The Call for fellowships is now closed.
The AFRINIC-19 Fellowship programme provides opportunities to individuals from small organisations, universities, and media from African countries to participate in the AFRINIC-19 Meeting. The programme provides basic financial assistance to selected applicants, who fulfill eligibility criteria and are subsequently selected by the Fellowship Committee.
AFRINIC is pleased to announce that the fellowship selection process is now complete and the following applicants (from more than 150 applications received) were selected to receive a fellowship to attend the AFRINIC-19 meeting.
The fellows are:
Priscille Njamen Tchuigoua, Gabon
Sah Gbegnon Senami Marius, Benin
Roger Oteng Baah, Ghana
Akinmoyeje Benjamin Akintunde, Nigeria
Ben Jemaa Mustapha, Tunisia
Marcel Ritchard Morris, South Africa
Congratulations to the fellows and we look forward to collaborating with you in Internet development initiatives in the African Region.
We wish to thank you all for your applications and interest in attending AFRINIC events and we look forward to your participation!
Please be advised that fellowships will also be offered for the Africa Internet Summit 2014 and the community will be informed when the application period opens.
The Fellowship Award which is granted to successful applicants (Fellows) covers a proportion of travel, and living expenses associated with attending the Meeting. The selected fellow is expected to positively and actively contribute to IP address management awareness in the AFRINIC service region.
To qualify, the fellow:
In addition you must be willing to report on how this fellowship has benefited you/your organisation/country, The fellowship includes:
If you think you meet the criteria enumerated above, please submit your application when our call for fellowship applications opens.
If you have questions, please send an email to fellowship[at]afrinic.net