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UNODC Continues Working on Cybercrime Prevention in El Salvador

San Salvador. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Global Programme on Cybercrime, participated on two interviews in El Salvador's National Radio stations.

The first interview, on April 6, was broadcasted by the National Radio station in the radio program Go to School (Vamos a la Escuela), UNODC was represented by Ms. Nayelly Loya, UNODC Global Programme on Cybercrime Project Coordinator in El Salvador.  Additionally, Mr. Jaime Palma, Officer at the Science and Technology Department of the Ministry of Education participated on this broadcast.

The objective of the interview was to inform the Salvadoran population about the most common risks found online, to provide prevention measures when using the Internet, and to interact with the audience in order to answer questions on this topic.

The second interview, on April 18, was transmitted in the radio program "Attention Citizen" (Atención Ciudadano), produced by the Legislative Assembly Radio. In this opportunity, UNODC was represented by Mr. Carlos Rosa, Global Programme on Cybercrime Project Associate in El Salvador. Mr. William Mejía, General-Director of Science and Technology of the Ministry of Education, also participated in this program.

The purpose of this interview was to present the different actions on prevention performed by UNODC in coordination with the Ministry of Education on cybercrime prevention among children, and to raise awareness among general population about dangerous situations that can be found on the Internet which affect childhood.