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Blog of the researcher Tierno Bah about past and present issues of Guinea, as well as some other African states. Bah also writes an amount of other interesting blogs, especially about West Africa (Mande, Fulani, Fuuta, ....) and about computer science in Africa (list of blogs: see table of contents).You will also find some fulltexts and e-books (e.g. in Ajami-Fulfulde includind Latin transcription). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Magazine about "female issues". Sometimes, articles are taken from other journals (for example from Malian daily "Les Echos"). Sometimes articles are also written by scientists (for example from Institut des Sciences Humaines, Bamako) [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of the organisation. Unfortunately, many links lead to empty pages. You will find some information on statistics, achievements and news about society in Zambia.
and news [editors ilissAfrica]
Make Every Woman Count (MEWC) is a young African women-led organisation that promotes and advocates for the empowerment and rights of African women and girls. MEWC provide timely and accurate information, resources and tools to support and strengthen the work of African women’s rights advocates, African women's grassroots, organisations and activists. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Africa Portal is an extensive online knowledge resource for policy-related issues on Africa. It is run by institutions in Uganda, South Africa and Canada. You will find a whole lot of fulltexts (analyses, reports, news, ...), an expert directory, information on conferences and other events and much more. [editors ilissAfrica]
leboncoin is a Mauritian newspage, reporting on important developments e.g. in the fields of politics, economy, health and sports [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica].
"The Monitorization of Conflicts in Africa site is a database that uses (...) wiki technology to promote a collaborative-minded compilation and diffusion of specialized information concerning the occurrence, impacts and aftermath of regional violent military and civil conflicts in Africa." You can browse through posts, countries, organisations and persons. The posts and persons browsing additionally offers you a brwosing for topic of interests.
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The Institute for Security Studies with its head office in Pretoria, South Africa, and offices in Kenya, Ethiopia and Senegal offers a huge range of resources concerning security topics in Africa (e.g. more than 200 e-books since 1996, studies, audio material, journals, news, ....). All of this is available online for free. [editors ilissAfrica]