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Infrastructure and Community Development 3 June 2021

Spotlight on the Kenya Education Network, an Africa Peering Community Champion

Israel Nyoh
By Israel NyohCommunications and Outreach Manager - Africa

The Kenya Education Network (KENET) supports communities that build Internet infrastructure in Kenya. For nearly a decade, KENET has been working with the Internet Society to grow capacity of higher education campuses, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions, and young engineers. They peer at the Kenya Internet Exchange Point, and they’ve also been a champion of peering and interconnection in Africa.

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