The fellowship is reserved in priority for individuals representing small organisations, universities, and media who are actively involved in Internet operations and development or ICT policy in their countries and respective communities. The fellow is expected to positively and actively contribute to IP address management awareness in the AFRINIC service region.
To qualify for the fellowship, you:
- should be a resident of Africa;
- must not necessarily be an AFRINIC member;
- should be from a technical (IT, Computer Science) background;
- have not benefited from previous AfriNIC fellowships;
- are willing to report on how this fellowship has benefited you/your organisation/country.
The fellowship includes:
- assistance with round-trip airfare to the meeting venue;
- hotel accommodates for the AFRINIC Plenary event, from the day before the beginning of the Plenary to the last day of the event;
- per diem allowance.
If you think you meet the criteria enumerated above, please submit your application when our call for fellowship applications opens.