Legally we are required to bring to your attention the following facts about the Kenya Children Centres website.
Your access and use of Kenya Children Centres’ website is subject to the following terms and conditions and all applicable laws. By accessing and using this site you accept the following terms and conditions, without limitation or qualification.
Our website has been designed to provide general information about Kenya Children Centres and the children that is supports.
Images and information for this Web site have been gathered from various sources.
Information contained on the Web site may be used for non-commercial purposes only. If you wish permission to use any of the information for commercial purposes, please contact Kenya Children Centres.
If you use the links in this Web site to access other Web sites, please be aware that the linked sites may not be under Kenya Children Centres’ control and Kenya Children Centres is not responsible for and does not endorse their contents.
Any use you make of the information provided on this site, or any site or service linked to by this site, is at your own risk.
Kenya Children Centres assumes no responsibility and shall not be liable for any damage to, or viruses that may infect, your computer equipment or other property via your access to, use of, or browsing in the Web site or downloading of material, data, text or images.
Any communications or material you transmit to the Web site by electronic mail or otherwise will be treated as non-confidential and non-proprietary.
This Web site complies with English law only. Kenya Children Centres will not accept responsibility for compliance with the laws of any other jurisdiction.
2. Data Protection Regulations
The Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA) came into force on 25th May 2018 and implements the standards set out in the UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR). This section sets out information, for customers, suppliers, and others that have a relationship with Kenya Children Centres, on Kenya Children Centres’ DPA compliance.
2.1 Data Protection Officer
Kenya Children Centres does not require a Data Protection Officer. Ian Faulkner, Trustee, leads on all data protection issues.
2.2 Processing of Data
Kenya Children Centres is Controller of the data that it holds. It uses collected data to process donations and for communications purposes.
No unnecessary data is held. No sensitive data is held.
2.3 Data Storage
Kenya Children Centres holds data on its own Data Server. Access to the server uses WebDAV, with each user having a unique User Name and Password. Administrator access also uses 2-Factor Authentication
WebDAV access uses SSL.
The data is backed up to a local USB device and to Google Drive.
The server location has an access alarm, connected to a monitoring service.
Should you want to see, or obtain a copy of, the data that we hold about you, please get in touch using the Contact Us page.
2.4 Deletion of Data
Should you want us to delete the data that we hold about you, please get in touch using the Contact Us page. Please note that we cannot delete financial or contractual information for seven years. Should you receive a mailing from us and want to opt-out, click the button at the bottom of the e-mail.
2.5 Data Breach Policy
If we are notified of or detect a potential data breach we will first investigate to ensure that the source of the breach is identified and, if necessary, closed. If our investigation shows that there has been a breach, we will:
- Notify the Information Commissioner’s Office and other bodies as appropriate
- Assess the level of risk of the accessed data
- Notify those impacted by the breach and inform them of any actions that they should take
- Take appropriate steps to stop the breach being repeated.