I trust you are all well. I can hardly keep up with all the great stuff you
all are doing and sharing on this forum but this has caught my attention.
Perhaps as a mom, my eyes are selective and my antennae went up for this
I have read some of your great inputs on legal, policy and legislative gaps
that may need to be bridged. We are ready to prioritize this should some of
you be willing to work with Senate ICT committee to support this great
initiative of the DCI further by entrenching it in robust frameworks that
would have positive and sustainable impact for our children.
I look forward to hearing more ideas and working on this with you.
Additionally, if there are other developments that you feel we should be
aware of and acting on, do feel free to reach out.
With kind regard,
On Tue, Mar 26, 2019, 08:57 Watoto Watch Network via kictanet <
> Hello Listers,
> Great development for children in our online space in Kenya; Opening of
> the *Cyber Wing* at the Child Protection Unit (DCI).
> The wing will support investigators tackle Child Online crimes.
> The unit will be the first in Africa to be linked to Interpol\’s
> International Child Sexual Exploitation database.
> See more info; @DailyNation
> Great day.
> Lillian Kariuki.
> (Executive Director, Watoto Watch Network)
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