[AfrICANN-discuss] Gambia to host the AFTLD Initial Registry Operators Course

Yao Amevi Amessinou Sossou soyames at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 13:02:10 UTC 2019

that is true dear brother. French speaking countries have to get this
*Yao Amevi Amessinou SOSSOU*
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On Fri, 1 Feb 2019 at 10:19, Kossi Amessinou <amessinoukossi at gmail.com>

> Dear Barack,
> Thank you for this great information. We need also this course for
> francophone countries also. Benin is particulary interested to bring this
> course to our youth to let them dynamise our ccTLD ecosystem locally. Thank
> you.
> Le mer. 30 janv. 2019 à 21:36, Barrack Otieno <otieno.barrack at gmail.com>
> a écrit :
>> Dear Listers,
>> Gambia, 30th January 2019
>> Africa Top Level Domains Organization (AFTLD) and the Senegal Network
>> Information Centre (NIC.SN) will be facilitating an Initial Registry
>> Operators Course in the Gambia as from 4th to 8th February 2019 at the
>> Paradise Suites Hotel.
>> The workshop has been organized by the Internet Society Gambia Chapter
>> and the Information Technology Association of the Gambia on behalf of
>> the .GM delegation committee with the support of the Ministry of
>> Information and Communications, The Public Utilities and Regulatory
>> Authority, University of the Gambia and Private Sector stakeholders.
>> The objective of the workshop is to equip the Gambian multistakeholder
>> community with the skills needed to manage and sustain the .GM
>> registry once the delegation process that is currently underway is
>> completed. The Initial Registry Operators Course is an entry level
>> course for organizations and people interested and involved in
>> management of ccTLD registries. They include but are not limited
>> officials from public sector institutions such as regulators, research
>> and education networks, internet service providers, the media and
>> civil society.
>> More than 30 participants from the Gambia and other African Countries
>> are expected to participate in the workshop.
>> About AFTLD
>> AfTLD is recognized as the representative of country code Top Level
>> Domain (ccTLD) managers from Africa. It is an active participant in
>> the ICANN ccNSO, and also actively participates in various Internet
>> governance fora with the African continent and beyond, including the
>> IGF, where it has run a number of workshops. With collaboration in
>> Internet governance and development a cornerstone of the bottom up
>> policy development processes that make the Internet truly a
>> multi-stakeholder phenomenon, AfTLD works in collaboration and
>> partnership with other Regional Top Level Domain Organizations
>> (RTLDOs), these being APTLD, CENTR and LACTLD.
>> www.aftld.org
>> About IT Association of the Gambia
>> The Information Technology of the Gambia (ITAG) was incorporated in
>> the Gambia on the 3rd of August 2004. The organization’s membership
>> cuts across a wide spectrum of professionals covering all aspects of
>> ICT.  Since Inception the organization has not only been committed to
>> promoting the ICT industry in the Gambia but has continuously been
>> proactive in the developments of ICT in the country.  The Ministry of
>> Information Communication and Infrastructure, the Gambia has
>> recognized ITAG as the sole ICT professional organization in the
>> Gambia. ITAG’s work focuses primarily on advocacy, capacity building,
>> through its various seminars, workshops and conferences covering
>> various thematic themes and its collaborations with the Ministry of
>> Information Communication and Infrastructure and other partners
>> towards having a vibrant and productive ICT sector based on its
>> vision, mission and core values.
>> About the Internet Society Gambia Chapter
>> The Internet Society Gambia Chapter (ISOC Gambia) is a civil society
>> organisation that is providing leadership in Internet related
>> standards, education and policy. It is dedicated to ensuring the open
>> development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of
>> people throughout The Gambia. The Internet Society supports and
>> promotes the development of the Internet as a national and global
>> technical infrastructure, a resource to enrich people's lives, and a
>> force for good in society. Chapter work aligns with its goals for the
>> Internet to be open, nationally and globally-connected, secure, and
>> trustworthy. The chapter works closely with Ministry of Information
>> and communication Infrastructure MOICI, Public Utilities and
>> Regulatory Authority - PURA, Academic, Media fraternity, Information
>> Technology Association of the Gambia ITAG among other interest groups
>> and individual users of the Internet of The Gambia.
>> www.isoc.gm
>> Contacts:secretariat at aftld.org
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