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Did you take the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme - IGCBP from DiploFoundation? If so, in which year? Who was tutoring you?
Where did you ¨discover¨ this Community portal?
Diplo Foundation website
What are you currently doing today and projects you have related to Internet governance?
We doing a questionnaire Project in civil society funded by Ofok Al-Tanmia NGO Egypt.
Please list the names of organizations you are a member of, including hyperlinks for more information when possible.
Ofok Al-Tanmia NGO "Ofok Human Network"
Moataz is a social entrepreneur who believes in ICT knowledge-sharing for social change; He has for a long time been interested in community development and helping youth to gain education and to find employment, Mr. Shaarawy is a co-founder and the Secretary General of Ofok NGO.

“No doubt that any development must first start with the individual; but sharing knowledge and the application of powerful solutions to real life problems can only take place if an effective human network exists. The formula equation for community development in my point of view:
Human Development + Human Networks = Community Development” Moataz says.

Mr.Moataz was graduated from Faculty of Law, Cairo University finding himself interested with the Intellectual Property Rights field.

Established Ofok in December 2005 with a mission of community capacity building and career development.

Ofok is an NGO, working on a self sustainable model and taking full advantage of the
opportunities presented by the development initiatives taking place worldwide. Ofok
stands for "Horizon" on the Arabic language, summarizing the passion toward creating
a brighter future, delivering a message of Hope and Change to communities through
strengthening one of the main development pillars; Education, using Information and
Communication Technologies (ICTs) as tools to spread and facilitate knowledge

Ofok's mission is to help communities empower themselves, and to enable individuals
especially find employment and develop their careers. Ofok is launching its initiatives
toward narrowing the knowledge gap between developed and developing worlds
through immunizing youth with the ICTs to be able to connect global experiences with
local entrepreneurship to create customized solutions for communities using available

Ofok Human Development Initiative:
Ofok's dedication to ICT (Information and Communications Technology) development
and entrepreneurship ensures that today's young people become the leaders of
tomorrow by attaining the right leadership skills and the latest knowledge of

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At 12:19pm on September 30, 2009, Mahmood Akhtar said…
Dear Moataz,

I would like to attened Fourth Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum held in November 15-18, 2009 in Egypt. I would like to attend this event. I just want to know is there any scholarship available to attned this meeting because my organization is not in the position to meet the expenses.

Mahmood Akhtar
program coordinator
communication & publication program
sungi development foundation
email: www.sungi.org
At 6:36am on September 19, 2009, Prince Amadichukw said…
please send me more info regarding the sharm el meeting on travel sponsorship and other related information...........



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