[AfrICANN-discuss] Let's be proactive

Y Mshana2003 ymshana2003 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 28 11:33:47 SAST 2012

Thank P for this.

Shall we begin by looking whether each country has an uptodate ICT Policy? If now how can they be encouraged to craft one? I ll be ready to put energy into that. This is especially on policy that encourage Private Sector development for the benefit of its people and the Africa region.
Let us take stock since it is more than 10 years now since the need of ICT policies became obvious.

Why m I suggesting this? Policy is the foundation.


From Yassin . Sent from samsung mobile. On O2.

Dandjinou Pierre <pdandjinou at gmail.com> wrote:

As you must have noticed, the discussions in the last weeks only turned out to be a ping pong party between 2 or 3 people. Of course, others, be they elders, pioneers, youngsters and babies (!) could not find any interest in the debate..
Another Bantu (Aka) proverbs states that 'When you open your mouth in public to address people, make sure you are concise, to the point and not too long! For if you fail to do this, you might make your audience turn away and leave you alone in the circle!!'
Thus, may I suggest we just concentrate on a few simple and doable things which make a difference in the development of Africa's Internet ecosystem?
May we share those information, documents and facts that are of interest to us all ? May we showcase those successes/and failures which show individual countries are moving ahead in building their own Internet environment?
Pierre D. 

Pierre Dandjinou
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Dakar 221 77 639 30 41
skype : sagbo1953


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