DW is the oldest NGO in Angola. It is engaged as a critical partner in the Government’s decentralisation programme in the areas of municipal participatory planning and land tenure reform. Our current program in post-war Angola has parallel focuses; on peri-urban communities where the provision of infrastructure, basic services and community economic development remains a serious challenge, and on supporting the rehabilitation of social infrastructure and supporting the processes of return and settlement of war-affected communities in the central highlands and the northern provinces of Cabinda and Lunda.
Development Workshop Angola is a national partner of a wider international DW network. DW’s work is funded on a project basis by grants from NGOs, national and international development agencies and private foundations. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Hub’s goal is to assist West and Central African stakeholders (States, Inter-governmental Organisations, Civil Society Organisations and Development Partners) to promote coherence in rural development programmes worldwide. [according to site editor's information]
IFADAfrica (an International Fund for Agricultural Development programme - Western and Central Africa Division, IFAD WCA) is a network devoted to the rural development and the fight against poverty. It has been assigned as an objective the facilitation of information processing, exchange and dissemination among the projects community and their partners as well. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The EurAC network brings together 46 organisations active in Central Africa working for development or to provide humanitarian assistance. These organisations come from 12 different European countries. The network has three main tasks:
* Coordination and networking between members ... [according to site editor's information]
The HBF is close to the german political party Bündnis 90/Die Grünen. The website of the East and Horn of Africa office informs on the work of the foundation in the area and three programmes: gender equity, ecology and sustainable development, and the promotion of peace and dialogue.
Some publications are downloadable. [editors ilissAfrica]
Le SAILD est une ONG internationale qui travaille surtout en Afrique Centrale. Il comprend comprend 3 branches d’activités à savoir: saild appui, saild communication et saild entreprise. Ses outils sont La Voix Du Paysan et le Centre de Documentation pour le Développement Rural (CDDR).
La Voix Du Paysan est un mensuel d’information, de formation, de débat et d’échange sur le monde rural. La vocation du CDDR est de vulgariser, voire démocratiser l’information, surtout celle qui accompagne les couches de base dans leur épanouissement socioculturel et économique. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site ; rédaction ilissAfrica]
The KAS is a political foundation close to the german political party CDU. It maintains numerous foreign offices, also in Africa. The foundation promotes peace, liberty and justice via political education and development projects. [editors ilissAfrica]
The FNF is a political foundation close to the german political party FDP. The focus of the work lies on promoting human rights, the rule of law, the tenets of a market economy and liberal democracy. The FNF does this by providing political and policy advice, facilitating international political dialogue and offering political education.
A link leads to the websites of the five country offices in sub-Saharan Africa. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The FES is as a political foundation close to the german party SPD. The website informs on the ten focal points of its work in sub-Saharan Africa. A link leads to a survey that presents the homepages of the country offices. [editors ilissAfrica]
The United Evangelical Mission is an international communion of 34 churches in Africa, Asia and Germany, and the v Bodelschwingh Institutions Bethel. The UEM has regional offices in Africa (Dar-es-Salaam), Asia (Medan) and Germany (Wuppertal). The aim of the member churches of the UEM is to work together as equal partners between North-South and South-South. Priorities include diaconal work, combating HIV/Aids, working for the rights of women and children, scholarships, development co-operation, intercultural encounter and project promotion. Peace and human rights work is a specific programme priority. ... [according to site editor's information]