Dating networks in saudi arabia
Aside from offering a major boost to cybersecurity capacity-building efforts in the Kingdom, this enabled participants to acquire a better understanding of DNSSEC, equipping them with the expertise, knowledge and capabilities necessary for its optimal application in their networks, applications and services.
MANAGUA – Thousands of children attending pre-school and primary school in Nicaragua are to receive dates in their school meals thanks to a contribution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
The workshop highlighted DNSSEC's role as a complete set of technical specifications, designed particularly to secure and protect information provided by the Domain Name System (DNS), which uses the Internet Protocol (IP) system.
The workshop offered an ideal platform to provide participants with an overview on the benefits and advantages of adopting DNSSEC and how to activate it for both Authoritative DNS servers and DNS resolvers.
Around 156,000 children will benefit from this second contribution of dates from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to WFP in Nicaragua in the past three years.
In 2013, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia made its first contribution of 136 metric tons of dates worth US6,000.
They also help reduce anemia because they are high in iron, thiamin and riboflavin.
Rich in sugars and carbohydrates, dates help improve mental alertness, concentration and strength after physical activity.
# # # WFP is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience.
Each year, WFP assists some 80 million people in around 75 countries.
For more information, please contact: Sabrina Quezada Ardila, WFP/Nicaragua.