuse e.g the children act. National government enforces the law.

International community-It ensures that child protection policy document is enforced by various countries

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Michael Barasa
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Children- basic needs like food, shelter, clothing.

2. Family- parental love,care, protection and basic needs.

3. Community- spiritual growth, security, socialization.

4. Institution- education/teachers.

5. National government- provide security,protect children and their rights.

6. International- protecting children rights

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Jannet Chebunye
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Children -All children  under the age of eighteen  ,protection  of younger children, parents-  ensure that children are provided with the basic needs, community-  ensure moral values  are instilled  institutions  -Ensure5hat moral values and skills  are mentored.  National provision of facilities andequipment international  -make sure that laws governing  child  rights  are adhered to and also fight for them when not put in place.

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Ismail Abdikadir
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Children brother and sister

Family 

Community 

National government 

NGOs 

UN

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1.Children_siblings _

Needs basic needs & protection

2.Family_Parents&rest of the family

Provide love & basic needs.

3.Community _Elders & religious leaders.

_provide spiritual growth.

4.Institution_Teachers.

Provide education.

5.National government._provide security, child protection &rights

6.Internayional _UN,WHO bodies.

_Guards child rights

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Peter Kabiru
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1. Child: anyone below 18 yrs?/ siblings - they ensure that they enjoy rights and freedoms enshrined in the statutes. 

2. Family: Father, mothers,  elder sisters and brothers and the entire family members - they safeguard the rights of children at family level. 

3. Community: Chief and members of the society - oversee that children enjoy their rights and deal with any abuse at community level. 

4. Institutions: schools, churches,  hospitals - teach children of their rights as well as providing the rights to children. 

5. National : government - protects the rights and freedoms of children through legislation and provision of needs of children e.g education

6. International: UN, UNICEF,  NGOs - protect the rights of children from abuse and provide support for the realization of the rights and freedoms. 

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Leonorah Mwamsae
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1.sibling provide support and protection.

2.family-provide love care protection and basic needs.

.3community-provide religious growth from religious groups as well as protection.

4.institutions-teachers provide education.

5. National government-provide security and child protection.

6. International-provide protection to children rights and protection and child responsibilities.

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Nancy Wasike
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Siblings-Sipport

Family-love,basic needs

Community-Security, spiritual growth

Institution-education

National government-Security,health,child protection rules


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Joyce cherono
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1.children.brothers and sisters. Provides support and protection.

2.family.father, mother ,brothers and sisters.provide child protection,basic needs and give the children their rights.

3.community.elders and spiritual leaders.provide guidance and spiritual nourishments.

4.National.MOE ,MOH and National security.provide security, health support,and security.

5.international.NGOs .Ensure child protection and rights given.


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Nancy okal
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Family-Basic need,love and protection

Community-Moral values, role model

Institution-Education and instilling moral values

National Government-Guidelines and ensuring the children rights is not interfered with

International bodies- Overseeing that the children's right are protected

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Mrs. Wambugu
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Child - siblings, peer to peer safety

Family - provide for basic and emotional needs of the child

Community - Neighborhood watch and guidance

Institution - Advocate for the rights of children

National level - Create laws and policies to protect children

International level - Like FeedTheChildren advocate for a specific area of child protection

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Dorcas muleso
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Child-love basic needs.

Family-basics needs, love.

Community-elders, spiritual lders-spiritual guidance.

Institution-teacher impact knowledge and skills.

Government-childprotection rights.

International-UNICEF


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Truphena Cherotich
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Child rights is everyone's responsibility including the children themselves. They should be taught responsibility by the family. Institutions like school and government ought to empower child with knowledge of their rights.community norms keeps the child in the right path and protected from harm. National actors like administrators of government at various levels help secure child rights. International actors such as the UN charter on human rights and its institutions in country levels act as a watchdog to ensure compliance.

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Child = ready to learn

Family = give surport in all ways posible

Comunity = build conducieve environment

Nation = provide teachers and financial support to child

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Zipporah mwatha
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1.child_sibilings  .provide love and sense of belonging and protection.                                               2.family_parents family members. Provide love protection and basic needs.                                          3.community.elders and religious leaders. Provide spiritual growth and emotional development.            institution provide education and sense of belonging .                                                                        4.Nation_provude security and protection.                 international _guard children's rights 

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Anna M Musyoka
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1. Family: parents, siblings

Provide shelter, clothing, food, education

2. Community: Neighbours , church  provide protection , spiritual support, 

3. Institutions: teachers, peers , nurture and provide knowledge & protection 

4. National: government through its agencies eg ministry of education, security agency, health departments,  provide security, health services,  education,

