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Public sensitization on the KFCB regulatory mandate 

Public sensitization on the KFCB regulatory mandate

The Kenya Film Classification Board is conducting public sensitization on its regulatory mandate and functions at the 4th Edition of the Kenya National Commission for Unesco National Cultural Celebrations, taking place at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi.

The sensitization covers the Board's mandate, programs and campaigns including issuance of filming registration, distribution and exhibition licences respectively.

It further covers the Board's service delivery innovations under the Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) PC target for the FY2022/2023 as well as the Parents Digital Literacy Program (PaDiL) that the Board recently launched in collaboration with partners with the aim of empowering caregivers with digital skills on parenting.

The public sensitization is part of the Board's consumer advisory function as stipulated in the Films and Stage Plays Act, Cap 222 of the Laws of Kenya.

Public sensitization on the KFCB regulatory mandate

To understand our mandate, programs and campaigns better, follow us on Twitter (Infokfcb), Instagram (kfcbkenya), Facebook (Kenya Film Classification Board), Instagram (Kenya Film Classification Board), YouTube (Kenya Film Classification Board) or visit our website (

You can also engage us via the Live Chat ( for instant feedback. If you are attending the UNESCO Cultural Celebrations set to end on 14th April 2023, feel free to visit our booth to learn more about KFCB.

KFCB is a State Agency in the Ministry of Youth Affairs, the Arts and Sports and is mandated to regulate the creation, broadcasting, possession, distribution and exhibition of film and broadcast content. 

Regulation of content is meant to ensure that content conforms to Kenya's culture, moral values and national aspirations as well as to protect children from exposure to harmful/adult content.