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The following is a selection of links that appeared on the AFRIK-IT mailing list over an extended period some years ago. AFRIK_IT is a mailing list oncerned with Africa and Information Technology
Apologies for any broken or irrelevant links below (I haven't accessed all of them but they have been slightly filtered and some have been updated). See also the disclaimer at the bottom.
http://www.untpdc.org/untpdc/incubator/africa/biblio.html New information and Communication Technology in Africa: A Bibliography of On-line References by the United Nations Trade Point Development Center
M-Web South African Site (used to be called Worldnet Africa) backed(?)
One World by BBC
Connectivity Data for Africa's Information Infrastructure
H-Net (Humanities and Social Sciences On-line) discussion list dealing with the culture and
history of the continent of Africa.
Zimbabwe's pioneering Internet Service provider,
providing country wide services since 1994.
Ottawa Packet Radio Club
Infomail Uganda Limited
Devel-L Development listserv discussion list
Survey of International Internet Connectivity
NSN Network Services Satellite Internet Service Provider
Medical Informatics in Developing Countries - Homepage
"The Home Page of the Republic of Cameroon"
Graduate School of International Relations - University of Kent
The ISWorld Net Faculty Directory - the directory of Information
Systems Faculty and Researchers from around the globe.
Inter Press Service. Alternative news agency with a presence in Africa, Asia,
Latin America, North America and Europe -- with material published in 18 languages.
Today's News can be found here.
This site may also be useful.
As might this.
SAPA Web South African Public Administration
Human Rights in Kenya Part of a larger
Human Rights Site
ICT Information and Communication Technologies for Sustainable Development
Some Frequently Asked Questions About the CGIAR's Integrated Voice and Data Network
Ethiopian Internet White Pages
The Ken Saro Wiwa Campaign
Net Schools NGO working towards access to the internet for children
around the world and using it to break down cultural barriers.
SatelLife SatelLife is an international not-for-profit
organization employing satellite, telephone and radio networking technology to serve
the health communication and information needs of countries in the developing world.
Starsoul's Home Page Not my type of site. Nontheless anyone who links to
Zimbabwean Stone Sculptures deserves notice. (Also Africa-American Links,
Cameroon Links, and some odd words about light, peace and such stuff.)
IDRC Books "A leading publisher of international development literature since 1971"
Information & Communication Technology in Africa
USAID's Africa Link
South African Electronic Mail and Guardian
Review. The Rhodes University Journalism Review, South Africa
A south African Web Server. Lists Clients.
Matrix Information and Directory Services, Inc. (MIDS)
- examines the composition, content, and users of the
Internet and other networks in the Matrix of all computers worldwide that
exchange electronic mail. They present that information textually, graphically, and in
Africa "Regional Reports and Other Interesting Information" provided by
the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC):
"a non-profit, pro bono effort, has been
involved for several years with the deployment and integration of appropriate networking technology
in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Oceania."
"Panix, the oldest Public Access Internet system in New York City, is dedicated to providing stable
and reliable Internet, mail, netnews..."
UUNET Internet Africa in Swaziland
Information on Southern African Networking - 1994/02/11
Africa Web Links: an Annotated Resource List
(A supplement to the UPenn Site)
Virtual Library on International Development
http://www.telkom.co.za/ Telkom SA Ltd
South African telecommunications company
Networks and CD-ROMs Aid Research, Development and Education in Zimbabwe
Jason M. Githeko
is doing his
on "Implementing a technological innovation: An electronic bulleting board
system for Small Business Centers in Kenya." He co-wrote this:
The Process of Implementing Technological Innovations in a
Africa Internet Forum (AIF) Policy Working Group
The University of Zambia
VITA (Volunteers in Technical Assistance)
Formavision "(for the) 21st century manager, trainer, educator,
teacher or student..."
(CGIAR) Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research
Zambian National WWW Server Links to
Zambian Newspapers: The Post in Zambia, the Weekly Mail.