The AfNOG 2010 Workshop and Meetings taking place from 23 May to 4 June 2010 in Kigali, Rwanda, would not be possible without the generous support of the following organizations:
|Rwanda Development Board (RDB) is a local host of AfNOG 2010. They also provided funding to help cover the cost of training of local workshop participants, and provided assistance with logistics.
|The Rwanda ICT Association (RICTA) is a local host of AfNOG 2010.
|Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) provided free usage of classroom and other facilities for the workshop.
|AfriNIC is a joint sponsor for the AfNOG 2010 events.
|The Internet Society has kindly provided funding to help cover the cost of training workshop participants.
|Cisco Systems, along with Cisco Europe, have kindly loaned routing and switch equipment to AfNOG for hands-on training sessions in the workshop classrooms, as well as kindly donating funds to cover workshop fees for some participants.
|Google kindly provided support to help cover the cost of training of some workshop participants, and an additional cash contribution.
|FreeBSD Mall has donated full sets of FreeBSD release CDs for all workshop participants.
|O'Reilly and Associates kindly donated technical reference books for all workshop participants.
|Cisco Press has kindly donated technical reference books for workshop participants.
|The Network Startup Resource Center helps to organize AfNOG workshop and Meeting curriculum, facilitates the donation and shipping of books and equipment, and provides some instructors as well as paying for their travel. They have also sponsored local transport between the hotels and the workshop venue.
|The National Science Foundation provided assistance to participating network engineers from research and education networks via the NSRC project.
|The University of Oregon has provided staff time to help with administration, accounting, and reporting of the AfNOG 2010 events.
|Afilias has kindly provided support to help cover the cost of training of some workshop participants.
|BIT Internet Technology provided a tunnel for IPv6 connectivity.
|MTN Rwanda provided 4Mbps of Internet bandwidth for the meetings, and a cash contribution.
|Altech Stream provided 6Mbps of Internet bandwidth for the workshop and meetings.
|Rwandatel provided backup Internet bandwidth, assistance with logistics, and a cash contribution.
|Artel provided backup Internet bandwidth.
|NFT Consult provided assistance with logistics.
|Computer Point provided a cash contribution.