Kenya IGF week

During Kenya IGF Week, KICTANet holds several events to celebrate the magic of the internet and discuss common issues on internet governance and digital rights

A safer web for women

What is violence against women online, and what is gender based cybercrime? This short comic strip simplifies the challenges faced by women online.


Tune in to KBC Channel1 and watch Take on Tech -  a program that brings you contemporary issues on ICTs in Kenya. Let us simplify tech for all.


Achievement of the Network over the Years


Thought Leadership Forums

Persons trained

Policy Interventions

Conversations in KICTANET listserv

Active listers contributing often

Different conversation threads

Impressions on ICT policy discussions

Our Pillars

KICTANet’s organisational strategy:

Policy Advocacy

We bring stakeholders together to discuss on the best policy alternatives and also monitor the progress of policy development processes.

Capacity building

To ensure continuity and diversity in the policy development, we bring in new voices in the different stakeholder backgrounds through training and events.


Our policy advocacy and capacity building are supported by evidence based research through an established working group on both current and emerging issues.

Stakeholder engagement

We facilitate stakeholder engagement through collaborative initiatives in face-to-face Town Hall meetings, and in the KICTANet?s interactive mailing list where multiple stakeholders engage regularly on ICT policy issues.


Featured publications

Reports, Manuals etc

Featured publications

Reports, Manuals etc
Licensing Framework for Community Networks
Kenya Policy Brief on Internet Shutdowns

Kenya IGF Report 2021

Public participation: An Assessment of Recent ICT Policy Making Processes in Kenya
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