ISSUES: Youth Reform: 110817_Kibera__BobMiller_140

Youth worker Moses Omondi teaches young children ages 13-16 about inner peace and how to respond to violence at a weekly Peace Club meeting at St. Juliet School. As a project of Tatua, which means {quote}to solve,{quote} Peace Club was started in March 2011 to give Kenyans the tools and knowledge necessary to live at peace with oneself and among others. {quote}We are teaching the young generation about the issues that can disturb peace,{quote} said Martin Musambai, a volunteer with Tatua. {quote}They need to know how to safeguard themselves against a life of violence. If you target the children, give them the skills, when they are adults they will be able to resolve their own conflicts.{quote}

Youth worker Moses Omondi teaches young children ages 13-16 about inner peace and how to respond to violence at a weekly Peace Club meeting at St. Juliet School. As a project of Tatua, which means "to solve," Peace Club was started in March 2011 to give Kenyans the tools and knowledge necessary to live at peace with oneself and among others. "We are teaching the young generation about the issues that can disturb peace," said Martin Musambai, a volunteer with Tatua. "They need to know how to safeguard themselves against a life of violence. If you target the children, give them the skills, when they are adults they will be able to resolve their own conflicts."