ITU-D Study Group 2
Mr Christopher Kemei: Vice-Chairman ITU-D Study Group 2
In this interview, Mr Kemei says that through collaboration and co-operation, the ITU-D Study Groups will, in the next few years come up with practical solutions that have an impact in people’s lives. The Study Group aims to develop solutions that make ICT systems secure and can be used with confidence by people in their daily lives. Mr Kemei is the Assistant Director of licensing and compliance at the Communications Commission of Kenya.
Mr Christopher Kemei - September 2014
Ms Aminata Kaba-Camara: Vice-Chair ITU-D Study Group 2
In this interview, Ms Kaba-Camara says that creating synergies among the ITU Study Groups is of critical importance so that their output can benefit Member States, especially those from the developing world. Cybersecurity and efforts to ensure that users of ICTs are safe online are some of the key issues that will dominate the discussions. Ms Kaba-Camara is the Director of the Radiocommunication Department at the Autorité de Regulation des Postes et Télécommunication (ARPT) in Guinea.
Ms Aminata Kaba-Camara - September 2014
Mr Ananda Raj Khanal: Vice-Chairman ITU-D Study Group 2
In this interview, Mr Khanal says that the reports of the ITU-D Study Group must be relevant to the needs of developing countries. He stressed that there is a need to reduce the huge digital divide that exists not just between the developed and the developing world but also within countries. Mr Khanal is the Director and Acting Chief of the Nepal Telecommunications Authority.
Mr Ananda Raj Khanal - September 2014