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AFRINIC's Fund for Internet Research and Education – FIRE Program

AFRINIC-The African Network Information Centre encourages Organisations in Africa to apply for its Grants and Awards programme – Project financing up to USD 10,000.

The FIRE Program is designed to encourage, foster and facilitate ICT development initiatives within the African region under three main categories for 2012:

  1. Innovation on Access provision: fostering ICT growth in Africa by ensuring that the delivery mechanism is available, reliable and scalable;
  2. E-development: the development, deployment and enhancement of content, applications and solutions.
  3. Freedom of Expression: initiatives related to freedom of expression, freedom of association, privacy, security, consumer's rights, new forms of intellectual property in the digital environment, and a wider range of issues related to Internet and human rights.

Applications are open and proposals can be submitted latest 1st August 2012.

For more information please visit our website: or send us an e-mail on: fireprogram[at]


IPv6 Global Survey

The Number Resources Organization is soliciting your participation for the 2012 Global IPv6 monitoring survey for everyone to have an insight into global IPv6 adoption and for establishing an effective global IPv6 deployment plan. The survey is presently open for all organisations at:

Please participate in the survey to ensure your voice is heard. The closing date is 13 July 2012.


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