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Private homepage of a former Peace Corps Volunteer who lived in Benin for two years. There is an article about this site in Afrik.com. Some people from Benin are also praise the site. The orthography does apparently not correspond to the standard orthography used in Benin, but it is understandable. There are a lot of audio records of single vocabulary, sentences and dialogues, you can also find some grammar. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Le Conseil d'Administration de l'association Courants de Femmes est composé de Alexia Pretari (présidente), Lucile Rivéra (vice-présidente), Aline Peyregne (trésorière), Nacim Benabdelmoumene (secrétaire général et webmaster de l'association), Nicolas Spie, Claire Naiditch, Sophie Ozil, Salimata Diop, Julien Vedani, Mathilde Lebrand, Clara Delavallade, Blandine Ledoux, et Thomas Bossuroy. Courants de Femmes compte, à ce jour, une cinquantaine de membres et plus de 100 associations africaines partenaires. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site]
Homepage about the French photographer and postcard publisher Edmond Fortier (1862-1928) who settled in Dakar as from 1900 and who then probably was one of the most famous and of the first photographers in former French West Africa (AOF territory). The site shows many of his pictures from different francophone West African countries shortly after 1900.
Also look for the book: David, Philippe, 1987: Inventaire général des cartes postales Fortier. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of an organisation that provides travelling / mobile cinema shows for villages in Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin and Niger. Especially interesting links: CNA (history of the organisation etc.), Nouvelles (Newsletter about projects and sites), Studio Numérique ambulant (pictures of people from a photograpical project in Bamako, Mali), Photos (Photographs of the public during the movie screenings). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This site presents instruments from different museums, including 4 African museums (Benin, Burkina Faso, Madagascar and Mali). This includes detailed descriptions of the instruments. [editors ilissAfrica]