Martin Luther King III joins the Kectil Advisory Board

The Malmar Knowles Family Foundation and The Kectil Program are delighted to announce that Mr. Martin Luther King III has joined the Kectil Advisory Board for a 2018-2019 term. As the oldest son of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King III serves as an ambassador of his parent’s legacy of nonviolent …

Muneeb from Pakistan Writes Blog on Rejecting Extremism

Role of Youth in Rejecting Extremism in Pakistan By: Muneeb from Pakistan Pakistan is one of the underdeveloped countries of the world where many problems exist that can’t be solved without the help of youth. Extremism is an important problem which is consistently destroying our young blood. Our government is not doing enough to stop it and eradicate it from its roots. Now it’s become …

She Leads Africa (SLA) Published a Profile of Kectil Colleague Dr. Enibokun Orobator

DR ENIBOKUN OROBATOR: UNDERSTAND YOUR WORKPLACE DYNAMICS By: UGOCHI OBIDIEGWU Dr Enibokun Theresa Orobator is a young African doctor, a visionary and public health enthusiast. She works as a Medical Science Liaison officer in a multi-national pharmaceutical company.Dr Orobator is also a student at the University of Edinburgh, a Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) 2016 fellow, a KECTIL colleague and …

Kectil Colleague Luiz Bispo Attended UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere Programme

From 18th to 25th September 2017, a lot of young souls, brains and voices were in Venice (Italy) in order to find out strategies to the best management of the Biosphere Reserves (BRs) in the planet. It was simply amazing to meet up people from around the world, youth from around the world The UNESCO`s Man and Biosphere Programme created …

Letter from Onya

Dear Kenyans, I am from Cameroon. I want to write a letter to Kenyans as if I am living with you, which I am in spirit. My fellow people, August 2017, has turned out to be a great historic day for us Kenyans, as we celebrate the Chief Judge of the Supreme Court who has annulled the Presidential elections on …

Letter from Muneeb

Dear People of Kenya, I am from Pakistan and it’s my pleasure to help my brothers and sisters of Kenya in their time of need. After studying the background of Kenya, I reached the conclusion that Pakistan has similar problems as Kenya. In the case of Pakistan, the political divide is based on provinces and not tribes as it is in Kenya. Depending on which party is in power the coin flips to favor the …

Letter from Josh

Dear Kenyans, Kenya is a great nation! We are blessed to be in this nation. Our forefathers fought for our independence and left Kenya to grow to a first world country. Surprisingly the problems now continue to persist. It is bad leadership that has led to all these problems. We recently voted in leaders and voted out others. Following the …

Letter from Omega

Dear Kenya: We have seen the Chair of the Commonwealth Observer Group, former President of Ghana John Mahama come out in support of the electoral commission by stating that the Kenyan elections across all six levels of government have been “credible”, fair and inclusive.  On the same side you have the European Union, African Union and US who have also …

Letter from Sher

Dear Kenyans: We urge every Kenyan even those who do not believe in the system and the leadership to go to the polls and vote on Election Day as a patriotic citizen. Elections are a pivot of democracy. The election process is a source of pride and honour to the nation. It is to unify the country and make the …

Letter from Azeem

 Dear Kenyans:   The Kenyan Constitution requires a general election on the second Tuesday in August in every fifth year. There have been public discussions to move the date from August to December with proponents pointing to fiscal timeline (1 July – 30 June) clashing with an August date because most ministries that support critical election processes will not have been fully …