RE: [AfrICANN-discuss] PRESS RELEASE : GHANA'S MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION INAUGURATES GHANA NETWORK OPERATORS' GROUP
bekele at isoc.org
Fri Aug 7 08:21:54 SAST 2009
How did the inauguration of ghNOG go?
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> Subject: [AfrICANN-discuss] PRESS RELEASE : GHANA'S MINISTER OF
> COMMUNICATION INAUGURATES GHANA NETWORK OPERATORS' GROUP
> For Immediate Release
> GHANA'S MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION INAUGURATES GHANA NETWORK OPERATORS'
> Cape Coast, Ghana - On Friday, July 31 2009 Honorable Haruna Idrissu,
> Minister of Communication will officially inaugurate the Ghana Network
> Operators' Group (ghNOG). The Ghana Network Operators' Group is a forum
> sharing technical information amongst technical operators of Internet
> services in Ghana.
> The inauguration comes off after the Internet Society Ghana Chapter (ISOC
> Ghana) in partnership with Internet Society, Network Startup Resource
> (NSRC) and Africa Network Operators' Group (AfNOG) organises its first
> 'AfNOG Track E0 Localization' Unix Systems Administration Workshop at the
> University of in Cape Coast in Ghana. The workshop is targeted at
> Information Technology (IT) personnel working in industry, government,
> tertiary institutions and non-profit organizations.
> The workshop is aimed at building the capacities of IT personnel in Unix
> Systems Administration in Ghana. The Internet Society, Ghana Chapter will
> facilitating the first workshop, but subsequent workshops would be
> facilitated and organised by ghNOG. Part of ghNOG's role would be to
> harmonise the activities of network operators locally with the aim of
> improving their work and ICT in general.
> The initiative to localize 'AfNOG E0' in African countries is being
> spearheaded by the Internet Society. 'E0 Localization' workshops will be
> organized twice yearly in July and December/January in Ghana.
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