[AfrICANN-discuss] ICANN 37 - Nairobi Kenya

Anne-Rachel Inné annerachel at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 11:13:43 SAST 2010

37th ICANN meetings - Quick reminder - Be there or participate remotely!KENIC
and ICANN hope to see many of you
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 ICANN no. 37 | 7-12 March 2010  [image: About]
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Safari capital of the world, Nairobi

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Kenya Network Information Centre (KENIC) was born through a broad-based
consultative process of the "Local Internet Community" with an aim to
institute a local non-profit organisation to operate and manage the Internet
resources allocation  and registration services to assist in the development
and growth of internet in Kenya. It was further envisioned that the task of
managing the Kenya Domain Name Space (.ke) was best suited to an
organisation which is a representative of the local internet community and
has been established with the appropriate resources to move Kenya forward in
the global world of the Internet with the full support of the Government.

Our vision is to be a reputable overseer of the Kenya Domain Name space by
managing and administering it in an efficient, transparent and equitable
manner, and in conformity with global Internet policies. We strive to manage
and operate the delegated domain name space in the interest of the Kenya
Internet Community and being mindful of the global Internet community
interest consistent with ICANN policies.

KENIC, through a collaboration partnership with internet stakeholders, has
initiated a number of East Africa Internet Governance Forum (EAIGF) from the
realisation that there was a need to address the limited participation by
Africa stakeholders on global internet governance debate and process.


Anne-Rachel Inne
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