African Network Information centre AfriNIC in 2006 AfriNIC activities have grown in 2006 Budget: Our operational budget has grown from 150,000 USD in 2004 to approximately 800,000 USD in 2006 with more than 30% dedicated to various awareness and training activities. The number of members has grown from 110 transferred from existing RIRs when we started to more than 250 at the end of 2006. The above growth matches the allocation growth. While we apply strict rules in our evaluation procedure, there is about 100% growth in IP allocations in the AfriNIC region from 2003 to 2006 compared to the overall period before that.
African Network Information centre 2006 vs. 2007 Budget 2006 Financial: There has been an increase in surplus of 58% over 2005 due to increase in membership income Fees collection rate from our members was 98% Our operating reserve for the year was at $800,000 2007 Budget: Incomes from Membership: 1,003,038 (+ 13%) Expenses including: 1,001,440 (+46%) To support the activities growth, we have hired additional staff (from 5 to 9): Integration of South Africa operation cost 24 May 2007
African Network Information centre 2 March 2007 Membership Growth
African Network Information centre 2 March 2007 Impact on Resource Allocation A steady growth in resources allocated has resulted.
African Network Information centre 2 March 2007 IPv6 Last year, we have been focusing on IPv6 awareness among the community through training and conferences. This has led to more interest in IPv6 Countries where IPv6 training are conducted who have an IPv6 prefix allocation.
African Network Information centre 24 May 2007 Outcome of AfriNIC-6 Held back to back with AfNOG, AfTLD and AfREN meeting About 160 participants Two new items on the meeting agenda: the BoFs (PDP review, IPv4 Exhaustion and Anti- Spam) and the new comers' sessions. NRO-NC/ASO-AC elections Vincent Ngundi elected (01/08-12/10). Board Elections Pierre Dandjinou and Sunday Folayan re-elected for Western Africa region Rashida Jouhari (New) and Mokthar Hamidi (re- elected) for Northern region.
African Network Information centre Outcome of AfriNIC-6 24 May 2007 Membership fee review : P recision on fees associated with IPv6 No fees associated with existing IPv4 LIRs Special discount for new LIRs 50% on the setup fee, 100% the first year 75%,50% and 25% for the consecutive years Special Fee for universities, academics and Research organisation 50% discount on setup and annual membership fees Entities must show a plan to deploy and work with IPv6
African Network Information centre 24 May 2007 Policy discussion outcome PoliciesStatus Proposal to change the allocation and assignment period to 12 months Consensus IPv6 PI Assignment for End-Sites Consensus Proposal to change the IPv6 HD ratio from 0.8 to 0.94 Consensus Proposal for an IPv6 ULA-Central Discussion IPv4 count down Policy Policy candidate Global Policy for the Allocation of the Remaining IPv4 Address Space Policy candidate
African Network Information centre 24 May 2007 Cooperation with Other Organisations Building Partnerships and collaboration with other organisations : AfNOG (MoU signed during AfriNIC-3) Supporting AfNOG meeting 10 Fellowship to attend AfNOG/AfriNIC Event in Abuja. AAU Board just approved a 50% membership fee discount for not for profit academic and research organisations. To organise specific LIR and IPv6 training sessions for Academic network operators. AfTLD Provide secretarial support to them Supporting their activities to strengthen the ccTLD community in Africa Continue our active participation to the NRO activities through its EC, the ECG and CCG. Also working on specific projects with specific RIR (e.g: With APNIC: for partnership on ICONS)
African Network Information centre 24 May 2007 Some ongoing Projects Beside our core activity which is Internet Resource management we are working on some other projects of interest for the community: MyAfriNIC: a portal to allow LIRs to easily interact with AfriNIC and manage their resources. Beta testing has started. AIRRS: A tool to provide analysis and statistics on resources allocated/assigned by AfriNIC including routing information (AIRRS). Study to set up an IRR for AfriNIC region. Internet Resource Certification (RFC 3779) VoIP between AfriNICs offices and for members to contact us
African Network Information centre 24 May 2007 Next Meeting – AfriNIC-7 24 – 28 September 2007 Durban, South Africa
African Network Information centre 24 May 2007 Thank You