Site about African languages and their development, especially in the field of ICT / Computer technologies. There is information / links to fonts for different languages, some basic documents on language policy in Africa, links for machine translators and much more links concerning the topic. [editors ilissAfrica]
PAMLO, the Pan-African Mentoring and Learning Organization, is a nonprofit organization that specializes in advising educational institutions and communities on how to improve academic performance, how to access educational materials, how to motivate learners and teachers, how to encourage entrepreneurship among school-leavers and graduates, and on how to build local and global partnerships. For the moment, PAMLO's main working fields are Kenya and South Africa.
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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]
Programm of the Académie des Sciences in Paris to improve the health situation of women and through women in developping countries, especially through education and educational advising. You will find many full text documents, the focus countries are Senegal and Burkina Faso. [editors ilissAfrica]
The organisation promotes the access to new communication and information technologies in Burkina Faso (especially in the field of education). You will find information about current and completed projects, background infos about the role played by IT for development in Africa, the status that IT have in Africa currently, summaries of discussions about the topic or a bibliography about IT in Africa. ... [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]