Zain Saudi Arabia launches “Internet monsters” campaign to protect young people from malnutrition

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Based on classic fairytale characters with some contemporary updates التحديثات

Zain Saudi Arabia launched the “Internet Monsters” campaign aimed at spreading awareness about the safety of children’s use of the Internet, through various digital platforms and social media, at a time when this age group is increasingly active on the Internet, as today it represents 30% of the children’s use of the Internet. Total users of this network.

The company revealed that the campaign is based on the characters of classic fictional stories, to which some contemporary updates have been added to depict what is happening in the digital world, and in a targeted and direct educational manner, as the characters of the villains in each story are digitally embodied, and the company indicated that it aims to help children visualize the threats that they face. You can confront them during their use of the Internet and how to deal with it, and teach them appropriate ways to protect against such threats.

Zain Saudi Arabia’s Chief Communications Officer, Mr. Rayan bin Abdullah Al-Turki, said: “As a leading provider of communications and information technology services, we are committed to our societal role at all levels, and protecting our rising generations comes at the forefront of this commitment, because this age group is of paramount importance in the sustainability of our societies. And the launch of the “Internet Monsters” campaign comes at a time when expectations indicate an increase in the use of the Internet by young age groups, especially in light of the new reality imposed by the emerging Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. Digital threats that you may face, especially when malicious use of the network, which may increase levels of delinquency and violence in children in particular. Al-Turki stressed “the importance of cooperating with parents in this field, in order to enhance children’s vigilance and contribute to achieving the desired results of this campaign.”

It is worth noting that the “Internet Monsters” campaign is part of the “Zain Group” initiative in the region, in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), where they signed a memorandum of understanding to work on promoting activities related to children’s rights.

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Zain Saudi Arabia launches the “Internet Monsters” campaign to protect young people from harmful network practices

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Zain Saudi Arabia launched the “Internet Monsters” campaign, which aims to spread awareness about the safety of children’s use of the Internet, through various digital platforms and social media, at a time when this age group is increasingly active on the Internet, as today it represents 30% of the children. Total users of this network.

The company revealed that the campaign is based on the characters of classic fictional stories, to which some contemporary updates have been added to depict what is happening in the digital world, and in a targeted and direct educational manner, as the characters of the villains in each story are digitally embodied, and the company indicated that it aims to help children visualize the threats that they face. You can confront them during their use of the Internet and how to deal with it, and teach them appropriate ways to protect against such threats.

Zain Saudi Arabia’s Chief Communications Officer, Mr. Rayan bin Abdullah Al-Turki, said: “As a leading provider of communications and information technology services, we are committed to our societal role at all levels, and protecting our rising generations comes at the forefront of this commitment, because this age group is of paramount importance in the sustainability of our societies. And the launch of the “Internet Monsters” campaign comes at a time when expectations indicate an increase in the use of the Internet by young age groups, especially in light of the new reality imposed by the emerging Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. Digital threats that you may face, especially when malicious use of the network, which may increase levels of delinquency and violence in children in particular. Al-Turki stressed “the importance of cooperating with parents in this field, in order to enhance children’s vigilance and contribute to achieving the desired results of this campaign.”

It is worth noting that the “Internet Monsters” campaign is part of the “Zain Group” initiative in the region, in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), where they signed a memorandum of understanding to work on promoting activities related to children’s rights.

June 10, 2021 – Shawwal 29, 1442

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Based on classic fairytale characters with some contemporary updates التحديثات

Zain Saudi Arabia launched the “Internet Monsters” campaign aimed at spreading awareness about the safety of children’s use of the Internet, through various digital platforms and social media, at a time when this age group is increasingly active on the Internet, as today it represents 30% of the children’s use of the Internet. Total users of this network.

The company revealed that the campaign is based on the characters of classic fictional stories, to which some contemporary updates have been added to depict what is happening in the digital world, and in a targeted and direct educational manner, as the characters of the villains in each story are digitally embodied, and the company indicated that it aims to help children visualize the threats that they face. You can confront them during their use of the Internet and how to deal with it, and teach them appropriate ways to protect against such threats.

Zain Saudi Arabia’s Chief Communications Officer, Mr. Rayan bin Abdullah Al-Turki, said: “As a leading provider of communications and information technology services, we are committed to our societal role at all levels, and protecting our rising generations comes at the forefront of this commitment, because this age group is of paramount importance in the sustainability of our societies. And the launch of the “Internet Monsters” campaign comes at a time when expectations indicate an increase in the use of the Internet by young age groups, especially in light of the new reality imposed by the emerging Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. Digital threats that you may face, especially when malicious use of the network, which may increase levels of delinquency and violence in children in particular. Al-Turki stressed “the importance of cooperating with parents in this field, in order to enhance children’s vigilance and contribute to achieving the desired results of this campaign.”

It is worth noting that the “Internet Monsters” campaign is part of the “Zain Group” initiative in the region, in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), where they signed a memorandum of understanding to work on promoting activities related to children’s rights.





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