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Based in Gambia, CIAM is a non-profit organisation placed at the interface between academia, public health decision makers, and providers of disease control interventions. It focuses on public health concerns - malaria and HIV/AIDS and their associated diseases and health problems - that have major effects on the mortality and morbidity (and subsequent loss of economic and social capacity) of the people of West Africa.
Working in close partnership with local, national and international organisations, CIAM undertakes practical on-the-ground research into problem areas affecting the provision of services and health promotion.
(CIAM stands for Centre for Innovation Agaist Malaria.) ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
Webseite einer südafrikanische Menschenrechtsorganisation mit Infos zu ihren Aktionen, Projekten, und vielen Publikationen als Volltextdokumente (frei zugänglich). [Redaktion ilissAfrica]
The Zimciv database and site is produced and maintained by TARSC (Training and Research Support Centre) to strengthen the dissemination, research, analysis of and debate on civil society in Zimbabwe and on issues and positions taken up by civil society. It is a database of information produced by and about civil society in Zimbabwe. It also includes related information by and about civil society in east and southern Africa. ... [according to site editor's information]
SAA's mission is to promote policies and research to support individual government's national response to the epidsemic in the continent. The goal of is to decrease the spread and mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS and other STIs in the African continent, through various activities. [according to site editor's information]
Funded by a variety of overseas sponsors the Health Systems Trust (HST) tries to contribute to the development of a comprehensive, equitable and effective national health system in South Africa. More recently HST has begun to work more widely within the SADC region. Projects and programmes are geared to support and monitor transformation towards a more equitable provision of health services, especially to meet the needs of the most disadvantaged. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]