E-Achievers Award – August 2002
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Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 1:21 PM
Subject: You have been selected as one of the Top 3
finalists in the African ICT Achievers Awards e-Achievers category
award that you have been selected as a finalist in, is the e-Achievers
Award. This award will go to an African Company that is promoting
e-enablement within Africa.
African-wide open category: African grown
Applying cutting-edge technology to promote
Operates both within and beyond domicile
Introduces significant value proposition in
the ICT sector
E-enablers and e-users
The next step in the adjudication process
requires that we collect more information about your company. I have
attached a template for a profile, which the judges will use to make their
final decision. Please can you complete it and e-mail it back to me by close
of business on Wednesday, 28 August 2002 so that I can prepare everything
for the panel sitting.
Please can you also include more
information regarding the company, e.g. how long you have been in existence,
projects you are currently running, company achievements or successes, etc.
I would also appreciate it if you could identify a representative for the
company and provide me with their contact details. The judges might decide
that they would like to speak to this representative, in which case I will
phone them from South Africa to have a conference call with the judges.
Should you have any queries, please do not
hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Manager: Research & Production Business Unit
+27 11 540 8200
+27 11 540 8226
+27 11 540 8201
+27 82 417 0417
CV TEMPLATE – E-ACHIEVERS AWARD
You have been nominated as one of
the 20 semi-finalists in this years’ African ICT Achievers Awards. Would
you be so kind as to complete the CV template and return it to use by 12:00
on Wednesday the 14th of August. You can fax it to (011) 540-8201
or e-mail to email@example.com
Please phone Lizelle Adam for any
enquiries at (011) 540-8226 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Name of Association:
Internet Society of Mauritius (http://www.isoc-mu.org)
President - Chairman
2000, the Internet Society has served as the national organization for
coordination and cooperation on the Internet, promoting and
maintaining a broad spectrum of activities focused on the Internet's
development, availability, and associated technologies.
The Internet Society acts not only as a clearinghouse for Internet
information and education but also as a facilitator and coordinator of
Internet-related initiatives in Mauritius.
Through its conference and other sponsored events, developing training
workshops, tutorials, statistical and market research, publications,
public policy and trade activities, standardization activities and
committees, the Internet Society serves the needs of the growing
global Internet community. From commerce to education to social
issues, our goal is to enhance the availability and utility of the
Internet on the widest possible scale.
Its principal purpose
is to maintain and extend the development and availability of the
Internet and its associated technologies and applications - both as an
end in itself, and as a means of enabling organizations, professions,
and individuals worldwide to more effectively collaborate, cooperate,
and innovate in their respective fields and interests.
Its specific goals and purposes include:
1) To propagate the use of Internet amongst its members and the public
2) To promote the rapid propagation of Internet and its technologies
in every sphere of the Mauritian Community.
3) To provide services for organisational and individual members in
terms of training and support in connection to Internet Technologies.
4) To advocate the use of the Internet to the individual and
organisational members in their daily life.
5) To show the importance of Internet and its technologies in the life
of the Public in Mauritius and elsewhere.
Key achievement & awards in
last 5 years:
Internet Month – May 2001 -
Initiation to the Internet
Internet Month – June 2001 -
Initiation to the Internet
Internet for School Children
Initiation to the Internet for School Children in collaboration with
the Moka- Flacq District Council was done on 4th and 5th July 2001 at
Quartier Militaire where a total of 150 School Children were initiated
Participation with the National Computer
Board at the Internet Fiesta in 2001.
- Internet Fiesta - Presentation "The
concept of e-Mauritius in the Global Village"
Initiation to the
Internet at Courts Cyber café, Port Louis on 5 consecutive Saturdays
are as follows:
Saturday 28.7.2001 from 09.00 AM TO 13.00
Saturday 04.8.2001 from 09.00 AM TO 13.00
Saturday 11.8.2001 from 09.00 AM TO 13.00
Saturday 18.8.2001 from 09.00 AM TO 13.00
Saturday 25.8.2001 from 09.00 AM TO 13.00
Technology to promote
Instant Messaging Service
Contribution to operations both
within and beyond domicile country borders
Helped in initiating Mauritian in
the use of Internet and its tool.
We are planning to organise an
E-Africa Summit with the following subject - e-Africa and the future.
Planning for local conference in
connection to the preparatory conference for the World Summit on the
We have partnered with Visualsoft UK Ltd to
provide training. Visualsoft is a market leader in
eLearning and web based training delivery. We are in the process of
implementing the same and the training will be located at http://training.isoc-mu.org
Introduces significant value
proposition in the ICT sector
Following our participation in
the Isoc-Francophonie summit the following proposition were made
The counsel of the
French-speaking chapters must promote a true internationalisation of
the instances of governance of Internet.