- African confidential, The. (Online) -- Kampala, Uganda: The African Confidential Ltd., 2012-
The online version of "The East African Edition" of a monthly news magazine, based in Kampala, Uganda, with a branch office in Nairobi, Kenya. Searching the site yields articles since 2012.
- AfricaRice: Africa Rice Center = Centre du Riz pour l'Afrique (Cotonou, Benin)
In September 2009, the West Africa Rice Development Association was renamed "Africa Rice Center"
[The Center]...is a leading pan-African research organization with a mission to contribute to poverty alleviation and food security in Africa through research, development and partnership activities. It is one of the 15 international agricultural research Centers supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)...created in 1971 by 11 African countries. Today its membership comprises 24 countries, covering West, Central, East and North African regions..."
--Bibliography of AfricaRice publications, 1991-2009
; conference proceedings
; technical reports
- Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere: Swahili forum. (Online). -- Mainz, Germany: Universität Johannes Gutenburg, 1994-.
- AIDS Portal on Eastern Africa UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development (London)
A searchable portal for news, documents, and event announcements, with regional and country sections for the African continent.
- Aksum: an African civilisation of late antiquity. By Stuart Munro-Hay. (1991)---Excerpts -- Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press, 1991. Plain text of original book in PDF format---without bibliographical references -- via Debre Selam Kidist Mariam Church, Washington, DC.
- ALIN: Arid Lands Information Network -- Eastern Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)
- "ALIN--Eastern Africa is a network of Community Development Workers who are involved in drylands development...ALIN members are drawn from government departments, non-governmental organisations and community-based organisations."
The site includes a few newsletters and information about community center programs.
- All Africa.Com: Recent News Summaries on East Africa (AllAfrica Global Media, Washington, DC)
News summaries in English based on reports from the Pan African News Agency (PANA), East African newspapers and news agencies, and other sources. See also individual country sections..
- CBOLD: Comparative Bantu Online Dictionary (2002) (Department of Linguistics and the Institute of Cognitive Studies, University of California, Berkeley ; via L'Institut des Sciences de l'Homme, Lyon, France)
- The site offers descriptions of the project and its components, with tools for linguistic analysis, a selection of dictionaries and word lists, and related links. "The CBOLD project was started in 1994 by Larry Hyman and John Lowe to produce in Berkeley a lexicographic database to support and enhance the theoretical, descriptive, and historical linguistic study of the languages in the important Bantu family."
- CIPESA: ICT Policy Centre for Eastern and Southern Africa (Kampala, Uganda)
"Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) is one of two centres established under the Catalysing Access to Information and Communications Technologies in Africa (CATIA) initiative, which was funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DfID)."
-- CIPESA publications and other resources
- Columbia University--The Earth Institute in Eastern Africa
- Center for Sustainable Urban Development--Nairobi Project (Nairobi, Kenya)
- The MDG Centre--East and Southern Africa
As of 2014, the Centre conducts research in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. "...In 2006, the Centre initially focused on policy support at the national level to selected pilot countries of the UN Millennium Project (Kenya, Ethiopia, Senegal and Ghana). With the successful completion of the UNMP in late 2006, the Centre broadened its scope of work to include advisory services and support to the Millennium Villages Project (MVP) and to scale up MDG-related interventions to district and national levels in East and Southern Africa."
- COMESA--Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Lusaka, Zambia)
- This site includes provides information on banking, online trade directories for some countries, and many other links with an emphasis on business and economic information. "COMESA exists 'as an organisation of free independent sovereign states which have agreed to co-operate in developing their natural and human resources for the good of all their people'. ...with its 19 member states."
- COMSTAT Data Portal--Resource Center (includes annual investment reports, export and import tables, etc.)
- CBT Desk: Cross Border Trade Desk at COMESA
News and business information: "this website is a 'resource' to help cross border traders in Eastern and Southern Africa to find an association near to them, to voice their opinions and explain what COMESA is doing in improving conditions for small cross border traders."
- "The contribution of soil and water conservation to sustainable livelihoods in semi-arid areas of Sub-Saharan Africa" (Online). Edited by Charlotte Boyd and Cathryn Turton. -- London : Agricultural Research and Extension Network, Overseas Development Institute, 2000.
PDF file : case studies on Tanzania and Uganda.
- DIASPEACE Working Papers: Diasporas for Peace--Patterns, Trends and Potential of Long-Distance Diaspora Involvement in Conflict Settings (University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland)
- Djibnet.Com (France)
Un portail bilingue (français et anglais) avec beaucoup des informations concernant la Corne de l'Afrique (Djibouti, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea), y compris les actualités brèves
, les arts, les économies, et les pages personnelles.
- East Africa Living Encyclopedia--"Teaching and Learning About East Africa" Project (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia)
Basic information on five East African countries summarized and organized under broad subject headings, some teaching ideas, and internet links. "Teaching & Learning about East Africa Project (TLEAP) is a 'living library'--a work in progress--of resources for teaching and learning about East Africa and about Swahili, the most widely spoken language of that region. The educational resources are provided or recommended by East Africa experts on the faculties of the University of Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr College, and Delaware State University, and by Master Teachers of the School District of Philadelphia."
- East African, The. (Online) -- Nairobi, Kenya: Nation Media Group, Ltd., 2006-
The electronic version of a weekly newspaper covering news mostly for Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, sometimes for neighboring countries. Several weeks of reports are readily available on the web site.
