Mr. Okiror, KECOBO Legal Counsel (first row - centre), explaining a point on Copyright to the photographers at the Kuona Trust Centre, Nairobi.
Mr. Sigei, KECOBO Acting Executive Director, training photographers on Copyright at the Kuona Trust Centre, Nairobi.
Mr. Sigei, KECOBO Acting Executive Director (extreme right), responding to some questions raised by the photographers on Copyright at the Kuona Trust Centre, Nairobi.
Mr. Ndiritu, KECOBO Copyright Inspector, explains to Daystar University students how Copyright Inspectors enforce the Copyright Act during a courtesy visit to KECOBO.
Mr. Otwera, KECOBO Registry Officer, explaining the Copyright Registration process to Daystar University students during a courtesy visit to KECOBO.
Mr. Okwaro, KECOBO ICT Officer, explaining to Daystar University students how the copyright database operates during a courtesy visit to KECOBO.
Mr. Sigei, KECOBO Acting Executive Director (second left), with other Intellectual Property experts from Kenya at the WIPO Conference held in October ’15 in Geneva, Switzerland.
KECOBO staff conversing with clients who had visited the KECOBO stand during the 2015 Kenya Art Fair.
Mr. Ephraim Ndiritu, KECOBO Copyright Inspector, talking to a client during the 2015 Kenya Art Fair Held at the Sarit Centre, Nairobi.
Mr. David Muriithi, KECOBO Board Director, addressing directors & staff during the annual Xmas luncheon at Ruby Cut Restaurant, Hurlingham.
Dr. Marisella Ouma, former KECOBO Executive Director, addressing board directors & staff during the annual Xmas luncheon held at Ruby Cut Restaurant, Hurlingham.
Mr. Edward Sigei, Acting KECOBO Executive Director, addressing directors & staff during the annual Xmas luncheon held at Ruby Cut Restaurant, Hurlingham.
Left to right: Emily Kalekye, Geofrey Chirchir, Mr. Elijah Mwangi (KECOBO staff), presenting to Dr. Marisella Ouma, former KECOBO Executive Director, a gift hamper on behalf of the board.
KECOBO Board directors and staff during the annual Xmas luncheon held at Ruby Cut Restaurant, Hurlingham.
Ms. Felister Njeru, KECOBO Finance Manager, giving a vote of thanks during the annual Xmas luncheon held at Ruby Cut Restaurant, Hurlingham.
Mr. Ephraim Nderitu, KECOBO Copyright Officer, training Baraton University students on copyright rights at the KECOBO board room during a study visit at KECOBO office.
Mr. Joseph Otwera, KECOBO Registry Officer, explaining to Baraton University students the procedure for copyright registration during a study visit at KECOBO office.
Mr. Marvin Okwaro, KECOBO ICT Officer, explaining to Baraton University students how the copyright registration database works during a study visit at KECOBO office.
Mr. Ephraim Nderitu, KECOBO Copyright Inspector, explaining to Baraton University students how the enforcement of copyright rights is executed during a study visit at KECOBO office.
Seated left to right: Mr. Baongoli, Lecturer Baraton University and Mr. Ephraim Nderitu, KECOBO Copyright Inspector, with the university students during a study visit at KECOBO office.
Mr. Howard Okiror, KECOBO Legal Counsel, attending to a client at the KECOBO stand during the Machakos Art Fest held at the Machakos Peoples Park.
Mr. Edward Sigei, Acting KECOBO Executive Director, addressing participants of the Copyright 101 for Software Developers training held at the Creative’s Garage, Nairobi.
Some of the participants that attended the Copyright 101 For Software Developers training held at the Creative’s Garage, Nairobi.
Mr. George Nyakweba, Acting KECOBO Deputy Chief Legal Counsel distributing KECOBO Information, Education & Communication (IEC) materials on Copyright to participants of the Copyright 101 For Software Developers held at the Creative’s Garage, Nairobi.
Mr. Paul Kaindo, KECOBO Legal Counsel (seated left), together with other panelists during a training session at the Ongea! East Africa Music Summit held at the Sarit Centre, Nairobi
Mr. Ephraim Ndiritu, KECOBO Copyright Inspector, and Rosemary Waithaka, Senior Public Communications Officer, talking to clients during the Ongea! Eastern Africa Music Summit held at the Sarit Centre, Nairobi.
Mr. George Nyakweba (seated), Acting Deputy Chief Legal Counsel, conversing with clients who had visited the KECOBO stand during the Ongea! Eastern Africa Music Summit held at the Sarit Centre, Nairobi.
Mr. Mutegi Rinkanya, KECOBO Copyright Inspector, handing over KECOBO comic books to Mrs. Faith Muchiri, Headteacher Kamandura Girls’ High School.
Police Officers at the Naivasha Police Station at a Copyright and related rights training session recently organised by the KECOBO Enforcement department.

Copyright Act

The Kenya Copyright Board is a State Corporation that was established under Section 3 of the Copyright Act Cap 130 of the Laws of Kenya to administer and enforce copyright and related rights in Kenya.

Copyright Registration

The Kenya Copyright Board registers copyright works of musical, audio visual, literary and artistic nature.

Anti Piracy Security Device

The Anti-Piracy Security Device (APSD) is a tamper proof sticker that is applied on legitimate audio and audio-visual works (films, CDS, DVDS and VCDs).

Collective Management Organisations

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