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Organisation for the promotion of computer technology in Africa through the creation of local homepages for African cities which describe local life and help localising IT in Africa. Projects carried out until now are homepages about cities in the following countries: see table of contents. Other ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.piva.fr
Special site of the Washington Post with occasional articles about everyday life in African countries. Includes a picture gallery for each article (left menu bar, at the top). [editors ilissAfrica]
www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/inatl/longterm/africanlives/
Interdisciplinary and international research group working on law, local institutions and urban identities since 1945 in African cities. The research group was financed from 2006 till 2009. You will find many fulltext documents from workshops, also inclduing some powerpoint presentations. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.gdri-africancities.org
In 2010 many African countries celebrate their 50 years of independance. On this occasion, the French-German TV-station Arte offers reports from / about 12 francophone African countries. Every month, a different country will be presented: one day long, you will accompany well-known personnalities of a ... [editors ilissAfrica]
afrique.arte.tv
Website of the exhibition of the German Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum in Cologne on urbanity in Africa (2010 / 2011) showcasing five African cities - Cairo (Egypt), Lagos (Nigeria), Nairobi (Kenya), Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of of the Congo) and Johannesburg (South Africa). You will find information on ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.afropolis.net
Project by two Kenyans who want to show Kenya (esp. Nairobi) through photographs from a Kenyan perspective and not from a tourist perspective. The project is meant to be extended to other African countries later on. Every Kenyan can register to upload their pictures. For the time being (12/10), most of ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.africaknows.com
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