This e-book considers the effects of South Africa’s hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Furthermore, you will find four audio files for free download, in which authors of the book provide further analyses of the book's topic. [editors ilissAfrica]
Statistical data about the Seychelles from1997, published by the Management & Information Systems Division of the Seychelles: general data, GDP, retail, trade, transport, health, education, utility, etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
"The World Report series is a biennial report series that reports on the state of the world in terms of freedom of access to information, freedom of expression and related issues." You will find a country-oriented map interface and a question-oriented interface. The report will give you information on the amount of libraries in a specific country, on internet users and other things.
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linux4Afrika is a German project which aims at collecting old but still functioning computers, remodel them and integrate them into a terminal server to be used in schools in Africa. During the first years, computers were sent mainly to Tanzania and Mozambique. The Software used on the computers is ebuntu, a Linux distribution which was composed especially for the use in schools. You will find manyfold information on the project's activities since 2006. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The AfricaConnect project aims to establish a high-capacity Internet network for research and education in Southern and Eastern Africa to provide the region with a gateway to global research collaboration. AfricaConnect seeks to address the findings of the FEAST Study and the objectives and priorities of the ACP Connect Programme, to contribute to the modernisation and development of education and research in Sub-Saharan countries. The AfricaConnect project is coordinated by DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe) and partnered by the UbuntuNet Alliance, representing the NRENs of East and Southern Africa. [according to site editor's information]....
"The World Bank eLibrary is the World Bank's partly free partly subscription-based collection of nearly 6,000 books, reports, journals, and working papers. Among the many differences between accessing World Bank publications in eLibrary vs. the Bank's main web site is that eLibrary contains only the final, peer-reviewed versions of the Bank's formal publications." [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
This website presents a project (2009-2010) that aims at analysing the university situation in Africa compared to Europe. Questionnaires, analyses and workshops shall help to get an insight into the challenges of African universities and help them improving access to education and retention of their students. The website offers reports, analyses, statistics and more. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The Project Murima, run by the NGO Eolis, deals with education, environment and culture in Gabon. The site presents two comic strips (with example pictures) and a video of about 13 minutes with interviews with pupils, students and professors about the educational crisis in Gabon and especially about the reasons for the failure of more than 90% of Gabonese pupils in the first round of the 2010 final secondary school examinations. The different contents are only available through navigation via very small orange colour side numbers at the bottom of the website. ... [editors ilissAfrica]