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]
Offical site of two Ministries in charge of education in Mali. The site is relatively new and not all the links are already working. You will find news, official documents for download (among others a study about the "Le système éducatif malien", 2010, and the "Annuaire National Des Statistiques Scolaires De L’enseignement Fondamental" 2002 - 2009), and other information concerning the educational system, like for example the question of national languages. You will also find the text of the National Anthem in several malian languages. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The Centre has its research focus on African languages and development and has published numerous books about this topic. You can also read some full text documents written by the director of the Centre concerning this topic. Under the CASAS/IDRC Acacia Project you can find information sheets about Aids, Maize, Improving Soil Fertility, The Neem Tree in three Ugandan languages: Ganda (Luganda), Teso/Karamojong und Nyoro/Tooro/Nyankore/Chiga (Kiga) (the languages are not specified / distiguished). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Global Literacy Project, Inc. (GLP), is a nonprofit and tax-exempt organisation that runs projects against illiteracy in Africa, South Asia and the Caribbean. You will find information about their projects, about illiteracy statistics and other links. African countries that benefitted from the program up till now: Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Swaziland. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"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]
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]
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)....