Daily Briefs - 21 June | Bye Zambia … next destination Djibouti
It was a successful meeting. After almost two weeks, lots of trainings, meetings, roundtables, plenaries … and many interactive sessions, the curtain finally came down on Africa Internet Summit 2013.
Attended by over 400 people from more than 31 Africa and other countries and with over 4,000 online visitors, Lusaka went beyond expectation, particularly because this was the first time there were parallel sessions and numerous organisations presenting issues beyond the technical arena.
As is often the norm, the next host, Djibouti made their presentation, encouraging delegates to travel to the country next year. Before the AIS 2014, the next big meeting, AFRINIC 19, will be held in Abidjan in Cote d'Ivoire.