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Navigate safely on the internet" Exhibit launches in El "Salvador

Ahuachapán, El Salvador, May 29th, 2018. The Vice Minister of Science and Technology of the El Salvador Ministry of Education and the office of the United Nations against Drug and Crime (UNODC) officially inaugurated the program for boys and girls "Navigate safely on the internet: Save, protect and share this information" in order to bring prevention to cybercrime within the three centers of Interactive Applied Sciences (CIACs).
The program brings values and skills such as critical thinking, empathy, group working comprehension, and problem solving skills so that when the boys and girls of El Salvador, when using the Internet or there cellular phones, can exercise their rights on the internet as they do to not be intimidated, but to be orientated, and the freedom to access information on the web.           
Additionally the program will provide tools so that boys and girls are able to identify factors of risk that could possibly take advantage of their vulnerability, and can bring into affect those specific skills, character building values, and actions, so they avoid becoming another victim of the crimes such as grooming, sexual predators, and cyberbullying.
The Interactive Applied Sciences Center (CIAC) is a teaching tool for a better understanding of the importance of the process of the teach and learn operation for teachers and students in studying field of science; experiments, demonstrations, and workshops are provided for associated subjects of science on geology, astronomy, chemistry, physics, and environmental science. Thanks to the support of the UNODC, they will begin to incorporate activity links for the prevention of cybercrime.
In 2018 it is expected that the Interactive Applied Science Center will advise more than 20,000 people at the three locations in La Libertad, Ahuachapán, and Morazán.
The permanent expositions are realized by the generous financial backing of Qatar, which has finally been able to start the project, on behalf of the UNODC, of "Education for Justice- Prevention of Cybercrime in the Region of Central America", at the mark of the implementation of the Declaration of Doha that has the principle objective to promote societies within the pacific, and nearby. The Declaration of Doha urges states to promote values and awareness so that their citizens are fundamentally sound. Declaration of Doha also urges that states pick up on educative programs that promote equality, solidarity, and justice, so that they can count on the younger generations to be promoters of the programs within their own communities, so that positive changes occur.