Catch them young! The #netsafeedutour goes live
In celebration of Children’s Day, the #netsafe campaign will visit schools from Tuesday, May 23 – Wednesday, May 31 2017 in the cities of Lagos, Jos and Abuja.
The 20-minute talk session will be made up of student reps from each class, teachers, members of staff and the PTA – to shed light on the campaign as well as to draw support into promoting healthy habits over the internet by using the hashtag #netsafe.
Confirmed institutions to be visited within the #netsafeedutour week include Queens’ College, Chrisland Senior High School, Reagan Memorial Baptist Girls Secondary School, Immaculate Heart Comprehensive Senior High School, Ajigbeda Girls Secondary School and a host of other public senior secondary schools – all in Lagos, as well as Primegate Academy and Primegate College in Abuja and Rantya Model School and Remus Private School in Jos.
The #netsafe campaign is a W.I.S.E (Women In Sustainable Enterprise) Initiative aimed at promoting and projecting against the misuse and negative consumption of the internet in our community; while shedding more positive light on the pros of internet usage.
This project targets the entire family unit – addressing the concerns of parents, teaching general practice to the middle aged, and curbing the excesses of the young and impressionable.
About W.I.S.E. INITIATIVE
Women In Sustainable Enterprise Initiative is a network that aims to provide “Real Time Support and Collaboration” for individuals and society with a focus on social impact, health advocacy, business empowerment and educational advancement. The #netsafe campaign is a pioneer movement that will interact with and engage the Nigerian society and eventually the world in an open discussion about values and ethics.
For more information on the W.I.S.E. INITIATIVE, please contact Morenike Peter-Thomas (Media and Technology) on 08023635708 or Funmilayo Ayowole (Corporate Communications) on 08053361711.