Internet community

RICTA is an active contributor in the Internet community. We see it as part of our mission to work for the “Good of the Internet”, and we believe
in working together with the Internet community for this purpose.
Within the Operators community, we participate in the East Africa Internet Governance Forum (EAIGF), AFNOG, AFPIF and many other forums.
We are a member of the AF-IX (the Africa Internet Exchange point Association), AFRINIC (Regional Internet Registry for Africa), AFTLD (Africa Top Level domain Association).
RICTA will host the AF-PIF 2020 (African Peering & Interconnection Forum).
Delivering Internet Forums and technical courses is a prominent part of the role RICTA plays within the Rwandan Technical Community
Below are some of our activities carried by RICTA that richly impact the Rwanda Internet Community :
RwNOG: Rwanda Network Operators Group (RwNOG) is a training program organized by RICTA which will bring together different
technical staff from different institutions in Rwanda. More details available:
RwIGF: Rwanda Internet Governance Forum (RwIGF), an annual public forum that brings together all key
stakeholders to discuss issues pertaining to Internet governance. More details available:
Rwanda Peering Day: An annual meeting that brings together stakeholders from both the public and private sectors
to raise awareness as well as to share progress on maximum use of infrastructure such as the
local exchange point and increased use of the Rwanda (RW) Internet domain name.
 RICTA provides different Linux caches to the Rwandan Community
such as Ubuntu Debian, MYSQL mirrors, etc.…. More Details available on our blog: