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GSMA We Care initiative launches in Kenya with focus on child protection

Tuesday 20 November 2018 | 09:29 CET | News
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Kenya's mobile operators and regulatory and government bodies have come together to support a GSMA initiative aimed at ensuring a safe online environment for children and young people in Kenya. Airtel Kenya, Jamil Telecommunications, Safaricom and Telkom Kenya became signatories of a new Child Online Protection Charter, marking the first stage in the launch of the GSMA's We Care campaign in Africa. The charter is also backed by the Communications Authority of Kenya and the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel Kenya / GSMA / Safaricom / Telkom Kenya
Countries: Kenya
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