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National Privacy Week 2023 to Hold Jan 28 to Feb 4

The National Privacy Week 2023 is scheduled to hold between Saturday 28th January and Saturday, 4th February, 2023.

The event will showcase capacity building workshop, webinar, youth empowerment program and Dinner/award night.

The event schedule detailing the topics and events is attached:

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