5. International: UN , laws governing child protection

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Brenda Ndiemae
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Family actors; siblings and parents.they provide love, care and basic needs

Community actor;  religious leaders, chiefs and headmen protects the child against any exploitation

Institutional actors;teachers, security guards and cooks provides the child with education and security at school

National actors; the government.it safeguards the rights and freedom of a child through the bill of rights

International actors formulates international laws that safeguards rights of vulnerable children

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lilian yebei
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  1. Every one should protect them 

  2. They should know their rights and be empowered 

  3. Family are the first people to teach them on their rights 

  4. Community should sensitize them and protect 

  5. Institutions should empower them on their rights 

  6. National structures contribute to their empowerment 

  7. International structure to be formed so establish their rights  and uphold. 

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BRIGIT MARTHA OUMA
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Family- parents 

Community- elders, church elders, church at large and community. 

National level- the government 

International level- Government and all International organizations. 


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Judith Kutol
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Family: love and basic needs

Community: guidance, morals

National: protection, social services

International: sensitization and funding

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Jane Odugu
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Family    parents,siblings and other relatives 

Community  neighbours, the church 

Institutions teachers, schoolmates and subordinate staff 

National   the government 

International  human rights 

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Chepkirui Lilian
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National provides education 

Institution provides education and love 

Community provides love and basic needs 

Family provides love and basic needs 

Other siblings provides love 

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John Ngigi
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Family-  love and support

Communities-proection

Institution- rights of  the  child

National level legal framework

International level non governmental organization

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Martha Gikonyo
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1 .Children

Needs basic needs ,love & protection

2.Family - Parents & rest of the family

Provide love, protection & basic needs.

3.Community _ Elders & religious leaders.

_provide mentorship and spiritual growth.

4.Institution_Teachers.

Provide education( morals and also mentorship..)

5.National government._provide security, child protection &rights

6.International _ UN,WHO bodies.

_Guards child rights

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Mercy chepkirui
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1. Children- basic needs provided like shelter, food and clothing.

2. Family- parental love,care, protection and provision of basic needs.

3. Community- spiritual growth, security, socialization.

4. Institution- education

5. National government- provides children with their rights such as security, protection

6. International- protecting children rights internationally

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Redemptah Kikunze
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Children support

Family.. love and protection

Community.. spiritual growth

Institution... education

National government.. child rights

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Susan cheruiyot
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Susan Cheruiyot.

Siblings_suppor

Family_Basic needs,protection,love.

Community_Security,spiritual growth.

Institution_Education.

National_National and international security,enforce child protection rules

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Shaila Mwanza
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  1. Represents children/siblings who needs basic needs and protection. 

  2. Represents family who are in need of basic needs 

  3. Community/elders/religious leaders and in most cases provide spiritual growth and nourishment 

  4. Institution/teachers that provide basic education 

  5. National government which is required to provide security, child protection and child rights. 

  6. International bodies like UN,WHO, which guards child rights 

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Jemimah Muchika
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Children's siblings;

give  play materials.

 protection.

2.Family;

 basic needs and protection against any forms of abuses.

3.Community.

Protection against any forms of abuses.

4.Institutions;

Schools education 

5.Government;

security, education and protection.

6.International 

 advocate for the rights of children.


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BEATRICE AYIEKO
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Children enjoy developmental rights of play and leisure.

Father,mother,siblings

Church leaders,neighbours

Teachers,lawyers,police officers.

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BENARD AMBUCHI
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1.Children's siblings;

Provide play and play materials.

Provide protection.

2.Family;

Provide basic needs and protection against any forms of abuses.

3.Community.

Protection against any forms of abuses.

4.Institutions;

Schools provide education and necessary information to children.

5.Government;

Provide security, education and protection.

6.International organisations;

NGO's,WHO,UNESCO etc provide advocacy for the rights of children.


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Eunice kamanthe John
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 1- Family actors e.g parents should ensure children learn basics skills in life and their rights too

2. Community actors e.g village  chiefs and local pastors whose role is to ensure the children are well moulded and protected

3. Institutional actors like  teachers and heads of institution who should ensure that the children are taught how to become responsible  citizens in the society.

4. National actors like the MOE,MOH ,NGO's among others. These bodies should  ensure children's rights are well  protected.

5. International actors include global agencies should ensure children are protected and their  rights guarded. 

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Audlite mulinga
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Children brings  happiness  while  family provide the  basic  needs 

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Lilianyego
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Child - siblings safeguards the child against other children or people from taking advantage or abusing  them eg ..fights among kids.

Family- parents ensuring the kids are provided for with basic needs... encourages freedom of expression.

