Yes, Tess of iHub has been talking about digital literacy for other groups,
including children and senior citizens etc. Talk to her.
On Friday, 24 January 2020, Francis Monyango via kictanet <
> Hi Malcom
> I think iHub has a program.
> On Fri, 24 Jan 2020, 08:48 Malcolm Kijirah via kictanet, <
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>> Dear All,
>> A colleague at Cchub in Nigeria asked me to see if there is anyone
>> working in the space of online literacy/digital safety for senior citizens.
>> They are looking to partner for this program being held next week. Please
>> circulate or let me know.
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