Promoting Net Neutrality in Cameroon


Promoting Net Neutrality in Cameroon

A capacity building seminar was organized in Douala-Cameroon on the 18th of July 2014 at hotel Lewat by I-Vision International with the theme: Promoting Net Neutrality through multi stakeholder capacity building and dialogue. Forty two participants were trained on the concept of Net Neutrality including its historical background, how to detect abuse, its importance and impact if not maintained.

This is one in a series of seminars to be organized in a project funded by the Web we Want campaign.

Excel Asama saluted the presence of the Regional delegate of the Post and Telecommuiation Mr Bassirou for his perpetual support and concern in the development of ICTs in Cameroon. The project manager of www.ici.cm  platform, Marc Ngiamba was also part of the show.

Project website @ www.netnogcm.net

NET NEUTRALITY CAMEROON

 

 

 

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About excelasama

Founding Presdent of Ivission Int. (Information Vehicle in sub saharra and International organisations and networks. Webmaster and Computer sysytems Anlyst by Profession...

Posted on July 19, 2014, in ICT4SD, Internet Governance, Internet issues, Social issues and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. ASSO REFUGIES SANS FRONTIERES

    Thank you   ARSF (Association des Réfugiés Sans Frontières) Daniel MOUNDZEGO B.P.  713 Douala Cameroun E-mail: a_rsf@yahoo.fr/ refugiesansfrontieres@yahoo.fr Contact téléphonique: Téléphone fixe:      00(237) 33 42 38 26 Téléphone mobile: 00(237) 77 87 82 79 http://www.arsfinternational.org  photoalbum: http://www.flickr.com/arsfinternational 

     

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