Centre for Media & Information Literacy in Kenya

 
Delegates pose for a group photo in the 2nd Pan African MIL Conference held in Abuja, Nigeria in December 2015. CMIL-Kenya was represented.
MIL in Education: Meru School students sing their anthem at an alumni meeting in which MIL issues were discussed.
School girls in a TV Programme: Schools are increasingly becoming a media content target, hence the need for MIL for Schools.
Students as content creators: Meru School journalism club showcase the school magazine to alumni.
Pupils of a public primary school in Kakamega County: There’s need for equity in school’s infrastructure to provide for equal access to digital literacy.
CMIL-Kenya and renowned Media Literacy scholars from USA & Canada held a 2-day workshop for students at Riara University in July, 2016.
CMIL-Kenya also conducted a 2-day MIL workshop for educators in Nairobi. Teachers are an integral component in the dissemination of media literacy skills.
CMIL-Kenya Executive Director makes a point at the 2nd Pan African MIL Conference in Abuja.
Frank Baker of Media Literacy Clearing House moderating during the students workshop in Nairobi.
Canadian Media Literacy author Irving Rother presenting during the students workshop

CMIL Exec. Director Making his remarks

CMIL-Kenya Executive Director receives a book from the visiting Media Literacy author Dr. Frank Baker at Hemmingways Hotel, Nairobi
Students presenting group discussion findings

Who We Are

Who We Are

CMIL-Kenya is a not-for-profit media think-tank organization registered in Kenya with the aim of spearheading the uptake of media and information literacy among various citizen groups in the country.

What We Do

What We Do

CMIL-Kenya empowers Kenyan citizens to fully utilize their constitutionally guaranteed freedom of expression and access to information by demanding…

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