[AfrICANN-discuss] Looking Back on our Youth and Academia Outreach Efforts in Africa This Year
olivierkouami at gmail.com
Tue Dec 12 07:13:31 UTC 2017
Great to hear this !
I'll seconded you too dear Jabera. In West Africa, at University of Kara,
in Togo, a francophone country. In the following few weeks. I'll share the
idea with Yaovi of AfrICANN too.
Please, let's keep in touch for more exchange.
Thank you Arsene for'
Warm regard and cheers !
e 11 déc. 2017 17:55, "Arsène Tungali" <arsenebaguma at gmail.com> a écrit :
Way to go, ICANN Africa team!
**Arsène Tungali* <http://about.me/ArseneTungali>*
Co-Founder & Executive Director, *Rudi international
CEO,* Smart Services Sarl <http://www.smart-serv.info>*, *Mabingwa Forum
Tel: +243 993810967 <+243%20993%20810%20967>
*Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo*
2015 Mandela Washington Felllow
(YALI) - ISOC Ambassador (IGF Brazil
- AFRISIG 2016 <http://afrisig.org/afrisig-2016/class-of-2016/> - Blogger
<http://tungali.blogspot.com> - ICANN's GNSO Council
<https://gnso.icann.org/en/about/gnso-council.htm> Member. AFRINIC Fellow (
- *IGFSA Member <http://www.igfsa.org/> - Internet Governance - Internet
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<http://cipesa.org/?wpfb_dl=234>) and (French
2017-12-11 12:24 GMT+02:00 Matogoro Jabera <jaberamatogoro at gmail.com>:
> Yes, Bob.
> It has been a wonderful initiative in Africa and in specific to University
> of Dodoma in Tanzania.
> I am happy to lead this initiative in Tanzania and I am happy to share
> success stories behind this drive at University of Dodoma. For sure it was
> not that much easy as sometime took almost 2 days on land travel for Mr.
> Bondage Witaba from Nairobi just to backup my initiative.
> I will be happy to share this to any University interested to replicate
> the same.
> Much thanks to our partners, ICANN, icannwiki, tzNIC, just to mention a
> In a special way, I appreciate the collaboration we have forged with
> Bonface Witaba in driving this agenda in East Africa.
> On Dec 11, 2017 13:04, "Bob Omondi" <omondibob at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> We recently posted a blog on the above topic here:
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