"Founded in 2000, Humanitas Afrika is an African-Czech initiative based in Prague, the Czech Republic. It is purely a non- governmental organisation with no political or religious underpinnings. Indeed it remains the only pan-African organisation in the Czech Republic that is dedicated primarily to matters of Africa including the Diaspora." It runs projects as well in the Czech Republic with African migrants and to inform the public about African matters, as well as development projects in Africa. [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
Information about a project that builds libraries for children - especially for disadvanteged ones. The project began opening libraries in Zambia and plans to move on to other African countries. [editors ilissAfrica]
ICVolunteers is an international non-profit organization specialized in the field of communications, in particular languages, conference support and cybervolunteerism.
We work with volunteers to implement social and educational programs in order to help populations and local communities to develop.
Through volunteer effort, we cooperate with organizations in the humanitarian, social, environmental and medical fields to implement projects and conferences at local, national and international levels. ... [according to site editor's information]
Pamoja Tujenge is a non-profit organization with charitable status in Canada, whose goal is to help rebuild rural African communities through programs that will promote health, education and sustainable agricultural practices. Its approach is to respond to locally identified needs and aspirations respecting local culture, knowledge and know-how. Pamoja Tujenge assists the citizens of Katanga province, DRC, to rebuild their communities after years of political upheaval and economic instability [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
The Peace Corps entered Cameroon in 1962 with 20 Volunteers who came as math/science teachers. Peace Corps Cameroon’s program grew and diversified to include inland fisheries, credit union/cooperatives education, English teaching, community forestry, health, and community development.eace Corps Cameroon’s Community health project focuses on health promotion, education, and prevention, which empowers individuals to take responsibility for their own health. ... [according to site editor's information]
INEP is a public research institution in Guinea-Bissau, founded in 1984. Its website offers you a lot of resources: digitised historical photographs, the fulltext of two scientific journals (starting from 1985/86), several fulltexts of theses, CVs of researchers, information about partners and projects. "Studies and research mainly focus on social sciences, economy, anthropology, modern history, environmental studies and applied technologies. The research programmes are clearly related to developmental issues. INEP has the mission to preserve and to produce knowledge about Guinea-Bissau." [editors ilissAfrica] ... [according to site editor’s information]
Homepage of the fourth conference of the Women in Africa & the African Diaspora (WAAD). You will find some basic information about the conference and its topics. Unfortunately, otherwise the site is rather empty. The links to former conferences are outdated. Please see for http://africanwomenstudies.org/conference.html instead.