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AFRINIC-21 Fellowship

 AFRINIC is pleased to announce that the AFRINIC-21 fellowship selection process is now complete and the following applicants have been selected to receive a fellowship to attend AFRINIC-21, being held in Ebene, Republic of Mauritius, from 22 to 28 November 2014:

1. Yapi Le Landry - Ivory Coast

2. Munezero Patrick - Burundi

3. Dernster Ngauma - Malawi

4. Sara Alamin Mohamed Hassan - Sudan

5. Wafa Dahmani - Tunisia

6. Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong Aware - Chad

7. Ngeje Nganate - Botswana

8. Deguenonvo Armand Sessi Roland - Benin

Congratulations and we look forward to collaborating with you on Internet development initiatives in the African Region.  

Fellowships will also be offered for the AIS 2015 Meeting to be held in Tunisia from 24 May to 5 June 2015. The community will be informed through our mailing lists and social media platforms when the application period opens. 

For more information about AFRINIC-21 please visit:


AFRINIC a le plaisir d'annoncer que le processus de sélection des boursiers d'AFRINIC-21 est maintenant terminé et les candidats suivants ont été sélectionnés pour recevoir une bourse leurs permettant d’assister à la réunion d'AFRINIC-21, qui se tiendra à Maurice du 22 au 28 novembre 2014 :

1. Yapi Le Landry - Côte D'Ivoire

2. Munezero Patrick - Burundi

3. Dernster Ngauma - Malawi

4. Sara Alamin Mohamed Hassan - Sudan

5. Wafa Dahmani - Tunisie

6. Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong Aware - Tchad

7. Ngeje Nganate - Botswana

8. Deguenonvo Armand Sessi Roland - Bénin


Félicitations et nous sommes heureux de collaborer avec vous dans vos initiatives de développement de l'Internet dans la région africaine.

Des bourses seront également offertes pour la réunion de l'AIS 2015 qui se tiendra en Tunisie du 24 Mai au 5 Juin 2015. La communauté sera informée de l’ouverture de l’appel à candidatures à travers nos listes de diffusion et nos réseaux sociaux. 

Pour plus d’informations à propos d'AFRINIC-21, veuillez consulter :




AFRINIC IRR: Still time to sign up for an IRR Bootcamp

If you haven't already participated in one of the AFRINIC Internet Routing Registry (IRR) Bootcamps, please email the team at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Bootcamps will take less than an hour and are designed to equip you with the information needed to create new, accurate entries in the AFRINIC IRR.

During the Bootcamp we'll crosscheck members' objects in the RIPE Database in preparation for populating AFRINIC's IRR to ensure accuracy. The list of objects currently in the RIPE Database is published at:

Congratulations go to *Camtel* and *Seacom* for being the first two members to add their objects to the AFRINIC IRR.

Until the launch of AFRINIC's IRR in 2013, members were encouraged to use the RIPE IRR to register their routing objects. We are now calling on all members to populate the AFRINIC IRR with their objects. Please see Creating Route objects at: to register your route objects in the AFRINIC IRR or sign up to our Boot Camps so we can help you with the process.

The AFRINIC IRR acts as part of the global IRR system that consists of several other databases where network operators publish their routing policies and announcements in order for other interested network operators to use that data, for ease of interconnecting and working together. Find out more about AFRINIC's IRR, Boot Camps, the benefits of using AFRINIC's IRR and how to create objects, please see:


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