[AFRI-Discuss] Final draft of the statement -- Joint Meeting AFRALO/AfrICANN at ICANN 51

peters omoragbon petersomoragbon2 at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Oct 13 02:52:40 UTC 2014

Congrats PJ for your very brief and wonderful tenure. AFRAL and ICANN still have a lot to benefit from your service. The struggle continues. Welcome on board Barrack. And to all in LA, enjoy the sunshine and avoid the casinos...lol

Meanwhile, may I solicit the support of all the CSOs/NGOs from Africa to please read the information below and register to vote for me.
I have been shortlisted to be voted for into the Pilot Program Climate Resilience Committee of the Climate Investment Fund for the African Region. To qualify to vote NGO must first register. See below. Please circulate this information through your networks and contacts. Thanks

Oct 9 at 7:20 PM
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The selection process for nonprofit civil society organization (CSO) observers to the Climate Investment Funds (CIFs) is underway. As a part of the selection process,RESOLVE is pleased to invite CSOs to register to vote(www.resolv.org/cif/voting) for CSO observer candidates to the CIFs.
How Do I Register? To register to vote, visit: www.resolv.org/cif/voting. 
The deadline for registration is 20 October 2014 at 11:59 PM GMT.
Who Can Vote? Representatives of not-for-profit, non-governmental CSOs engaged in climate change issues and/or with the Climate Investment Funds may register to vote. Only one registration (and vote) is permitted for each organization. Large organizations with multiple country offices may cast one vote in each CIF region where they are present (Africa/Middle East, Asia/Pacific, Latin America/Caribbean, and developed countries).
Please note that there are separate selection processes for CIF observers from the private sector and for indigenous peoples' organizations.
How Do I Vote? Once you have registered, instructions for voting will be emailed to you when the voting period opens in October. Pre-registered organizations will be able to vote for CSO observer candidates in their region during the voting period.
Where Can I Get More Information? Please visit www.resolv.org/site-cif to learn more about the CSO observer selection process andwww.climateinvestmentfunds.org to learn more about the CIFs. Follow us at at RESOLVORG on twitter for updates on the selection process!
If you have any questions about the process, please email (cifobservers at resolv.org) or call (202-965-6208). 
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Le processus de sélection des organisations de la société civile (OSC) à but non lucratif appelées à siéger en qualité d'observateurs dans les instances des Fonds d'investissement climatiques (CIF) est en cours. Dans le cadre de ce processus de sélection, RESOLVE a le plaisir d'inviter les OSC à s'incrire au scrutin(www.resolv.org/cif/voting) de sélection des candidats aux sièges d'observateurs d'OSC dans les instances des CIF.
Comment s'inscrire ? Pour s'inscrire au scrutin, consultez la page www.resolv.org/cif/voting. 

 La date limite d'inscription est fixée au 20 octobre 2014 à 23h59 heure moyenne de Greenwich. 

