WACREN Chair – Prof. Quaynor Bows Out; New Chair In

WACREN announces that after close to 10 years of service to the regional research and education network, our Board Chair – Professor Nii Narku Quaynor, has bowed out for the next chapter of his life.  

His infectious drive for expanding the Internet and love for research and education propelled him to accept the Board Chair's office in WACREN's formative years. During his stint as the Chair, Prof. Quaynor led the Board to set the organisation on a solid growth path.

His wisdom, in-depth knowledge and wealth of experience in networking technology and community-driven organisation have left an indelible impression on WACREN and the entire Internet ecosystem in Africa. 

Thank You for Participating in WACREN 2021

WACREN expresses profound gratitude to all who contributed to the success of the 6th Annual Conference held virtually from March 15 to 19, 2020. 

The WACREN 2021 Programme Committee did a great job in advising in putting together an exciting programme. Thank you to all its members.

Registration now open for WACREN 2021

Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Conference of Stakeholders of WACREN. This year's Conference will be virtual, considering the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated challenges.  Join subject-matter experts drawn from across the world as we have conversations on: 'Digital Transformation for Development'.

LIBSENSE National Open Science Roadmaps debuts at WACREN 2021


Communiqué - March 9, 2021
The LIBSENSE  initiative, which was launched in 2017, has been building a community of practice for open science and progressing the adoption of open science services and infrastructures in Africa. The initiative is led by WACREN - West and Central African Research and Education Network - in partnership with a number of other organizations. The aim of LIBSENSE is to advance open science in Africa through strengthening and expanding services at the institutional, national and regional level.

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