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Josephine Miliza 17h
We as Africans should create solutions for our challenges rather than just adopting what other regions use. - Dawit Bekele
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Raul Echeberria Jun 18
60% of the africans are not connected to the Internet yet. community and partners are working in innovative ways to promote access so more africans can join digital economy. Let’s work together for an Internet of opportunities.
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ISOC Africa Jun 15
Welcome to our 35th Chapter in ! Congratulations @ISOCMadagascar for this great achievement!
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Internet Leadership 14h
Want to ? Apply to be a moderator for @ISOC e-learning course, Shaping the Internet-History and Futures ! Get your application in by 1 July: English . Spanish . French
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Internet Society Jun 13
Take the Internet Society's 2018 Global Internet Report Survey. Add your opinion on how you see the Internet in 5 years from now. Take the survey today:
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Internet Society Jun 11
What is the future of the ? Is the outlook bleak? Optimistic? Somewhere in between? We're preparing a new report for 2018 - read the concept note then take our survey and add your voice to help
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ISOC Africa 23h
One of the factors behind the establishment of is provide connectivity in areas where there is none.
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ISOC Africa Jun 18
Community Networks Workshop in partnership with the starts in . Together we can find solutions when it comes to challenges for access in some of the world's most remote places!!
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zuri.africa🌐 16h
Yes! Communities are capable of leading their own digital transformation. But only when the environment is enabling.
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ISOC Africa Jun 18
More than 800 million people in do not have access to the & a great % of this population reside in rural areas. Let's work together with developing sustainable Internet access networks for under-served communities in Africa!
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Agang Ditlhogo 1h
Carlos discusses Policy Opportunities for Community Networks in Africa
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Internet Society Jun 17
75 engineers from 15 countries across Africa participated in open Standards Development at Hackathon@AIS in May. Betel Hailu and Kevin Chege report on outcomes
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ISOC Africa 19h
Great to see @internetSocety African Chapters, Regional Economic Communities, , and many other partners come together to and
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Evelyn Namara Jun 18
"The unconnected people do not have the same opportunities as those connected." - we need to Innovate to connect everyone.
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Evelyn Namara Jun 18
Replying to @enamara
Community Networks encourage and build local expertise. It's about empowering communities to build their own networks and solve their local problems.
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Internet Society Jun 17
If you believe that the is for everyone, as we do, consider a with the Internet Society. We're hiring - check out our current open positions
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 19
“60% of the population is not connected to the Internet yet. We need to innovate to connect everyone.” - The , the and believe is one of the alternatives.
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Evelyn Namara Jun 18
Community Networks inspire people to think differently and allows them to solve problems together. -
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Evelyn Namara Jun 18
Public Policy and regulations should be catalysts for connectivity and not barriers. - Better policies that support connectivity need to be developed. -
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Victor Ndonnang 9h
Great discussions, networking and fun at the Welcome Diner of the 2018 African Chapters Meeting. Fellows are getting ready and mobilized to help and
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