The institute has a focus on Indonesia and Southeast Asia, but you will also find some research on African countries (e.g. Cape Verde, Sao Tome or Cameroon). The site offers broad information on teaching and research at the institute, as well as on publications, some fulltexts and more. [editors ilissAfrica]
"The Centre for Advanced Training in Rural Development (SLE) is an organisational unit of the Agricultural-Horticultural Faculty at the Humboldt University of Berlin (...). Its main task is to implement a one-year supplementary training programme. Other areas of work include consultancy and research as well as seminars and workshops on special topics of international cooperation." The Centre cooperates with the University Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo, Mozambique. The website offers information on the training programme as well as many fulltexts. [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
The Agence Française de Développement (AFD) aims at supporting developping countries financially. On their site, you will find a lot of information concerning their projects and many free full text documents (reports, studies, ...). [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of the African Studies at the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. You will find information on the studies, research projects etc. Under "publications", you can find many fulltext documents (mostly English) mainly mastertheses since 2005 (country focus: East Africa - Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Kenya, ..), but also working papers and publications in their own series "Perspectives on Development Cooperation in Africa". ... [editors ilissAfrica]
NURRU, a registered NGO, brings together researchers and research users to tackle some of Uganda's daunting socio-economic problems, through research and research output utilization. NURRU conducts research for socio-economic development aimed at poverty eradication in the country. [according to site editor's information]
CEsA is specifically oriented towards the study of economic and social development in the so-called "developing countries" of Africa (particularly Sub-Saharan Africa and, there, the Portuguese speaking countries), Asia (namely Asia-Pacific and South Asia) and Latin America. You will find many online full text documents. [editors ilissAfrica]
APAD is a network promoting dialogue between African and European researchers in the social sciences as well as with developments agents.Initially devoted to the empirical studies of interactions brought about by development, APAD's approach has evolved towards research regarding social change on the African continent in its broadest sense. The APAD Bulletin (Engl / French) is accessible online free of charge (it contains scientific articles).
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