Privacy Policy


We here report information related to the treatment of personal data (“Data”) of users of our website Users include those who open the site to browse its content or who sends specific requests.

This information is provided as described by Article 13 of the European Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016, related to the protection of individuals in terms of Data treatment (“GDPR”).

The validity of following information is limited to browsing our website www.iksdpnyandiwa.netand does not hold for other websites accessed through links provided on its pages.

Holder of Data treatment

Holder of Data treatment IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre with headquarters at the following address: P.O. Box 12 – 40333 Nyandiwa Gwassi – KENYA. The website services are provided at our headquarters by personnel authorized by IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre, ensuring maximum safety and privacy in Data treatment.

Data sources and goals

Voluntarily submitted Data, through forms on our website or sending emails at the provided email addresses, is collected by IKSDP–  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre and used exclusively to respond to requests forwarded by users. Regulation summaries on Data treatment are provided on the pages finalized to Data collection.

Applications for website functioning collect Data as part of their normal activity. Such Data is necessary for Internet communication protocols and it is not directly associated to the user. For example, such Data may include the IP address, domain names, typology of browser used, time of the request, method used to submit the request to the server, response file dimensions, numerical codes indicating the response status (success, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the operating system or the utilized IT environment. This Data, collected only to obtain statistical information on the website’s usage and to monitor its functioning, maintain the user’s identity anonymous. This Data could be used to ascertain responsibilities in case of computer crimes against the website.


Communication and transmission of Data

Data voluntarily sent to IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre through the form completion or emails is transferred to third parties only if strictly necessary for the response to such requests. The hosting service provider may potentially have access to Data exclusively for technical reasons that may require necessary or urgent interventions to guarantee functionality and safety.

Browsing Data is not shared with or transmitted to external parties.

Treatment consent

The user is free to share his/her personal Data through form completion in the website or email messages. Not sharing Data may imply that information or service requests may not be fulfilled.

Users’ Data will be treated without their consent according to Art. 6, letters b, c and f of the GDPR, since they are collected for:

 Fulfil precontractual and contractual obligations related to the conferral of professional duties;

Comply with national or EU regulations, or execute an order from judiciary Authorities or surveillance entities to which IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre is subject;

Exercise IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre’s rights, primarily related to defense in court proceedings.

Sharing of Data for the abovementioned objectives is compulsory. Omitting Data and/or the refusal to grant treatment consensus will make it unfeasible for IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre to fulfil its mandate or to violation of requests by competent Authorities.

Collected Data will be in no way used for the following purposes (as expressed by Art. 7 of the GDPR):

Organization of events, meetings, conferences and seminars, even if directed to professional training;

Various marketing activities, including promotion of professional services, distribution of informational or promotional materials, sending of newsletters and publications;

Survey and questionnaires, even if related to client satisfaction levels.

If IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre may in the future decide to pursue some of the following promotional activities as above described, it will ask for user consensus to Data treatment.

Concerning website browsing, personal Data is not requested, since only anonymous navigation Data is collected. However it is still possible for the user to refuse the cookie policy (see – Information on Cookie Policy – How to disable cookies)

Data Categories

Within the Data treatment purposes described above, only the following will be utilized: name and surname, social security number, VAT registration number, residence address, domicile address, work address, email or certified email address, phone and fax numbers, employer, profession, etc.

Categories of Data recipients

Within the abovementioned purposes, Data shared by users may be made available to:

Employees, associates and collaborators of IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre, given their authorization to manage Data (“Authorized to treatment”);

Third parties to whom IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centreactivities have been outsourced as in charge of Data treatment;

Judiciary,surveillance or administrative Authorities and public entities or organisms.

Period of Data holding

Data collected for the abovementioned purposes will be utilized and held for the entire professional relationship.

After the deadline for the termination of such relationship, whatever the reason or cause, Data will be held until the ex lege statute of limitations deadline.

Exercisable rights by the concerned parties

As indicated by Chapter III, Section I, GDPR, every user may exercise the rights therein indicated and especially:

Access rights – Obtaining the confirmation of whether personal user Data is being held and, if this is the case, receive information about: treatment purposes, Data categories used, period of Data holding, parties to whom it may be forwarded (Art. 15, GDPR).

Correction rights –  Obtaining without undue delay the correction of incorrect personal Data related to the user and additions to incomplete personal Data (Art. 16, GDPR).

Deletion rights – Obtaining without undue delay the deletion of user personal Data, as indicated by the GDPR (Art. 17, GDPR).

Portability rights –Receiving in a structured format, of common use and legible from an automatic device, personal Data related to the user and shared with third parties, as well as requesting that these are not transferred to another holder without impediment, in the cases described by the GDPR (Art. 20, GDPR).

Objection rights – Object to personal Data treatment related to the user, unless legitimate reasons exist for IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre to continue with treatment (Art. 21, GDPR).

Right to file a complaint to the surveillance authority – Filing a complaint to the Personal Data Protection Authority, Piazza di Montecitorio n. 121, 00186 Roma (ITALY).

Possible requests must be directed to IKSDP –  Nyandiwa International Scout Centre, as Data treatment holder, to the email address


Treatment modalities

Data treatment is carried out as indicated in Art, 4, n. 2) GDPR – with or without IT systems – and specifically: collection, registration, organization, structuring, updating, conservation, adaptation or modification, extraction and analysis, consultation, usage, communication through transmissions, comparison, interconnection, limitation, deletion or destruction.

At any rate, software and hardware Data safety will be ensured, and in general the confidentiality of personal Data treated, actuating all necessary technical and organizational measures to guarantee its safety.


Cookie Policy

Our website utilizes “cookies”, i.e. information sent to the user’s computer from the website during navigation and that is related to website content to collect and record information.

Further details on cookies used may be found in the specific information section available in the Home page of our website. At any rate, we point out that Data collected through cookies is not used for profiling purposes nor to analyze habits and choices of consumption.

Most browsers installed on computers are set to accept cookies automatically; yet it is possible to disable this function, modifying the user’s browser settings. It is important to note that disabling cookies some website functions will be unavailable and some pages may not be viewed correctly.


Questions and comments

We are delighted to receive questions, comments and possible queries on privacy matters. For further details you may contact directly.