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Last Updated on Monday, 22 March 2010 08:01

Please note that application for AfriNIC-12 fellowship is now closed

AfriNIC is offering fellowships to attend AfriNIC-12 Public Policy Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda. The fellowship is reserved for individuals representing small organizations, universities, and journalists who are actively involved in Internet development in the African Region or ICT Policy in their countries and the community, who can positively and actively contribute to IP address management awareness in the AfriNIC region of service.
Upon selection of the fellows, AfriNIC will notify the selected fellows directly and allow the fellow 7 days to reply with an acceptance of the fellowship. Public announcement of the fellowship winners will be made after the acceptance by the winners.

The fellowship includes: assistance with roundtrip airfare to the meeting venue, hotel accommodates for the AfriNIC event, from the night before the beginning of the AfriNIC event to the last day of the event.
Personal details:

  • Name of Participant:
  • Name of Organisation:
  • Is your organization an LIR?
  • Your position in the Organisation:
  • Physical Address:
  • E-mail:
  • Passport Number:
  • Country and City of residence:
  • Cost of ticket from your residence city to Kigali:
  • How much are you willing to contribute towards the fellowship?

General Questions: ** Your answers to the questions below will determine your eligibility for the fellowship

  1. Which Internet related meetings (inc. AfriNIC meetings) have you attended in the past? Please give details of events and dates.
  2. What has been or is your contribution in your Country/Africa in relation to the ICT field? Please give details of events and dates.
  3. How are you planning to share with your community what you will learn from the AfriNIC-12 meeting?

Other requirements from the fellows:

  • To attend and participate in events as outlined in the agenda and complete a survey of the meeting events;
  • To provide a meeting/attendance report within 15 days after the last day of the meeting;
  • The fellows are required to give a follow-up report to AfriNIC prior to the following meeting on how the meeting benefited personally and how they were able to transfer the knowledge received at the meeting to their respective communities, as well as any ICT related projects for which they are involved.
  • Ensuring requirements for entry into Rwanda are met at least 1 month prior to the first date of the event, such as, obtaining passport and visa.

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