Simba-Safe Kenya runs a Personal Safety Education Programme (PSE) for children and the founder is Maryana Munyendo.The Simba-Safe Program seeks to empower kids with information regarding how to tackle real life situations that may face them such as what to do when they get lost, safety skills necessary to protect themselves from physical or sexual abuse and how to tell a trusted adult about any problems they may have.

The Simba-Safe Program approaches the subject of prevention in a very gentle and non-frightening way using hands-on discovery learning that is FUN, EDUCATIONAL & ENTERTAINING for children through free spontaneous play. Through various ways they stimulate children so that they can transition from being taught or entertained (passive) to learning through play (active).
Simba-Safe’s training programs are also tailored to the age appropriate cognitive and learning abilities of children. It is important that children enjoy and look forward to the lessons. If children know that there is something they can do to keep safe, they will feel safer and more confident.

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Event: Simba-Safe Child Safety Fair

Target: Ages 4 -10

Time: 10.00 am to 2.00 pm

Date: Saturday 28 November 2015

Entrance: KES 500 per child (Adults Free)

Venue: Nairobi Children’s Traffic Safety Park, Nyerere Road Next to Luther Plaza

• Personal safety lessons
• Online safety lessons
• Traffic safety lessons
• Fun and educative games
• Free safety information for parents
• Interaction with product and service providers of child safety products and services
*Children can bring their own bikes for fun in the park as they learn traffic safety lessons.
*Vendors of children’s safety products and services can contact organizers for exhibition.

Contact Details:
Telephone: +254-715856885
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