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Call for Hosting an AFRINIC Training: IPv6 and INRM

13 January 2016 - In 2015, with the support of various stakeholders in the community, we were able to train (574) engineers and managers during sixteen (16) training workshops held in fourteen (14) different countries. These trainings covered the  knowledge and skills of Internet Number Resources Management (INRM) and IPv6 planning and deployment. 

We are currently searching for partners/Local Hosts to collaborate with us for the 2016 Training Workshop series. 

If you are interested in hosting an AFRINIC Training workshop, please go through the hosting details, benefits and requirements here: Hosting Details 

To submit your proposal please fill the form found here: Registration 

Further information is available here: Hosting Guide

The deadline for proposal submission is 00:00 UTC 19 February 2016




Appel á Candidature pour Organiser les Formations AFRINIC 2016


En 2015,  grâce à  la collaboration de nombreux partenaires, nous avons pu former (574) ingénieurs et décideurs de quatorze (14) pays africains, à travers Seize (16) sessions de formations sur Ia gestion des ressources Internet (INRM) et la planification et le déploiement d'IPv6.

Nous lançons un appel à nos partenaires en vue d'organiser les sessions de formations d’AFRINIC en 2016. 

Si vous souhaitez accueillir une de ces formations, nous vous invitons à prendre connaissance, des avantages et des critères de sélection ici: Critères de Sélection

Pour soumettre votre proposition veuillez remplir ce formulaire ici: Inscription

Vous pourrez également trouver un supplément d'informations en lisant notre brochure intitulée Hosting Guide

La date limite des inscriptions est: 00:00 GMT 19 février 2016.

FIRE Africa Brochure Published

08 January 2016 - FIRE Africa has launched its new brochure, containing a comprehensive overview of the FIRE Africa programme as well as several case studies. You can read the brochure here.


FIRE Africa provides funds for projects, initiatives, tools and platforms that harness the power of the Internet to empower the local and regional community to solve the region’s unique online communications problems. Since we ran our pilot project in 2007 to identify innovative ICT solutions to the challenges faced by local communities, FIRE Africa has grown into a fully-fledged programme that has helped over 30 initiatives in 16 countries over the last eight years.


Calling all African innovators and Entrepreneuers
Have you got a great idea? Does it use ICT to solve an issue in your community? If your ideas are aligned with one of our funding categories, you could have the chance to win a FIRE Africa Award or receive a FIRE Africa Grant.


Calling all Potential Sponsors and Partners

FIRE Africa is actively seeking organisations and individuals to support Internet-based innovation in Africa. We have a wide range of sponsorship and partnership packages available and can tailor packages according to your needs. In addition to funding, FIRE Africa’s partners and sponsors offer their experiences, advice and regional insight so we are constantly aware of innovation initiatives taking place out in the community.


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