RICTA has mandate from the regulator (RURA) to represent Rwanda Internet Community.
RICTA has done some activities to meet this mandate for the community.
Below are activities already carried by RICTA we have organized that richly impacted Rwanda internet community.
- RICTA has developed different Linux caches like Ubuntu mirror, debian mirror and we
are planning to bring more caches, now we have seen the impact for that caches in
terms of traffic and feedback from the community.
- RwNOG: Rwanda Network Operators Group (RwNOG) is an event targeting the Internet
technical community, where we train Engineer on new skills and best practices for
routing and Linux system administration.
- Rwanda Peering Day: The meeting brought 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
- RwIGF: Rwanda Internet Governance Forum (RwIGF), an annual public forum that
brings together all key stakeholders to discuss issues pertaining to Internet governance.
The next RWIGF will be held later this year involving partners such as RICTA,
RURA, ISOC, ICANN, ISPs, and Rwanda ICT Chamber among other players.