[AfrICANN-discuss] Enhancing Local Engagement in Internet Governance in Africa
olivierkouami at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 08:05:34 UTC 2016
Well done Uganda.
We will follow your example.
Le 1 sept. 2016 05:55, "Matogoro Jabera" <jaberamatogoro at gmail.com> a écrit
> Sorry for Cross posting!
> I am writing to share our workshop report for an event that was held at
> University of Dodoma, Tanzania, East Africa.
> Internet Governance Youth Community (YouthCom) workshop initiative targets
> to introduce the youth from various backgrounds in Tanzania not only to
> ICANN but the wider Internet ecosystem with an aim of ensuring this new
> audience, are prepared early enough to help them participate effectively in
> the internet ecosystem.
> The overarching objectives of this workshop is to promote local engagement
> of African communities in Internet Governance, create awareness about ICANN
> and build capacity of African local community towards addressing future
> challenge of the internet in Africa.
> Just as a summary on our achievements:
> - 22 users contributed to ICANNWiki Swahili Platform
> - 312 edits were completed
> - 145 articles were translated
> - 138 newly created articles
> We are committed to make Swahili Content on Internet Governance is
> available in the Internet and addressing the local content challenge using
> our own language.
> MATOGORO Jabhera
> Assistant Lecturer & Coordinator - Microsoft Innovation Center, Tanzania
> College of Informatics and Virtual Education
> The University of Dodoma (www.udom.ac.tz)
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> AfrICANN at afrinic.net
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