Community- ensures that the life of the kids are well protected...from abusers..

Institution- provides health care, education to the child.

National - the government provides free education, information and prosecutes perpetrators against the child.

International- Gives guidance toward correct adoption procedure and ensures that the children's rights are guarded.

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NAOMI KIMOTHO
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Siblings, need protection

Family , protection and basic needs

Community ,moral and spiritual support

Institution, offer education national ,security 

International,security and other needs



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Jane wangeci
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Children_siblings

Needs basic needs &protection

Community, Elders and religious leaders

Family_parents and rest of family members

Provide spiritual growth

Institution_Teacher

Provide education

National government_provide security, child protection and rights

International_UN ,Who, bodies

Guard child rights

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Edith Mang'oli
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Child_ siblings

Family_ parents and other members of the family

Community_ Elders,& religious leaders

Institutions _teachers

National structures _ child security centers 

International structures_ UN




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Lilian kimiti
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1_children_provide love, support and care 

2Family_providing protection, Basic needs, care, Education and love 

3 Community _To provide spiritual health through pastors, priests, Elders to protect, solve issues and guide. 

4 Institutions _Teachers _guide, counselling, educate and protect children. 

5 National government _to provide security and polices that rules for rights 

6 International organisations _eg UNESCO, WHO, UN _TO provide rules and regulations of child 's rights. 

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Maimuna
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1.children_ siblings..they provide protection and love

2.family_ parents..they provide basic education,needs and security

3.community__ chiefs,nyumba kumi and religious leaders..they report cases of violation,provide guidance and protection

4.institutions_ Teachers ...set defined roles to Learners, implement policies set by the government and give guidance and counseling to Learners

5.National government..they set policies on child protection and their roles

6 international organization _ WHO, UNICEF...they safeguard and protect children rights.

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Joan Concepta Akitwi
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Children

Siblings, peers, classmates

Role: peer counseling

Family

Parents and other relatives

Role: providing basic needs

         Being role models to children

         Protecting the child

Community

Community based organisations

Collaborate with other stake holders on matters children

Institutions

Schools, colleges

Guiding and safeguarding the child

Collaborate with other stakeholders


National government

Adminstrative leaders eg chiefs, assistant chiefs

Collaborating with other stakeholders to protect the child

International

WHO, UNICEF

Funding


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Ambrose lepati
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1.Child - Sibling and peers - company , sharing and socialization.

2. Family- parent and relatives - Protection and basic needs.

3.Community-neighbour and the society -  security and sense of belonging and share resources.

4.Institution- Schools and churches- They provide education, skill acquisition and development, modelling for holistic growth.

5.National- Government bodies and administrative powers- enhancing children rights and protection.

6.International- UN bodies like UNICEF and UNCF - They uphold growth to the standard requirements of the child

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1.siblings...offer support

2.family..basic needs provision,love and parental protection

3.community..offer security

4.. institution.. academic and professional knowledge-education

5.Government...enforcement of laws protecting children



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MOSES K KITUR
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Family_ basic needs, love, health, security.

 Community_protection, security, moral values.

Institutions_(school and church)_education, protection, spiritual growth and development.

National (Government)_ education, protection, rights.

International (UNICEF,WHO,UNESCO)_ child rights, protection, funds.


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Omudele John
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  • Children-Siblings;-

Love and protection.

  • Family -parents and extended family;-

Education, food, shelter, security, protection.

  • Community- religious leaders and village elders;-

Spiritual and social support.

  • Institutional support;- teachers

Quality education.

  • National government;-

Security through laws and policies.

Constitution of Kenya 2010.

  • International;- world organizations.

WHO

UNICEF

UNCHR

UNESCO

AMREF among others.

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Sarah Lusweti
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Children - parents, siblings

Family-uncles, aunties the rest of family members provide protection

Community-chief, village elder, church leaders

Provide protection and spiritual guidance

Institution- learner safety and protection

                   - guidance and counseling 

National- police, child protection,

International- UN,WHO 

                       - child protection

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Abdirahman Ibrahim
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Children_siblings _

Needs basic needs & protection

2Family_Parents&rest of the family

Provide love & basic needs.

3Community _Elders & religious leaders.

_provide spiritual growth.

4Institution_Teachers.

Provide education.

5National government._provide security, child protection &rights

6Internayional _UN,WHO bodies.

