The Pan African Medical Journal was declared the winner of 2012 The Fund for Internet Research and Education (FIRE) Award on 7 November 2012. The price awarded to PAMJ in BAKU (Azerbaijan) during the 2012 Internet Governance Forum; PAMJ was represented by his co-founder and managing editor, Dr Raoul KAMADJEU.
The FIRE Awards is granted to initiatives that are on the last stages of implementation or that have finalized activities already that are aligned with the funding categories and eligibility criteria.
The FIRE Awards is established by AFRINIC (African Regional Registry for Internet Number Resources), in collaboration with IDRC, to further the development of the Internet and technical capacity building in Africa, in alignment with their mission to support Internet technology usage and development across the African continent.
Pictures of the ceremony are available on our Facebook page
News - Published on 14-Nov-2012