[AfrICANN-discuss] Re: [AFRI-Discuss] AFRALO-AfrICANN joint meeting theme for Toronto

Baudouin SCHOMBE b.schombe at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 08:51:19 SAST 2012

I totally agree with the proposal of Fatima. We can already discussed the
framework of this proposal, but it would be desirable that this proposal be
finalized at the next General Assembly AFRALO. A-face discussion would be
more effective.


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2012/9/16 Fatimata Seye Sylla <fsylla at gmail.com>

> Hello All,
> Regarding the AFRALO-AfrICANN joint meeting in Toronto, the theme proposed
> by Mohamed Bashir on ICANN African Strategy and seconded by many of us, is
> a very good and timely one.  However, as the ASWG is asking for inputs on
> the same theme, for the same period and from the same community, I don’t
> think it would be a good idea to run an almost parallel consultation on it.
> Therefore, I would like to suggest for your appreciation  “*the creation of
> a development Fund” initiated by ICANN*, to support the developing
> countries’ active participation in the whole ICANN process and to
> facilitate their integration in the Internet domain industry .  This fund
> could be supported by other partners and its management style would have to
> be defined
> Please provide your feed-back as soon as possible and not later than
> Thursday 20 September 2012
> Thank you all and best regards,
> Fatimata
> --
> Fatimata Seye Sylla
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