Kenya School of Internet Governance 2019 fellows

KeSIG 2019 Fellows

KeSIG 2019 Fellows

The fourth Kenya School of Internet Governance was held on 98th to 31st July 2019 at  Sarova Panafric Hotel, Nairobi. The report of the school is available here. The program of the 2019 KESIG edition is available here.

KeSIG is an introductory course covering technical, economic, legal and contemporary social issues brought about by the Internet and how they affect Kenyan decision making. It aims to build a critical mass of individuals advocating for Internet rights and freedoms through equipping the participants with the skills needed to participate meaningfully in local, regional and global policy discourse.

Areas to be covered in the training include; Introduction to internet governance, Main concepts in internet governance, Internet governance processes and how to get involved, Kenya’s internet Governance policy /legal framework(s),  internet Governance Issues in Kenya, Digitalisation and digital rights in Kenya and Africa at large.

The 2019 cohorts were

  1. Joyce Gathoni, Mutemi Sumbi Advocates
  2. Kevin Mburu, AFTLD
  3. Obilo Brian, IHUB
  4. Vallarie Wendy, University of Nairobi-CFS
  5. Beatrice Wairimu, Rahum Enterprices
  6. Stacy Ayoo Owango, Africa Nazarene University
  7. Clarisse Mideva ,Walford Ventures
  8. Felix Ngugi Waime, Cyberspeaks Lc
  9. Tevin Mwenda, Kenya School of law student
  10. Everlyn Wanjiru, ISUZU E.A
  11. Lolyne Ongeri, Bloggers Association of Kenya
  12. Festus Cherop, Katimok Exclusive
  13. Lydia Akinyi, BRCK Ltd
  14. Daphine Bilima, Human Rights Defender-Eldoret
  15. Njuguna Ngarama, Photolite
  16. Caroline Kirichu, Computer Society
  17. Jacob Oyugi, Kenya Privacy
  18. Wakini Njogu, Freelance Journalist
  19. Rono Kiptum, Communications Authority
  20. Athena Morgan, ISOC Kenya
  21. Monica Juma, KBC IAWRT
  22. Hellen Kariuki, ISOC Kenya
  23. Effie Lwova, KNCHR
  24. Nzambi Kakusu, KICTANet
  25. Radhia Wanjiru, Multimedia University
  26. Tracy Kendi, Avid Public Relations
  27. Dorcas N’ganga, University of Nairobi
  28. Esparencia Peritah, Multimedia University
  29. Wambui Karori, KICTANet
  30. Norman Mbaisi, Youth Alive Kenya
  31. Anthony Mwiti, DOD
  32. Leonard Otunga, DOD
  33. Asha Jaffar, ActionAid
  34. Ida N’ganga, RCD Africa
  35. Stephen Kiarie, Safaricom
  36. Brenda Gabantu, Communications Authority
  37. Rachel Kinyua, Communications Authority
  38. Rapudo Hawi, ISOC Kenya
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