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Safe Online Safe OnLand: Promoting Safety Nets on the Internet for Children

Kenya Chapter in partnership with MediaNet and Koinonia Community
Category: Sustainable Development Goals Support

The Internet has presented new challenges in child protection. Studies show that children living in the streets and those in care institutions are at higher risk of abuse than others. This project aims to empower over 450 children, especially those living in the streets, children rescued and now living in rehabilitation homes. 700 children hosted by Koinonia Community will also benefit from this initiative. The project will provide children the opportunity to learn how to use the Internet effectively for their personal, intellectual and spiritual development. To realize this, 10 local Journalists, 10 Teachers, 5 social workers and 10 children will be trained on how to deliver Internet safety programs and help establish Internet safety clubs in schools.

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