JOBS AND OPPORTUNITIES
COMMUNITY WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR EAST AND SOUTHERN AFRICA
The workshop is aimed at non-profit and public sector workers, as well as people from small businesses running community-style telecentre ventures. It is a priority of the workshop that participants should find opportunities for participating in the global wireless networking community, and for taking project ideas further in their communities.
The workshop will take place in Mtoni, Zanzibar, 21st - 25th March 2005.
Participants are not expected to have advanced technical skills, but should have at least a basic knowledge of computer networking.
The workshop has space for 35 participants.
The cost of travel, accommodation and meals will be covered for successful applicants.
Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, but no later than 4 February 2005.
Provided we receive your application by the deadline above, you will be told whether your application has been successful by 14 February 2005.
This workshop is supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Open Society Institute (OSI).
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