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“Empowering Parents and Educators to Navigate Online Safety in the Digital Playground”

“Empowering Parents and Educators to Navigate Online Safety in the Digital Playground”


Parenting today isn’t a stroll in the park; it’s a digital adventure! Eveminet understands this, recognising that equipping ourselves with the right tools and knowledge is crucial in ensuring the safety and well-being of our children in this ever-evolving ecosystem.

October Cyber Security Awareness Month

???? Digital Playground: Where Online Safety Matters

As our children grow up in the internet era, their playground has extended into the digital realm, intertwining with their everyday lives. Eveminet steps in, focusing on Online Safety and Digital Well-being through initiatives like Whiz Kids Africa. Collaborations with tech giants like TikTok, Google, and Meta allow us to train on privacy features, community guidelines, and digital well-being programs.

Programs We Champion:

  • TikTok – Safer Together
  • Google – Online Safety 
  • Meta – Youth Wellbeing 

???? Reporting Mechanisms: A Path to Safety

In the face of cyber incidents, reporting is key. We’ve compiled a guide to various reporting mechanisms both within platforms and facilitated by the Government of Kenya. 

The Communication Authority of Kenya’s National Ke-Cirt: 

Email: incidents@ke-cirt.go.ke

Tel Hotlines: +254-703-042700 OR  +254-730-172700

Childline Kenya :Helpline Contacts:

Call: 116 / 0732 263 554
Call or text us on: 0724 555 251 / 0732 263 554
Whatsapp: +254 722 116 116
Email: 116@childlinekenya.co.ke

Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI):

Criminal Offenses: Report criminal incidents or activities to the DCI through their online reporting platform or by visiting their offices.

National Police Service (NPS):

Emergency Hotline: For urgent incidents, call the police hotline (999) to report crimes or emergencies.

When reporting incidents to government agencies, ensure you provide accurate details and information to facilitate their investigation or response. Additionally, some social media platforms have specific reporting guidelines for different types of incidents, including harassment, hate speech, violence, or fraud, so it’s advisable to refer to their respective help centers or support pages for detailed instructions on reporting specific issues.

For specific reporting steps for platforms like TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, Discord, and WhatsApp, your safety is a priority.

  • Inappropriate Content: Click on the three dots (…) next to the post, select “Find support or report post,” then follow the prompts to report the content.
  • Profiles or Pages: Go to the profile or page, click on the three dots (…), select “Find support or report page/profile,” and follow the steps.
X formerly Twitter:
  • Tweets: Click on the dropdown arrow next to the tweet and select “Report Tweet.” Follow the instructions provided.
  • Profiles: Go to the user’s profile, click on the three dots (…), and select “Report.”
  • Posts or Comments: Click on the three dots (…) and select “Report this post/comment.”
  • Profiles: Visit the profile, click on the three dots (…), and choose “Report/Block.”

In the TikTok app, go to the person’s profile.
Tap the Share button at the top.
Tap Report.
Tap Report account.
Select a reason for the report and tap Submit.


Community Guidelines, Age Restrictions and how to report
To report a Snapchat account, press and hold on that Snapchatter’s name and press the “More” option (or tap the ⚙ button). Select “Report” to report the account and let us know what’s going on. 


???? How to Reach Us

While we can’t cover every social platform’s reporting method, we’re available to assist! Reach out to us via WhatsApp at +245-100-949094, visit our website www.eveminet.co.ke, or drop us an email at Info@eveminet.co.ke.

In this digital age, safety is a shared responsibility. Let us be determined to equip ourselves and create conducive environments  for our children to thrive!

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