[AfrICANN-discuss] Let's be proactive
Thierry Sanzhie Bokally
sanzhiet at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 22:17:06 SAST 2012
If the can help the list of african countries with active national ICT
Le 28/10/2012 10:36, Y Mshana2003 a écrit :
> I believe that ICT Policies is the foundation because ICANN is not a
> levitating Organisation. Its Constituents are made by individuals from
> different countries. Therefore individuals serving in ICANN must have
> joined the organisation with something from home country to
> contribute! that "thing" is policy in addition to good intention.
> In that case country ICT policy is important to have had. Does each
> country possess one?
> From Yassin . Sent from samsung mobile. On O2.
> Nii Narku Quaynor <quaynor at ghana.com> wrote:
> I thought this list is about ICANN and Internet or is it for ICT now?
> On Oct 28, 2012, at 9:33, Y Mshana2003 <ymshana2003 at gmail.com
> <mailto:ymshana2003 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> 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 <mailto:pdandjinou at gmail.com>>
>> 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
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