الثلاثاء، 2 أكتوبر، 2012

Starting a forum 'Internet Governance' African Smart Village Wednesday

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IGF held African «AfIGF 2012» on 3 and 4 October, with the participation of more than 100 experts from all over the continent to discuss Africa's position on Internet governance, and informational exchange and transfer of expertise.
It is scheduled to hold the conference sponsored by the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and the African Union Commission, as will bring the forum that will be held at the Smart Village representatives from governments, companies and non-governmental organizations for two days of intensive discussions, about the situation in the management of the Internet in Africa, and develop some strategies in the telecommunications sector.
The first phase of this project and a two-month, post and delegations from the Nile Basin countries to attend training courses at the National Institute for Communications and Information Technology Institute, where they are training 50 to 60 program specialist, was selected and identified by the African countries themselves, and project targets train around 3 thousand specialist over the full year.
Recalled that in October 2011 the Egyptian government launched the largest project «Egypt - African human development and capacity and skills training, and raise the efficiency of African cadres specialized in the field of communications and information technology.

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