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Human Rights 28 April 2015

Final Report Promoting Child Online Safety in Uganda

We undertook desk research on the current literature on child online safety including current policy and regulatory frameworks in Uganda. Findings from this research were integrated in the survey on children online safety practices in selected schools. (Please see annex 1) We also conducted focus group discussions with parents and children in selected schools to further gauge their understanding of the topic. Findings from these discussions fed into development of the E-safety toolkit.

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