UNESCO launches internet universality indicators national assessments for Benin, Senegal and Kenya

KICTANet developed the Kenya national assessment of Internet Universality

The Internet Universality Indicators framework consists of a set of 303
indicators including 109 core ones that aim to assess how well national
stakeholders, including governments, companies and civil society perform in
adhering to the ROAM principles of Rights, Openness, Accessibility and
Multi-stakeholder participation, as well as a number of 79 cross-cutting
indicators concerning gender equality, youth, ethical dimensions and
sustainable development.

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