• Balancing Act
    Facilitates development of content--particularly cultural content--for the Internet and other new media technologies in Africa.
  • East African Media Women Association
    Assists women's media associations from Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles, Somalia, Kenya, Comoros, Eritrea, Rwanda, Burundi, and Malawi to network and explore the potential of new information and communication technologies, particularly the Internet.
  • The Hornet
    Free computer networking service established that promotes the exchange of information with and about the Horn of Africa using electronic communications. Based at the Pan African Development Information System of the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa.
  • Kabissa
    Supports the African nonprofit sector to utilize information and communications technologies, including the Internet.
  • LearnLink
    Funded by USAID and managed by Academy for Educational Devlopment. Uses information, education, and communication technologies to strengthen learning systems essential for sustainable development. Includes activities in Benin, Ghana, and Uganda.
  • African Telecosm
    Subscription-based site that collects and publishes information on and analysis of the African telecommunications sector, especially pertaining to the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
  • Afriline
    Organized by the NGO Working Group of the World Bank's Africa Region.Seeks to improve and diversify Internet content vis-à-vis African languages.
  • Links in Somali, Swahili, French, and Portuguese.
  • Women Connect! Project of the Pacific Institute for Women's Health.Seeks greater empowerment of women through the effective use of communication strategies in media and technology to improve their health and well-being. Includes activities in Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
  • Pan African Development Information System (PADIS)
    Under the aegis of the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa, promotes the improvement of information infrastructure.
  • State of the Internet 2000 United States Internet Council and International Technology & Trade Associates, Inc. Includes analysis of connectivity and access in Africa.
  • africa.com
    Extensive media links.
  • African Internet Service Provider Database
    NB: Last updated October 1999.
  • Resourcery's African Telecom Links
    NB: Last updated November 29, 1996.