Biblionef organises book donations for schools and the like. The focus is on South African language books. Biblionef also commissions publishers to publish books, mainly translations from already existing English or Afrikaans books. The website offers publication lists of these books as well as a newsletter (somewhat hidden under "Books" and then the link "Book Shelf" on the very right hand side of the site)....
"The primary focus of CAE has been on adult basic education, community education and development, and continuing education, including non-formal and formal courses, research, policy development, and the development of materials to support adult learning." The website offers several fulltext documents, including primary literature (with a focus on South African languages) and secondary literature. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of a Ugandan network on multilingual education. You will find posts about topics like multilingual and African language / mothertongue education, literacy, reading culture and much more. You will also find annoucements of conferences. [editors ilissAfrica]
PRAESA's focus is basically on education and literacy in African languages. The site offers a lot of information on projects or other organisations involved in such matters, as well as full text documents (reports, occasional papers, newsletter). [editors ilissAfrica]
This website documents the efforst of Mozambique to introduce local languages into its school system. The website offers information on curricula, on languages used, on schools that introduced the new system etc.
Site about the language of the Nyakyusa / Ngonde in Tanzania / Malawi. You will find many traditional short stories in Nyakyusa, information about the language, information about scholars / research done about Nyakyusa, a short excerpt from the probably first book that appeared in Nyakyusa some time between 1894 and 1914 ("Teti Teti"), an audio sample, a bibliography. An online dictionary for Nyakyusa was in the making. But as the site was last updated in 2007, it seems that the project was cancelled. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The research network offers a lot of information on literacy, applied linguistics, reading culture, writing culture, African languages and much more. You will also find conference announcements or announcements of book publications. [editors ilissAfrica]
Site of the Christian NGO Centre de Traduction et d'Alphabétisation en langue Bakwé. It works among the Bakwé, a society that comes from the South West of the Ivory Coast, to first and foremost do linguistic research and write down Bakwé language in order to translate the bible in that language. The site provides a dictionary in Bakwé-French-English, sayings in Bakwé, full texts of short stories and fables and the bible in Bakwé and some more information. ... [editors ilissAfrica]