With funding from Global Encryption Collation, DNS Africa Media and Communications was able to plan, develop and Execute its proposal for the Global Encryption Day.
It was a virtual Webinar for journalist and bloggers in Africa to share a Media Toolkit for beginner’s and professionals in the field of communication and journalism. This will help to share a researched toolkit on protection and sharing of data, available software, and guidelines to layout as a security measure. A resource depository link was created and will be managed with a stakeholder perspective.
Our Team started mobilization for the event with dedicated partners who had committed to be of assistance in all our projects. Due to technical glitches beyond our control, we could not share the links with participants during the discussion.
We had over 50 registered participants, facilitated by our invited expert.
We have successfully launched all Informative, Educative and Communication (IEC) Materials in PDF and Flip-PDF, MP3 Format for ease of use. The French version is under development.
The developed materials under DNS Africa Resource Center (DARC) are included in the link below:
We resolved that the partnership at the end of the virtual webinar promotes creation of IEC Materials to also educate other sectors and industries on Encryption.
The DNS Africa Resource Center also welcomed new partners with the intent to teach on the DNS Africa Academy Platform, hoping to receive support for such endeavors with various radio and tv series.
DNS Africa is proud to be part of this event.