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The Cameroonian Pan. African Cultural Center organises a competition whereby people can apply with texts written in a Cameroonian language. This initiative is meant to promote Cameroonian languages. The first winners will be announced on the website in December 2010. [editors ilissAfrica]
Le RECOFEM est un projet d’appui à l’ensemble des organisations féminines du Mali ainsi qu’au Ministère de la Promotion de la Femme pour améliorer et développer leurs compétences techniques et humaines. L’objectif principal du projet est de professionnaliser l’expression des ONGs faîtières féminines en vue de favoriser une interface effective et efficace avec le Gouvernement, et améliorer la capacité du Ministère de la Promotion de la Femme, de l’Enfant et de la famille pour jouer son rôle d’assurer de meilleures conditions de vie aux femmes et l’équité genre. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site]
This is a program to support women from West Africa in terms of their computer literacy, their knowledge of information and communication technologies especially concerning the internet. The women who take part in the workshops work for or lead different organisations and ideally will built up a homepage on their own for their organisations. You can find these homepages, information about the participants and about the workshops on this site (see also the links in small white letters at the bottom of the page). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The purpose of the Regional Environmental Education Programme is to enable environmental education practitioners in the SADC region to strengthen environmental education processes for equitable and sustainable environmental management choices. This will be achieved through enhanced and strengthened environmental education policy, networking, resource materials and training capacity.
ESD (Education for Sustainable Development) Reports are available for download. ... [according to site editor's information]
Directories of institutions and persons working in the field of African studies. Furthermore, a guide to cheaper or free access to journals for African institutions. "The Africa Desk is built around a series of five directories, designed to map the work and interests of people and places which form the Africanist community in the UK, including the many African scholars who maintain research links with UK departments or collaborate with UK academics. In addition to a new directory of African scholars maintaining links with the UK, it hosts the latest editions of the ASAUK Directory of Africanists in Britain, and the SCOLMA Directory of libraries and special collections on Africa. Two further directories cover Africanist journals in the UK, and specialist centres of Africanist research and postgraduate study." [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
Homepage of the Center for African Studies at Ankara University, Turkey. The institute has a scholarship programme for African scholars. Furthermore, you can have a look at the center's books via the online catalogue of the university library. [editors ilissAfrica]