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Bingwa Magazine - Guiding our children into a better future
BINGWA is the magazine for the children of Africa; a source of information, advice and fun. It is a unique forum where children can speak up and be heard. BINGWA means champion in Swahili.
The magazine aims to turn its readers into champions by nurturing and interacting with them to encourage a wholesome outlook to learning, a confident and innovative disposition, and to foster them towards becoming socially mature citizens who will contribute positively to the world.
Who does BINGWA Reach?
  • BINGWA is targeted at upper- primary school students; that is, children aged 10-13
  • The magazine was initially published every term and distributed free of charge to primary schools in Kenya and Uganda.It will soon be available in other African countries as well.
  •  For 2014,the publishers are preparing a special edition to be distributed on the Day of the African Child (16 June). 
  • To help partner with us or help BINGWA expand its reach, you can send us an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call +254 719 619 006 
  • The BINGWA online version is available here at www.bingwa.org

About the publishers
BINGWA Magazine is published and distributed by Child Africa, a child-support non-profit organisation that operates in Kenya and Uganda and has close ties with Norway.
 
The publication was created upon realizing that majority of African children have no reading materials to enhance a reading culture and feed their curiosity and creativity. Most of Africa’s children are exposed only to their school text books. Little attention is paid to providing them with supplementary reading materials. The economic and social realities in the continent have discouraged private publishers from seeking to fill this void.  


For more information, please call +254 719 619 006 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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