[AfrICANN-discuss] AfTLD ARCEP and ABDI organize Initial Registry Operation Workshop in Burkina Faso
Yao Amevi Amessinou Sossou
soyames at gmail.com
Tue May 7 10:43:33 UTC 2019
hi please is there any remote participation link?
*Yao Amevi Amessinou SOSSOU*
01 BP 7304 Cotonou (Benin)
ISOC MEMBER ID: 195063
soyames at gmail.com
+229 66 12 48 38 (Benin)
(+226) 53 03 43 38 / 75 25 59 37 (Burkina-Faso)
On Tue, 7 May 2019 at 00:24, Barrack Otieno <otieno.barrack at gmail.com>
> *Ougadougou, Burkina Faso 6th May 2019*
> Africa Top Level Domains Organization (AfTLD), the association of African
> country code top level domain registries (ccTLDs), Autorite de Regulation
> des Communications Electroniques et des Postes (ARCEP) and Association
> Burkinabe des Domains Internet (ABDI) are hosting an Initial Registry
> Operations Course (IROC) workshop in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso).
> The workshop that is being held as from 6th to 10th May 2019 aims to
> facilitate a smooth transition of the registry management to a
> multistakeholder model. This is in line with AfTLD’s key strategic
> objective of building capacity in African ccTLDs with an aim of enhancing
> and improving ccTLD management in Africa.
> The Ouagadougou workshop that is being conducted in French follows a
> similar successful workshop held in Banjul, the Gambia in February 2019.
> More than 30 participants drawn from the government, private sector,
> technical community, civil society and academia are participating in the
> For further information about the event please contact the AfTLD
> secretariat at secretariat at aftld.org.
> *About AfTLD*
> Africa Top Level Domains Organization (www.aftld.org) was established in
> 2002 to act as a focal point for African Country Code Top Level Domain
> (ccTLD) managers in coordinating, formulating, developing and presenting a
> unified approach to issues related to the Domain Name System. The African
> Top Level Domains Organization also presents a forum for sharing ideas
> between the regions Internet community with an aim of promoting the
> utilization of national country’s Top Level Domains.
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