The Public Interest Registry Partners With the Digital Empowerment Foundation To Bring More India-Based NGOs Online

Reston, Virginia, September 23, 2011 / PRNewswire-FirstCall / -. ORG domain name administrator Public Interest Registry (referred to as “PIR”) program earlier this summer launched in January 2012, new top-level domain. NGO will apply for the management of the domain. Mobilization as part of its ongoing global network of non-governmental organizations and entities part of the plan, PIR has been with the Digital Empowerment Foundation (referred to as “DEF”) co-operation in various parts of India held a series of eNGO seminars, through training programs to help local non- governmental organizations to develop and manage online business. This is a national eNGO program designed to help grassroots organizations in India through information, communication and technology (ICT) in economic and commercial aspects to develop.

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