Selected Internet Resources on Africa in general

Africa by Eldis, Institute for Development Studies
Links to resources on the region, sorted by country. Eldis is an Internet gateway, produced by the British Library for Development Studies, funded by Danida.

Africa Fund
Founded in 1966 by the American Committee on Africa, the Africa Fund works for a positive U.S. policy towards Africa and supports human rights, democracy and development.

African Governments on the WWW
By Gunnar Anzinger

Africa Homepage
General presentation of Africa and sections for soccer, news, music, education, chatrooms and newsgroups

Africa (AdmiNet)
Links to other resources by country. By AdmiNet

African Diaspora
The main purpose of the UBP is to have a complete and comprehensive listing of African diaspora related Web pages at a central site

African political resources
Listings of political sites sorted by country, with links to parties, organisations, governments, media.

African Philosopy Resources
Comprehensive page focusing on Africa, philosophy done in Africa, and philosophy that is part of the traditional conversation among African philosophers.

Africa Policy Information Centre
The primary objective of the Africa Policy Information Center (APIC) is to widen the policy debate in
the United States around African issues and the U.S. role in Africa, by providing accessible
policy-relevant information and analysis usable by a wide range of groups and individuals.

African Population Database Documentation
Comprehensive database of administrative units with associated population figures for Africa.

Africaserver (Netherlands)
Dutch gateway to Africa. Resources sorted by subjects and country.

Africa South of the Sahara
Links to resources on the region, sorted by country and subjects. Prepared by Karen Fung for the Electronic Technology Group, African Studies Association, USA. At Stanford University.

African Studies WWW
Links to resources on Africa, sorted by country and subjects. By the African Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania, Prof. Sandra T. Barnes.

African Studies Internet Resources
Links to resources on Africa, sorted by country and region. Research-oriented. At Columbia University.

Afrique Francophone
Links to Internet resources on Africa, not limited to French sites. Lehman College, CUNY.

African Internet Connectivity
Development of internet connectivity, directory of internet development organisations.

An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet
Alphabetical index on Africa. By Peter Limb, Reid Library
University of Western Australia.

City.Net Africa
Links to other resources by country.

Center for African Studies
Mostly information from the Center, but also links to other Internet resources by subject. At the University of Illinois.

Elections and parliaments around the world
Election facts by Wilfred Derksen.

Focus International - Africaland
Links to resources on Africa, sorted by country and subjects. By Focus International.

Guide to travel in Africa by bicycle
Comprehensive how-to book for bicycle touring in Africa or any place else.

H-Africa Internet Page
Web page for the discussion list H-Africa, dealing with the culture and history of the continent of Africa.

International Directory of African Studies Scholars
Records of individuals involved in any aspect of African studies.

Listing of World Wide Web sites covering a wide range of South African and African issues including politics, business, arts, travel, education, computers and the Internet.
Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture
Resource guide to the institution's African- American collections.

Lycos City Guide
Travel and tourist info by country.

Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)
Publications and information from the Institute. NAI encourages and conducts scientific research and studies on Africa in the Nordic countries and promotes cooperation between African and Nordic researchers.

Organisation of African Unity

Orientation - Africa
Previously called RUBANI. Web directory on Africa. From Black Box' Orientation series, covering the key emerging markets of Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America & The Caribbean,

OneWorld Online
OneWorld Online is a partnership: over 250 organisations working for human rights and sustainable development, working to broadcast an alternative world agenda, an agenda for a fairer world. The NCA is a partner.

"Connecting the people who are changing the world". Global network working for positive social change in the areas of peace, social and economic justice, human rights and the struggle against racism.

Prema's AfricaWeb
Collection of links to all things African. Black consciousness oriented.

Searchable database of African and African-American WWW resources

TransAfrica Forum
African-American foreign policy institution, was founded in 1981 to provide a forum for the collection, analysis and dissemination of information about Africa and the Caribbean and about the United States' policies affecting these regions.

United States Department of State - Bureau of African Affairs
Issues in the News, regional topics, country Information, press statements, remarks, testimony, and briefings.

US Department of the Army / Library of Congress: African Country Studies [Area Handbooks]
A continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. This online series presently contains studies of 85 countries. Among the African studies:
Algeria, Angola, Chad, Comoros , Côte d'Ivoire , Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire) , Egypt, Ethiopia , Ghana , Libya , Madagascar , Mauritania , Mauritius , Nigeria , Seychelles , Somalia, Sudan, Uganda

World Factbook- Central Intelligence Agency, USA
Basic facts on all countries, maps and flags. Prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency for the use of US Government officials

World Bank: Countries and Regions: Africa
Studies and findings from the World Bank group on Africa.

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