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IERPE is a not-for-profit educational institution conducting empirical research, providing policy recommendations and training the next generation of scholars. Its ultimate goal is to foster sustainable development in Africa through improved provision of public services. [according to site editor's information]
Extensive information about new information and communication technologies in Africa, especially in francophone West Africa and there in Benin. You will find several theses as full text documents, a bibliography and much more. [editors ilissAfrica]
The dissertation challenges the common belief that Orality is obsolete and, as such, a sigh of "underdevelopment"; that Orality is anti-modernization and thus damned [sic] to disappear. Against this belief [it] will be shown here that Orality does not in any case disappear without leaving traces; that it is rather subject to transformation and is vibrant and prone to modernization (authors analysed: Amadou Kourouma, Birago Diop, Felix Couchoro)
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CIPCRE is a Christian NGO bound by Cameroonian law, with the task of helping populations, men and women, to take their own development in their hands, integrating in it the ecological issues in its broadest sense. The will is to contribute through two national offices in Benin and Cameroon, in the construction of an African society based on evangelical values; that is just, equal, human, healthy and green democratic society.
By investing in divers fields such as sustainable development, environmental education, justice and peace, gender and development, as well as communication and lobbying, CIPCRE reveals itself, at the same time, as a support organization for local development initiatives and a tool for Christian testimony, showing that the construction of a hopeful Africa is strongly rooted in a global evangelical vision. ... [according to site editor's information]
Homepage about the French photographer and postcard publisher Edmond Fortier (1862-1928) who settled in Dakar as from 1900 and who then probably was one of the most famous and of the first photographers in former French West Africa (AOF territory). The site shows many of his pictures from different francophone West African countries shortly after 1900.
Also look for the book: David, Philippe, 1987: Inventaire général des cartes postales Fortier. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) has been working in Benin for over 30 years, supporting sustainable development in the social, economic and political spheres. We mainly operate on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). German development cooperation with Benin focuses on three priority areas:
*Support for decentralisation and municipal development (good governance)
*Rural/urban water supply and sanitation, and integrated management of water resources ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
Le site web du Ministère de la Santé béninois informe sur son fonctionnement et la politique sanitaire. [rédaction ilissAfrica]