IARU Member Societies ARA (Algeria) and ARAT (Tunisia) have started this week a series of online knowledge sharing sessions for their members and the public. The sessions last for an hour each. Topics are presented by volunteering members from both associations.
Following the Covid-19 outbreak, both ARA and ARAT, like most member societies around the globe, were obliged to suspend their activities in Algeria and Tunisia respectively. So it was suggested to benefit from the fact that people are locked down at home to initiate knowledge sharing sessions and thus maintain interest among members.
The first online session was conducted on April 5th, open to members and the public. It was chaired by Mohamed 7X2TL who took participants through electronics principles.
The sessions will continue to be planned and conducted 2 to 3 times a week. The plan for the future is to extend the range of contributions by inviting hams from other countries to give interactive lectures if a particular (advanced) topic is requested by members. For more information contact Ash, KF5EYY / 3V8SF at: