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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?
2007, by Ulemu Nyasulu
Where did you ¨discover¨ this Community portal?
On the IGCBP mailing list
What are you currently doing today and projects you have related to Internet governance?
I intend to launch a debate on issues related to Internet Governance in Burundi. For this to succeed, I wish the Internet Governance movie produced by Diplofoundation would be translated in French, and even in Kirundi.
Please list the names of organizations you are a member of, including hyperlinks for more information when possible.
Burundi Youth Training Centre ( Secretary General : ICT Trainer) : BYTC : http://www.bytc.bi
Isoc Burundi ( Burundian chapter of Internet society) : Deputy Chairman : www.isoc.bi

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MAG 2015 membership : Self nomination

Family name: Nkurunziza

First name: Jean Paul

Gender: Male

Country of residence: Burundi

Organisation: ISOC Burundi Chapter…

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Posted on September 24, 2014 at 9:30am

BurundiX : Le premier point d'échange Internet du Burundi lancé le 21 Mars 2014.

L'histoire de BurundiX commence le 31  Janvier 2010, lors de la quatorzième Assemble ordinaire des Chefs d'Etats de l'Union Africaine, à Addis Abeba en Ethiopie. A l'issue de cette conférence, les Chefs d'Etat ont en effet décidé de renforcer la coopération régionale afin de mettre en place des Points d'Echange Internet nationaux et régionaux. L'objectif global de ce programme : Réduire les frais que les pays africains sont obligés de payer aux…

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Posted on March 30, 2014 at 8:00pm

Nomination for 1Net as a civil society representative

Full name: Jean Paul Nkurunziza

Gender: Male

Nationality:Burundian

Country of residence:Burundi

Organisation: Burundi Youth Training Centre ( BYTC), ISOC-Burundi

1. Background and/or experience in IG (50 words); feel free to include a link:

Attended the DiploFoundation online course on Internet Governance in 2007  and became the tutor for francophone groups,  and later,  I tutored the francophone groups within the ISOC's Next…

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Posted on December 7, 2013 at 7:55am

2nd e-Atlas meeting, Francophon West Africa : BAMAKO ( Mali) , December 7th, 8th and 9th 2009.

E-Atlas is an initiative from social researchers mainly from Toulouse Le Mirail University ( France) . Their goal is to understand how local collectivities behave with respect to the emergence of the Information Society.

However, E-Atlas is not a purely scientific research project. It’s a strong partnership between the research world and diverse stakeholders involved in the information society ( local administrations, NGOs, private actors, ….

The first E-Atlas Francophon West Africa… Continue

Posted on December 25, 2009 at 7:34pm

BYTC organised a remote participation hub to IGF 2009 in BUJUMBURA

Hi !

Burundi Youth Training Centre ( my organization), organised a remote participation hub to IGF 2009 in Bujumbura.

(but we couldn't register our hub into the list of official remote hubs because I was travelling some days before the event).

BYTC has been created 1999. Our core actions are oriented in ICTs especially for Youths : ( training, sensitization, etc...)

The goal of the remote hub for IGF was to create awareness and sensitize burundian youths on different issues… Continue

Posted on December 3, 2009 at 11:55am

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At 12:10pm on November 23, 2013, Luca Belli said…

Merci beaucoup de ta confiance, Jean Paul! C'est une excellente nouvelle!

Je te souhaite un très bon weekend et à bientôt,

Luca

At 12:03pm on September 17, 2010, WAKANA Emmanuel said…
HI N.JEAN PAUL
i am very glad to receive this message,thanks for adding me as your friend on DIPLO.
i just want you to help and direct me on how i can take the internet capacity building programme(IGCBP) from DIPLO FOUNDATION.
thanks
At 3:49pm on June 10, 2010, Zoniaina Fitahiana RAKOTOMALALA said…
Merci Jean PAul de m'avoir ajouté !!
BOnne journér
At 6:45pm on June 7, 2010, KAMWENUBUSA Jean-Claude said…
Merci Jean-Paul,
Que cette année soit des lumières! Nous allons briser la fracture numérique, unissions-nous et nous y arriverons.
At 6:42pm on June 7, 2010, KAMWENUBUSA Jean-Claude said…
C'est avec une joie indicible de vous rencontrer tous ici. Ensemble nous y arriverons. GI est au centre de nos préoccupations.

Merci
At 8:17pm on June 4, 2010, KARERWA Donald said…
Merci de votre charmant accueil, je suis déjà impressionné par les activités que je viens tout juste de découvrir pour mon pays le Burundi
At 11:24am on February 9, 2010, Léopold NDAYISHIMIYE said…
hello!Jean Paul! I am very happy to receive this message. But I am waiting for information about this studies.I will always be on top to receive you. Have a nice day!
At 9:58am on November 5, 2009, GATETE Jean-Yves said…
Jean Paul,

Sad to hear that you will not be there and not following the 4th IGF via RP.
I wish you safe journey and hope continue talking later,

Keep well,

Jean-Yves
At 10:59am on October 28, 2009, pete cranston said…
Salut Jean Paul. Will we see you at Waginengen next week?
At 12:38pm on September 3, 2009, GATETE Jean-Yves said…
Hii JP,
how is Mexico,
The IGF Burundi was a success I tell u,
The first day we were around 100 participants and my theme as well gave a view on IGF process where we discussed on issues and benefits we could gain from.
the discussions went to the level of discussing about ICANN function and we maintained the discussions at national level,all presentations were great and among participants ,were high Gvt representatives included some of Senate,Ministry of TPT ,etc...
Some recommendations have been drafted and will be posted to the ISOC website.
It was a great chanllenge also where we called political parties willing to win in 2010 to include in their propaganda an ICT and Internet access to all Burundians,

etc.
I will attend EAIGF ,hope to meet you there,

Jean-Yves
 
 
 

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