_Guards child rights

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Mwok Johnathan Awan
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Children- Siblings cooperation

Family- parental love support and love

Community- religous unity

National- security details

International- intercommunity security





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Elishiba John
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1.Siblings-support 

2.Family:Parents and extended relatives protection and provision of basic needs 

3.Community:include the chiefs and religious leaders whose role is to ensure the child grows up to become an all rounded person 

4.National level:MOH,MOE and NGOs whose role is to ensure protection of children's rights 

5.International agencies whose role is to ensure protection of children and their rights at large

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Imuchui k.glory
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1. Siblings : protection

2. Family: love, provision of basic needs

3. Community: security


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Caroline Munge
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Children-siblings

Family-Parents

Community- Chief,church,villagers

Institutions-Schools

National Actors. MOE,

International.. Children supporting groups

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1. Children - children  should report any form of abuse to responsible teacher, parents.

2. Family - parents have a duty to protect their children against in form of abuse.

3. Institution - schools,  the church, faith based organization.

4. National - government through it ministries in MOE, MOH, police, children officers

5. International - Global agencies eg UNICEF

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Reginah K Kitheka
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1 Children_ they support each other as they play together.

Report any issues of mistreatment

Report any unique happening

2 Family_ Parents and grandpas  _Provision of basic needs.

_ give love and care

_offer guidance and counseling

_enssures security

_Stands for discipline

_responsible for good grooming.

3. Community_line of administration and religious leaders.

_Sets rules and regulations of children's protection.

_ serves in spiritual growth

_Starts development projects l

4 Institutions _schools colleges and universities.hospitals_teachers ,tutors, lectures

_Provides necessary knowledge on child protection policies

_Passed knowledge in life skills

_ provides psycho_social Support to the learners.

_ acts as role models for holistic growth

_doctors provide medical care.

5  National government_ president and support team

_ provides security

_ child protection rights

_provision of basic needs

6  International_ UN ,UNICEF, WHO,WCOC

_Helps to guard the child rights

_Provides funds for Support

_creates employment.






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Esther kerich
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  • Children_They need to be provided with adequate protection against any form of child abuse.

  • Family_The family should provide all the basic needs to their children including protection against any form of child abuse.

  • Community_The entire community has to provide adequate security and protection to the child and make sure that no child right has been infridged.

  • Institution_ all the institutions should advocate for child protection against child abuse and rights.

  • National_As nation we should have set rules to be followed in child protection.

  • International there are specific organisation that fight for the rights and protection of the children.

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Victoria Sila
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Family include parents, siblings and other blood relatives.

Community include neighbors, church  

Institution include teachers and other support staff.

National goverment include children officers, chiefs, police 

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Irene ivy
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Family- parents and siblings. provide basic needs and discipline

Community- extended family,religious leaders etc. protect child's rights 

Institution- schools, hospitals etc. Provide education,life skills 

National - ministries, should ensure the child's rights are protected by putting in place laws to guard the same 

International- various unions and donors


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Maymuna Osman Abdi
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Children.basic needs.

Family basic needs.

Community. Discipline .

National. Security .

International. Guards their rights all.who

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Salome cheserek
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1.Child - Sibling and peers - company , sharing and socialization.

2. Family- parent and relatives - Protection and basic needs.

3.Community-neighbour and the society -  security and sense of belonging and share resources.

4.Institution- Schools and churches- They provide education, skill acquisition and development, modelling for holistic growth.

5.National- Government bodies and administrative powers- enhancing children rights and protection.

6.International- UN bodies like UNICEF and UNCF - They uphold growth to the standard requirements of the child

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Atiang Joan Murefu
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Examples of the individuals or structures that are responsible for child protection under each ring:

Family_ parents

Community_ elders

Institution_ teachers

National_ president

International_ UNICEF

Roles are:

Family: protecting children from being exploited.

Community: ensure that children are not mistreated in the community.

Institution: Report all cases of abuse to the authorities concerned.

National: protect children within the country.

International: protect children in the whole world against child abuse.

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Patricia maina
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Patricia Maina. 

I vote Lucy Njine.

1.Children_Need to understand the risks surrounding them

2.Family_especially parents should be the first to educate their children on safety measures

3.Community_society should embrace good things and abandon bad culture like early marriages

4.Schools_Should enlighten  learners on safety measures

5.Government/other organizations_should enforce strict measures on people abusing children

6.International organization_should come up with policies on child safety.


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Christine Minayo
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siblings-support

family-love n protection,n basic needs

community -spiritual growth, security

institution-education

national government- security international-enforce security n child protection rules

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Bett Kipkorir Weldon
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1. Children_siblings _

Needs basic needs & protection

2. Family_Parents&rest of the family

Provide love & basic needs.

3. Community _Elders & religious leaders.

Provide spiritual growth.

4. Institution_Teachers.

Provide education.

