Please let me know if you are still looking for a consultant capable of doing LAN, WAN and Internet connectivity. My organization, AVSC International, is a USAID CA with extensive experience with networking and connectivity in developing countries. We have a regional office in Nairobi, and an in-house IT staff there. We also have offices in eleven other African countries. Along with our primary activity (medical training), we offer technology consulting services to other CAs and NGOs, with an emphasis on connectivity solutions and low-maintenance networks. I'm not certain if this is the kind of thing you're looking for, but I'd be happy to expand on our work and what we do. Please feel free to contact me at my E-mail address.
Thanks, in advance, for your consideration.
Senior Director of Technology
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>>> Steve Song <[log in to unmask]> 09/22 11:30 AM >>>
I am looking for a consultant based in Nairobi who is capable of doing LAN
connectivity consulting. That is to say someone who is capable of
analysing an organisation's infrastructure, technical capacity, and budget
and recommending and possibly implementing a solution.
Ideally, the consultant will have a solid understanding of a wide range
possible connectivity options including store and forward vs. dial-up vs.
leased line; Win95/NT solutions vs Linux; etc.
All suggestions gratefully received at the email address below.
Steve Song <[log in to unmask]>
Unganisha (Connectivity) Project <http://www.idrc.ca/unganisha>
International Development Research Centre
P.O. Box 8500, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1G 3H9
Tel. +1 613 236 6163 x2268 Fax +1 613 567 7748