Qui peut voter ? Peuvent s'inscrire au scrutin les représentants d'OSC non gouvernementales à but non lucratif concernées par les problèmes du changement climatique ou par les Fonds d'investissement climatiques. Une seule inscription (et un seul vote) est autorisée pour chaque organisation. Les grandes organisations ayant des bureaux dans plusieurs pays peuvent voter une fois dans chacune des régions CIF où elles sont présentes (Afrique/Moyen-Orient, Asie/Pacifique, Amérique latine/Caraïbes, et pays développés).
Veuillez noter que d'autres processus de sélection sont organisés pour les observateurs représentant le secteur privé et ceux représentant les peuples autochtones dans les instances des CIF.
Comment voter ? Une fois que vous serez inscrit(e), la marche à suivre pour voter vous sera envoyée par courrier électronique à l'ouverture de la période de scrutin en octobre 2014. Les organisations inscrites pourront voter pour le candidat au siège d'observateur d'OSC de leur région pendant la période du scrutin.
Où obtenir davantage d'informations ? Consultez les sites www.resolv.org/site-cifpour plus d'informations sur le processus de sélection des observateurs des OSC etwww.climateinvestmentfunds.org pour en savoir plus sur les CIF. Suivez-nous sur Twitter à @RESOLVORG pour être tenu(e) au courant du déroulement du processus de sélection.
Pour toute question sur la procédure de vote, contactez-nous par courriel (cifobservers at resolv.org) ou par téléphone (202-965-6208).     
en español
Está en marcha el proceso de selección de observadores miembros de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil (OSC) sin fines de lucro de los fondos de inversión en el clima (CIF). En ese marco, RESOLVE se complace en invitar a las OSC a que se inscriban para votar (www.resolv.org/cif/voting) por los candidatos a observadores miembros de las OSC de los CIF.
¿Cómo me inscribo? Para inscribirse para votar, visite: www.resolv.org/cif/voting. 
La fecha límite de inscripción es el 20 de octubre de 2014, a las 23.59, hora del meridiano de Greenwich.
¿Quién puede votar? Los representantes de las OSC no gubernamentales sin fines de lucro que trabajen en temas de cambio climáticoo en los CIF. Solo se permite una inscripción (y un voto) por organización. Las organizaciones grandes con oficinas en diversos países pueden votar una vez por cada región de los CIF en la que tengan presencia (África y Oriente medio, Asia y el Pacífico, América Latina y el Caribe y los países desarrollados).
Cabe señalar que existen procesos de selección separados para observadores de los CIF provenientes del sector privado y de organizaciones de pueblos indígenas.
¿Cómo voto? Una vez que se haya inscripto, cuando se inicie el período de votación (octubre de 2014), se le enviarán las instrucciones para votar por correo electrónico. Durante ese período, las organizaciones inscriptas previamente podrán votar por los candidatos a observadores miembros de las OSC de su región.
¿Dónde puedo obtener más información? Para obtener más información sobre el proceso de selección de observadores miembros de las OSC, visitewww.resolv.org/site-cif; para informarse mejor sobre los CIF, visitewww.climateinvestmentfunds.org. Síganos en Twitter en @RESOLVORG para obtener información actualizada sobre el proceso de selección.
Si tiene preguntas sobre el proceso de votación, puede comunicarse por correo electrónico (cifobservers at resolv.org) o por teléfono (202-965-6208).

Salutations distinguées,
Maya Breitburg-Smith, Dana Goodson & Brendon Thomas
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On Saturday, 11 October 2014, 18:38, Philip Fomba JOHNSON <johnsonpf1 at gmail.com> wrote:

Dear Aziz,

Thank you very much for the information and for the leadership role in the
AFRALO. I would have really been very grateful to attend and participate in
ICANN 51 in Los Angeles, but unfortunately, I did not obtain Visa to
facilitate my travel. I will however participate remotely in all the ALAC
and At Large sessions.

Please convey my thanks and appreciation to other members of AFRALO and the
Leadership present at LA for the opportunities granted me over the year to
serve as Secretary. with the experience gained thus far, I will continue to
represent Internet users locally, nationally, regional and globally.

I have complete confidence that Barrack Otieno,  incoming Secretary of
AFRALO will continue and advance the work of AFRALO Secretariat, I will
always be available for whatever advice he may stand in need of.

I wish you all a fruitful deliberation at this joint AFRALO/AfrICANN

Best regards
Philip F Johnson
Outgoing Secretary/AFRALO

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 6:35 PM, Aziz Hilali <hilaliaziz at yahoo.fr> wrote:

> Dear All,
> The joint AFRALO/AfrICANN meeting would take place on Wednesday 15 October
> 2014, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in Olympic Room.
> The theme chosen in consultation with the members of the African ICANN
> community is "IANA Transition and ICANN Accountability seen by the African
> Community”.
> All the participants in the Los Angeles ICANN meeting are cordially
> invited to this meeting.
> It is also possible to remotely participate on Adobe Connect:
> https://icann.adobeconnect.com/lax51-olympic/
> The Agenda is below:
> Welcome Address (5 min), Aziz Hilali, AFRALO Chair
> Opening Address (8 min): Olivier Crépin Leblond, ALAC Chair & Sebastien
> Bachollet, Board Member.
> Introductory address: Adiel Akploga, AFRINIC CEO,(8 min), Pierre
> Dandjinou, Global Stakeholder Engagement Vice President for Africa (8 min),
> Tijani BEN JEMAA, ALAC, Vice Chair and FMAI Executive Director (8 min)
> Introduction of the topic and Presentation of the draft Statement: Mohamed
> El Bashir, AFRALO vice Chair, Fatimata Seye Sylla, Nom Com,President of
> Discussion, modification and adoption of the statement (30 min) : All
> Closing remarks (8 min): Aziz Hilali, AFRALO Chair
> See also:
> https://community.icann.org/display/atlarge/At-Large+Meetings+-+Wednesday,+15+October+2014+Workspace
> Thank you for your participation and commitment.
> Best regards
> AFRALO Chair
> Aziz Hilali
> ============================
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