5. National government._provide security, child protection &rights

6. Internayional _UN,WHO bodies.

_Guards child rights

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Tadicha diramu
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Tadicha;

Rings of responsibilities

1)Children-should aware of their right inorder to take protective measure.

2)Family-parents,sibling,relatives take responsibility to safeguard  child education ,basic needs,health etc.

3)community-elders ensured that cultural practices do not hinder  their right any where.eg FGM

4)institution-schools ,churches to play key role in modelling and safeguarding child's right.

4)Nation-gov't and non gov't organisation enforce laws to protect and uphold child right.

Fight for their rights and provide them with basic needs.

5)International structures-Channeling and developing legal requirement for children right.


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Geofrey Okeno
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Sibling support.

Family_ love ,protection and provision of other basic needs.

Community_ security ,moral values and personal development.

Institution_Moral skills and basic education.

National government_ security ,law enforcement and developing child protection acts.




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Rachael kimeli
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Rachael Kimeli

 1 parents love and affection

2 church ,spiritual nourishment

3 siblings love

4government, security

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LUCY NJINE
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RINGS OF RESPONSIBILITY IN CHILD PROTECTION

1. Children - children need to know their rights and risks of abuse exposed to them. This will help them totake the necessary measure to protect themselves.

2. Family - parents, siblings and relatives -  these people have the responsibility of teaching the children on safety and ensuring that the child is safe.

3. Community - elders -  they should Ensure that the culture followed does not oppress children eg female genital mutilation.

4. Institutions- eg schools, churches- teachers and pastors have a key role in teaching the children about safety and also ensuring that the children are safe in these institutions.

5. Nation - government and non governmental organisations

- Government enforces the laws that protect and uphold children rights.

NGOs fight for children rights and teach the kids their rights.

6. International structures - international structures like United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, develop policies on child protection and ensure Nations follow them.

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Esther Mwangi
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Examples of the actor indicated in each circle/ring:-

Family.

Father,mother,uncle's,aunts,grandparents, nephew,niece.                    
Community.
Village leaders,nyumba kumi, pastors,  Community Based Child Protection(CBCP),   Institutions. 

Schools, churches,unions,health care,clubs.

National.

Government and non-governmental are The Children's Act,Childline Kenya, Child Rescue Kenya,Save the Child Kenya,Undugu Society Kenya(USK).

International.

United States Agency for International Development (USAID),United Nations Partners,United Nations International Children's Emergency Find,World Vision International,Amnesty International, International Bureau for Children's Rights.

It is important to make learners aware of their rights and risks they are exposed to.They should be made aware of the consequences of the abuse and how to protect themselves as well as where to report in case it happens. 

Family offers the first level of protection to children and teaches the child the first lessons on safety and self-safeguarding.   The community needs to ensure that its culture, traditions, all its activities and structures are safe and that they offer protection of every child.
Institutions whether national, county or local must have adequate child protection structures.

They should safeguard children and collaborate with each other to synergize and increase impact.
National structures include government and non-governmental institutions that contribute to protecting and safeguarding the wellbeing of children.

International structures focus on child protection. It is at this level that international and regional child protection   legal instruments are developed and coordinated for adoption and implementation at country level.


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Children_ siblings provide love and support

Family actors_ parents  provide basic needs support , love, and protection

Community actors_chief, Religious leaders and community members they  guide and support.

Institution actors_teachers and support staff in the school. They support and guide holistically

National actors_ ensure children rights are provided and protected.

International actors_ NGO's, UN,WHO they are for safeguarding ,protecting and ensuring children get their rights,

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Dianakeith
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The family safeguards the child against violence and provides basic needs. The community can protect the child through sensitization in churches. Nationally we have children rights departments such as child line Kenya..Internationally we have NGOs...UNEP

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Children- brothers and sisters

Family- parents and other family members

Community-all

National

International level

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Child: peers, parents,  caregivers 

Family: parents,  friends,  siblings 

Community:religious  and community leaders

Institutions: teachers,  MOE and school management,  peer educators and counselling , peace clubs 

National: MOE

International: teachers,  parents,  media, 

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Aron Mutugi
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  • Siblings/children- Support ,also needs basic needs

  • Family/Parents- Child protection

  • Community- provide security

  • Institution- provide formal and informal education

  • National- Security

  • International- Donations and sponsorship

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Family_give children protection

Community_provide security

Institutions_ give education

National_give security by making role tough for those who missuse children

International_donate funds to improve education

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Caroline Simiyu
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Family_ and lovebasic needs 

Community_ security 

Institutions_educate on rights 

National _ security 

International_assistance