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Vodafone Ghana supports child online safety

Monday 13 February 2017 | 15:12 CET | News
Vodafone Ghana, in partnership with J Initiative (JI) a non-Governmental Organisation, has organised a sensitisation session for pupils of De Youngsters Primary School to educate them on how young people can use the internet safely, responsibly and in positive ways as part of activities to mark Safer Internet Day (SID).

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Vodafone Ghana
Countries: Ghana
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