ISOC Kenya Chapter est. 2012

Open Internet for All

Internet Society Kenya Chapter

Internet Society Kenya Chapter

Internet Society Kenya Chapter is a not for profit Internet Technical Community that aims at advancing internet policy, technology standards and future developments of the Internet in Kenya. Internet Society is the world's trusted independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards, and future development. More than simply advancing technology, we work to ensure the Internet continues to grow and evolve as a platform for innovation, economic development, and social progress for people around the world. The Internet Society has for many years been the champion for internet advancement and open resource usage. Internet Society Kenya Chapter is a not for profit Internet Technical Community that aims at advancing internet policy, technology standards and future developments of the Internet in Kenya.

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ISOC Chapterthon Project: Shule Tarakimu

ISOC Chapterthon Project: Shule Tarakimu

Chapterthon is a global Internet Society (ISOC) Chapters marathon, where all ISOC Chapters can participate by developing a project within a timeline and budget to achieve a common goal for the development of education and the Internet. Internet Society Kenya Chapter initiated a project in St. Christine Education Centre, which is located in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya. The project aimed at creating a focal point of Internet connectivity for academic purposes at St. Christine Education Centre to serve other education schools. The motive behind the initiative was to use the Internet Society Chapterthon funds to bridge the gap in basic education in the excessively marginalised region of Kibera. Kibera constituency has experience volatile political demonstrations that has been disrupting education and other learning processes in the constituency. Skilled teachers and mentors are also not able to access the learning institutions during the demonstrations. Internet Society Kenya Chapter nominated four Chapter members to drive the project to completion. The project has been successfully implemented at the institution with the setting up of a local server to host and distribute contents, install and setup network infrastructure and deliver learning contents to the students. During the project proposal, various participants were involved in the learning: Teachers, primary schools pupils, high school students and the community. They were trained on various digital literacy programmes and graduated with a certificate of participation. Internet Society has achieved the objective of the project proposal and hopes to expand the scope of the project with more future partnerships. Internet Society, Internet for All

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Beyond the Net: Safe Online, Safe Onland

Beyond the Net: Safe Online, Safe Onland

To address this emerging problem in Kenya, MediaNet Works, in partnership with Koinonia Community (a child protection nonprofit organization) and in collaboration with the Internet Society Kenya Chapter, is working to implement an Internet safety project for children entitled “Safe Online, Safe Onland”. The project it is supported by the Internet Society Beyond the Net Funding Programme and it will benefit over 700 former street children living and schooling in Koinonia Community’s rehabilitation children centers. The project will provide an opportunity for children to learn new life skills on how to use the Internet effectively for their personal, intellectual, and spiritual development. Children rescued from difficult circumstances will benefit from the project’s activities and information on how to use the Internet responsibly and positively.

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What We Do


The Internet is fundamentally based on the existence of open, non-proprietary standards. They are key to allowing devices, services, and applications to work together across a wide and dispersed network…


Research & Technology

The Chapter's research mission broadly encompasses the identification of research priorities for solutions to societal problems and knowledge advancement and dissemination, coupled with transfer of technology. generate evidence-based research which…


Internet Issues

Internet development is about people. Shared knowledge and collaborative relationships are key drivers of successful Internet growth, not technology alone. The Internet Society works to foster growth and access to…



Our work is based upon our fundamental belief that the Internet is for everyone. In pursuing our objectives, we operate collaboratively and inclusively, working with governments, national and international organizations,…



Preparing a new generation to succeed as Internet technology, policy, and business leaders is a key objective for the Internet Society. To be successful, the next generation of Internet leaders…

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