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The CEO of AFRINIC signs today a Letter of Intent with the ITU-BDT Director Mr Ibrahima Sanou to promote and support IPv6 Deployment throughout Africa


afrinic - adiel akplogan ceo and brahima sanou itu 025Geneva, Switzerland, 12 May 2014 – The International Telecommunication Union today signed a letter of intent with the African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC) on the promotion of IPv6. The letter of intent seeks to establish a high-level framework of cooperation to carry out a number of activities to improve the implementation of IPv6, through the provision of technical assistance to African countries.

AFRINIC Board Election at AGMM 2014 - The candidates

The Nominations Committee (NomCom) is pleased to announce the final candidate list for the Indian Ocean, Central Africa and Non-Geographical seats on the AFRINIC Board of Directors. 

 The NomCom invites the public to submit any comments (regarding the candidate's suitability or any other query) on the relevant candidate pages

The community (and especially members) is hereby invited to view candidate details and express support or any objection about the suitability of the candidates for the Board position using the comment section at the link above.

The public comment period will close on 26 May 2014 at 20:00 UTC.

Please note that only AFRINIC Members are able to vote in Board Elections. Comments on the candidates, however, can be submitted by anyone.

AFRINIC Members that are unable to attend or vote physically at the AGMM in Djibouti on 6 June 2014 are informed that there is now an option for electronic voting. E-voting will open on 27th May 2014 and close on 5 June 2014. E-voting is conducted through the member-only MyAFRINIC portal

More information is available here.

For any queries or clarification, please contact the nominations committee by email at: nomcom2014 at




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