Website of the Malawi Library and Information Consortium, with information library situation, literature search, infrastructures in ICTs / Internet, Access to databases as well as some fulltexts of papers held at conferences. You also have access to the site "MAREN : Malawi Research and Education Network". [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of the Nigerian University Libraries Consortium. This consortium mainly deals with question of access to online content (like e-journals, e-books, databases etc). Among others, you will find presentations held at a workshop on Open Access in Africa. [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of the South African Librariy and Information Consortium. This consortium mainly deals with question of access to online content (like e-journals, e-books, databases etc). Furthermore, you will find a newsletter. [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of the Zimbabwean University Libraries Consortium. This consortium deals with question of cooperation between Zimbabwean libraries, inter library loan or access to online content (like e-journals, e-books, databases etc). You will find information on the activities of the consortium on this site. [editors ilissAfrica]
"The Development Policy Review Network is a network of development experts and policymakers in the Netherlands and Belgium who aim to reduce the gap between science, policy, development practice and the corporate sector." DPRN offers a whole range of online fulltext publications as well as two databases with access to fulltexts (see table of contents)....
Project that records and preserves oral literature all over the world. Under "Collections" you will find articles, videos and audios for the respective projects / languages. There is not yet material for each project documented on the map. Under "Research & Outreach" you will find a database of endangered languages worldwide as well as existing resources for these languages. The database is based on three important sources: UNESCO ‘Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger’ Online, 2010; Ethnologue Online, 2010; Professor William Sutherland’s Red List. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This site makes public government data accessible to the people of Kenya. High quality national census data, government expenditure, parliamentary proceedings and public service locations are just a taste of what's to come. There's something for everyone: maps to start exploring, interactive charts and tables for a deeper understanding, and raw data for technical users to build their own apps and analyses. Our information is a national asset, and it's time it was shared: this data is key to improving transparency; unlocking social and economic value; and building Government 2.0 in Kenya. The goal of opendata.go.ke is to make core government development, demographic, statistical and expenditure data available in a useful digital format for researchers, policymakers, ICT developers and the general public. ... [according to site editor's information]
The African Development Bank Group (AfDB), in partnership with Knoema, has launched an Open Data for Africa platform aimed at significantly increasing access to quality data necessary for managing and monitoring development results in African countries, including the MDGs. The platform will also serve as a knowledge center for collecting, accessing, and sharing data and data-driven content. Users can visualize socioeconomic indicators over a period of time, utilize presentation-ready graphics or create their own, perform comprehensive analysis at country and regional levels, blog, and share their views and work with others, thereby creating an informed community of users. ... [according to site editor's information]