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The repository of the (Dutch-speaking) Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, records scientific outpout written by researchers of the University (workong papers, essays, theses, ....). For many documents, you have a free access to the fulltext. Among others, you will also find the papers uploaded by the Institute for Anthropological Research on Africa (IARA) (more than 600). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The website offers many articles about many different topics. The articles are written by registered contributors. Unfortunately, there is not much information about the authors of the different articles. Furthermore, you will find a picture gallery, music videos and more from the field of arts. [editors ilissAfrica]
Virtual Library of the Conseil Africain et Malgache pour l'Enseignement Supérieur (CAMES). You will find an broad collection of fulltext documents by African researchers. The library contains three databases: One on dispensatories and traditional medicine, one on theses and dissertations of the researchers belonging to member institutions of CAMES (francophone African countries) and one on the "Revue CAMES" (on different subjects). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
A list of key resources in the African Studies, including databases, catalogues, tutorials. For members of Frankfurt University, all the resources listed are accessible for free. For other users: Please ask your librarians in your local library about your conditions of access. [editors ilissAfrica]
"The Development Policy Review Network is a network of development experts and policymakers in the Netherlands and Belgium who aim to reduce the gap between science, policy, development practice and the corporate sector." DPRN offers a whole range of online fulltext publications as well as two databases with access to fulltexts (see table of contents)....
The Access to Scientific and Socio-economic Information in Africa (ASKIA) Initiative is under the Public Information & Knowledge Managment Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. It defines a framework for bringing together scientific and socio-economic information for the African community, including scientists, researchers, academics, students, economists and, policy-makers, over an interactive online portal acting as a one-stop shop to such knowledge and associated information from/on Africa. The overall goal of the initiative is to strengthen knowledge discovery and access by tapping into global scientific and socio-economic knowledge on and from Africa. [according to site editor's information] ASKIA offers a federated search portal mainly for academic and socio-economic information on Africa from e.g. institutional repositories, Open Access databases. ... [editors ilissAfrica]