[AfrICANN-discuss] Call for Local Hosts - 2011 Training Workshop

Mukom Akong T tamon at afrinic.net
Fri Feb 18 09:34:12 SAST 2011

[With apologies for cross-posting]

Dear colleagues,

In 2010, AfriNIC organised eleven (11) training workshops during which 
more than 300 network engineers were trained mostly in planning and 
configuring IPv6 technology. This was accomplished with the assistance 
of several in-country local hosts and sponsors. We are looking forward 
to doing more workshops this year, and as such, we would like to solicit 
for support of interested parties who will collaborate with AfriNIC as 
local hosts  for training workshops in the following countries:

Malawi, Swaziland, Zimbabwe
Seychelles,  Djibouti, Angola
Ghana, Mali, Togo
Tanzania (AfriNIC-14), Kenya, Zambia
Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon
Central African Republic, Niger
Algeria, Morocco, Mozambique

As local host, your responsibilities shall be as follows:

1. Publicise the event within your country.
2. Secure a suitable venue for the workshop and arrange catering for the 
3. Assist with getting visas for the AfriNIC trainers.
4. Provide Internet connectivity as well as other on-site logistics at 
the training venue.

All our workshops are non-commercial and FREE of charge to all eligible 
participants (maximum of 36) with priority given to AfriNIC member 

If you are interested in being a local host, please send an email to 
tamon [at] afrinic [dot] net with the following information:

Subject: Proposal to Host AfriNIC Training Workshop in <country_name>

a. Organisation's name:
b. Organisation's physical address:
c. Name  and contact details (email and phone number) of main contact 
person within the organisation who will be responsible for the event.

Warm regards.

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