[PHOTOS] CA launches 'Smart Soldjas' to curb online threats

The main aim is to ultimately empower children with knowledge and skills to stay safe.

In Summary

• This year’s theme is “Together for a better internet: All fun and games, Exploring respect and relationships online”.

• The celebrations will look into how stakeholders can join hands to make the internet a safer and better place for all, especially for children and young people.

Huawei Kenya government relations Adam Lane, Huawei’s Director Women in Technology Maureen Mwaniki, CA Consumer and Public AFFAIRS Director rep Patricia Muchiri, Usiku games CEO Jay Shapiro, CA Director Legal Mercy Wanja with Junel Primary School students use tablets during the marking of world's safer internet day on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Huawei Kenya government relations Adam Lane, Huawei’s Director Women in Technology Maureen Mwaniki, CA Consumer and Public AFFAIRS Director rep Patricia Muchiri, Usiku games CEO Jay Shapiro, CA Director Legal Mercy Wanja with Junel Primary School students use tablets during the marking of world's safer internet day on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA

The Communications Authority on Tuesday launched an online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas", aimed at teaching kids and young people how to recognize online threats and ways to handle them.

The main aim is to ultimately empower children with knowledge and skills to stay safe in the digital environment.

This year’s celebrations themed “Together for a better internet: All fun and games, Exploring respect and relationships online”, will look into how stakeholders can join hands to make the internet a safer and better place for all, especially for children and young people.

Grade 7 students of AEF Reuben Primary school in Mukuru Triza Odima and Vincent Aluchio together with Director Legal Communications Authority Mercy Wanja engage in a just launched online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas" during the making of 2022 Safer Internet Day celebrations at Movenpick Hotel on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 7 students of AEF Reuben Primary school in Mukuru Triza Odima and Vincent Aluchio together with Director Legal Communications Authority Mercy Wanja engage in a just launched online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas" during the making of 2022 Safer Internet Day celebrations at Movenpick Hotel on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 7 students of AEF Reuben Primary School in Mukuru Triza Odima and Vincent Aluchio together with Director Legal Communications Authority Mercy Wanja engage in a just launched online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas" during the making of 2022 Safer Internet Day celebrations at Movenpick Hotel on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 7 students of AEF Reuben Primary School in Mukuru Triza Odima and Vincent Aluchio together with Director Legal Communications Authority Mercy Wanja engage in a just launched online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas" during the making of 2022 Safer Internet Day celebrations at Movenpick Hotel on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 7 pupil Vincent Aluchio of AEF Reuben Primary School joins Communications Authority Director Legal Mercy Wanja during the launch of an online game dubbed "Smart Soldjas" during the making of the world's safer internet day on February 8, 2022 at Movenpick Hotel, Westlands. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 7 pupil Vincent Aluchio of AEF Reuben Primary School joins Communications Authority Director Legal Mercy Wanja during the launch of an online game dubbed "Smart Soldjas" during the making of the world's safer internet day on February 8, 2022 at Movenpick Hotel, Westlands. /CHARLENE MALWA
Junel Primary School students engage in a game launched during the marking of the world's safer internet day 2022 in Partnership with Communications Authority at Movenpick on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Junel Primary School students engage in a game launched during the marking of the world's safer internet day 2022 in Partnership with Communications Authority at Movenpick on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Communications Authority officials among other key stakeholders from Global System for Mobile Association (GSMA) take a photo during the launch of an online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas" on the marking of the world safer internet day at Movenpick Hotel, Westlands on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Communications Authority officials among other key stakeholders from Global System for Mobile Association (GSMA) take a photo during the launch of an online game dubbed “Smart Soldjas" on the marking of the world safer internet day at Movenpick Hotel, Westlands on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 6 pupils Vyona Nyawira and Adrian Barry of Junel Primary School Kabete lead other students in playing games on tablets during the marking of the world's safer internet day at Movenpick Westlands, Nairobi on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Grade 6 pupils Vyona Nyawira and Adrian Barry of Junel Primary School Kabete lead other students in playing games on tablets during the marking of the world's safer internet day at Movenpick Westlands, Nairobi on February 8, 2022. /CHARLENE MALWA
Judith Nyambura alias Avril who was the moderator of the day takes a photo with Pupils from Junel School during the marking of world's safer internet day on February 8, 2022 at Movenpick Hotel, Nairobi / CHARLENE MALWA
Judith Nyambura alias Avril who was the moderator of the day takes a photo with Pupils from Junel School during the marking of world's safer internet day on February 8, 2022 at Movenpick Hotel, Nairobi / CHARLENE MALWA