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6TH FORUM ON TELECOMMUNICATION REGULATION IN AFRICA (FTRA) JOAQUIM CHISSANO CONFERENCE CENTRE - MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE 27 - 28 APRIL 2005

DRAFT AGENDA

Day 0 - 26 April 2005 16:00 - 18:30 - Registration

Day 1 - 27 April 2005

1. Registration (Continuation) 2. Opening Ceremony 3. Appointment of the Bureau 4. An Overview of Broadband (what it is, technologies, services, etc.) 5. Economics of Broadband, Technologies and Services 6. Regulatory implications and concerns in an African environment 7. Broadband and Universal Access - Implications to Governments 8. Country Experiences and Discussion 9. Conclusion

Day 2 - 28 April 2005

10. Presentation of the WTDC-06 preparatory process 11. Report on the implementation of IsAP 12. Presentation of recommendations from the ITU-NEPAD Preliminary Assistance Project 13. Priorities and Regional projects for Africa Region within the 2006-2009 BDT programming period 14. Report on the Study for creation of the African Regulatory Association 15. Conclusion and Recommendations 16. Closing ceremony

For details e-mail: ITU-Harare@itu.int

e-NNOVATE 2005

Nigeria's first expo on innovation and value added services in Telecom and ICT

March 21 and 22 - Muson Centre, Onikan., Lagos

For more information: calixthus.okoruwa@xlr8.com.ng

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON OPEN ACCESS

The 3rd International Workshop on Open Access is planned to take place in Maputo Mozambique on 11-2 May 2005.

The workshop is a collaboration between the UN ICT Task Force, The KTH IT-university of Stockholm, the Edoardo Mondlane University, Sida and IDRC and is one of the deliverables of the United Nations ICT Task Force Working Group on Low Cost Access and Connectivity.

http://www.openaccess.uem.mz/

CTO2005

Nigeria's #1 Technology Marketplace

"Using Technology to Foster A Productive Domestic Economic Environment"

May 16 - 20, 2005, The MUSON Center , Lagos

For more information: Anayo.Agu@mail.doc.gov

www.iir-conferences.com/africa/fraud

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