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-Vission 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 http://www.ici.cm platform, Marc Ngiamba was also part of the show.
Project website @ http://www.netnogcm.net
• Photos of the event: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/ivission/sets/72157645355568868/
• Power Point slides: http://fr.slideshare.net/Excelasama/netgog
• Forthcoming seminar: http://www.netnogcm.net/#!net-neutrality-cameroon/cu3g
Network Neutrality Seminar Camerron

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About amybanda01

I am a purpose driven African woman of Cameroon origin. I enjoy exchanging New and Brilliant Ideas for growth, watching News and Movies, Practicing Journalism to inspire as a pace setter and going on Adventure. I run 3 flagship programs 'Monuments', 'Views, Voices $ Visions' and 'Cameroon's Crow' every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 9.30pm, Saturday at 10am and Tuesday/Thursday at 6.30am respectively on Ltm TV. On my page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Amy-Banda/454524697979291?fref=ts details of certain topics on my show are discussed. Brain behind 'Voice of the Voiceless' and the relaunch of 'Good Morning Cameroon' show on Stv, I empower the youth towards innovation, self belief, talent discovery and personal development, nurturing a hardworking spirit and branding on most of my shows. I Love making new friends and I enjoy informing in tit bits.
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2 Responses to Promoting Net Neutrality in Cameroon

  1. martha pono says:

    Thanks a lot for the information. I intend to take part in the seminar in Bamenda since I am presently there.Good night.

  2. Youmbi Tinche says:

    Merci pour l’emission ‘The Web we want: Internet without discrimination, surveillance & censorship’ la voix des sans voix. J’étais edifier.

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