[AfrICANN-discuss] WEBINAR on the burning issue of people's mobility in the context of the COVID19 pandemic
olivierkouami at gmail.com
Sat Sep 19 13:00:11 UTC 2020
Bonjour de Poponguine cher Alex et tous.
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permet de joindre un Chapitre ou un SIG.
S'il te plaît, que faire ?
Le sam. 19 sept. 2020 à 13:11, Alex Corenthin <alex.corenthin at nic.sn> a
> We invite you to the Pan-African WEBINAR on the burning issue of people's
> mobility in the context of the COVID19 pandemic scheduled for Thursday,
> September 24, 2020 from 12:00 to 13:30 GMT.
> The COVID - 19 pandemic crisis has caused upheaval in all economic
> activities. At a time of economic revival, the equation of mobility of
> people remains a complex subject on which States are taking measures,
> admittedly concerted, but not always reciprocally coherent. This webinar
> organized by API is an opportunity to find innovative solutions with
> digital in order to offer Africans the possibility of moving more freely
> within the continent, but also to build the bases of mutual trust with
> Africa's partners for mobility open to the world.
> Join the discussions with, (link for registration
> ) :
> - o Her Excellency Amira Elfadil Mohammed Elfadi, Commissioner for
> Social Affairs, African Union
> - o Mr Lacina KONE, Director General, Smart Africa
> - o Mr Oumar Khassimou DIA, Director of Air Transport, Ministry of
> Tourism and Air Transport of Senegal,
> - o Mr. Ibrahima KANE, Managing Director, Air Senegal
> - o Ibrahima Nour Eddine DIAGNE, Chairman African Performance
> - o Mr. Dawitt BEKELE, Vice-President Regional Office Africa, ISOC
> This webinar is organized to raise the debate on the future of
> intra-African mobility and the mobility of African nationals in other
> regions of the world. With the evolution of the COVID - 19 pandemic, this
> question deserves to be raised. The African continent should be able to
> build a digital-based solution to nurture trust between African countries
> and with other countries so as to have a rapid return to a normal situation
> in terms of people's mobility. This webinar has the following objectives:
> - Measure the complexity of the current situation on the mobility of
> - Measure the harm to business from mobility restrictions;
> - Provide arguments for an African construction around digital to
> promote a return to normal mobility.
> At the end of the debates, awareness of the urgency and the need to
> proceed with this construction is expected. It is expected that
> organizations like SMART Africa with African Performance Institute can
> pilot in fast track mode (before November 2020), with a consortium of
> African companies working in digital, a free solution made available to the
> African Union for rapid implementation across the continent.
> Organized by the African Performance Institute (
> www.african-performance.org), this webinar is organized to raise the
> debate on the future of intra-African mobility and the mobility of African
> nationals in other regions of the world. With the evolution of the COVID -
> 19 pandemic, this question deserves to be raised. The African continent
> should be able to build a digital-based solution to nurture trust between
> African countries and with other countries so as to have a rapid return to
> a normal situation in terms of people's mobility.
> Alex Corenthin
> Responsable Technique NIC Sénégal (www.nic.sn)
> Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar (www.ucad.sn)
> BP 16370 Dakar-Fann (Senegal)
> Tel : +221 338219190 / 776317776
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> AfrICANN at afrinic.net
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