- East African Bribery Index 2014 -- Nairobi, Kenya: Transparency International Kenya, In PDF format
--See also: EAB Index 2009-2014
- East African business week. (Online) -- Kampala, Uganda: East African Business Week Ltd., 2005-
The electronic version of a weekly newspaper covering business news mostly for Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, sometimes for neighboring countries. Several weeks of reports are readily available on the web site; use "search" feature to find reports from back issues since October 2005.
- East African Educational Publishers, Ltd. (Nairobi, Kenya)
- East African Community = Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki (Arusha, Tanzania)
- This is the official website of the regional intergovernmental organization (encompassing Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda) which was (re)established in 1999 by treaty (see "Documents & Publications"). The site includes information about the EAC, current news, and related links.
- EAC Statistics Portal
- East African Development Library -- Paris, France: UNESCO Direction de l'Information et de l'Informatique, 1999. --via New Zealand Digital Library, University of Waikato, New Zeland.
A small archive of digitized documents furnished by the World Bank, FAO, UNDP, and other UN agencies on East African development.
- East African Internet Association: 1996 announcement (via University of Pennsylvania)
- East African Music (Douglas B. Paterson, Seattle, Washington)
Articles and discographies on the popular music of Kenya, Tanzania, and the Congo. The author of this site is a cultural anthropologist, who also has a radio program in the Seattle area.
- Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (PTA) (Nairobi, Kenya)
- ELDIS: Electronic Development and Environment Information System (Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK)
- An indexing service provided by IDS. Papers are selected from all over the Internet based on topics in African, Asian, and Latin American studies. Documents are produced by research institutes or international organizations. Some documents are electronic versions of printed works, while others are full online documents--with citations and bibliographies. Note: Some documents listed in the search are only accessible at the IDS library, University of Sussex.
- ELDIS Home Page: select "country profiles", Eldis Online or Google Custom Searches
- Enough: The Project to End Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity -- Reports on The Sudan, Chad, DRC, Uganda, Kenya, etc. (Washington, DC)
-- See also: Sudan Peace Watch
- XXI Bi-Annual ESARBICA General Conference, 6-10 June 2011, Maputo, Mozambique (Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Branch, International Council on Archives, Paris, France)
- This site offers very basic information on the organization and the programme of the forthcoming conference. "ESARBICA established in 1969 in Kenya, ESARBICA brings together individuals and institutions concerned with the creation, use, preservation and management of recorded information in Eastern and Southern Africa."
- Food and Agriculture Organization - Global Information and Early Warning System: Eastern Africa (Rome)
Country profiles on crop situation and food consumption.
- Global Water Partnership on Eastern Africa (In association with the IUCN--The World Conservation Union; Entebbe, Uganda)
The website features news and reports from various projects and major conferences on water resource management in the four major regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. "The Global Water Partnership [headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden] is a working partnership among all those involved in water management: government agencies, public institutions, private companies, professional organizations, multilateral development agencies and others committed to the Dublin-Rio principles."
- H-Horn Web Page (H-Net--Humanities & Social Sciences Online, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan)
H-Horn is a discussion list and a WWW site which focus on the history and culture of the Horn of Africa and the Red Sea region.
- Hirondelle Foundation = Fondation Hirondelle: Media for Peace and Human Dignity (Lausanne, Switzerland; Arusha, Tanzania)
This website offers information --in French, English, German, & Italian-- about the activities of an international media support organization and includes special reports and links to news agencies in so-called crisis areas of Sub-Saharan Africa, especially in the Great African Lakes region."
-- See for example: Hirondelle News Agency
: information, documentation and training agency covering Rwandan genocide trials, Arusha, Tanzania...in English, French, Kinyarwanda or Swahili
- Kezira : Music in the Horn of Africa (Professor Andreas Wetter, Department of African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
A blog site --in German and in English-- offering commentary, web links, and a selection of audio files of contemporary music from Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, and Sudan, with brief descriptions, a bibliography
on the literature about music from the Horn of Africa.
- Horn of Africa bulletin. (Online) -- Uppsala, Sweden: Life & Peace Institute, 2007--
The newsletter of the Institute, whose parent body is The Christian Council of Sweden. The Institute "runs conflict transformation programmes in the Horn of Africa and Great Lakes regions in partnership with local civil society organisations and universities in Somalia, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya and the DRC."
--See also: Horn of Africa Bulletin, 1994-1995 Archive
-- via University of Pennsylvania, African Studies Center (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- HANND: Horn of Africa NGO Network for Development (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; via InterAfrica Group)
This site offers general and contact information about the network and its participants. '[Established in 1997] HANND is a collaboration of some 40 indigenous organizations and civil society leaders in Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, and Uganda'.
- The Hornet: the Horn of Africa's electronic information exchange (PADIS; via University of Pennslyvania)
This site provides links to a variety of sources on the Horn of Africa and the "Great Lakes" region. "The Hornet, based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is a free computer networking service established in early 1994 to promote the exchange of information in and on the Horn of Africa using electronic communications."
- H-Swahili Discussion Network (H-Net, Humanities and Social Sciences Online, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan)
A forum for scholars -- in English and in Swahili, with the archive of e-mail discussions and information on how to subscribe.
- ICT4 Democracy in East Africa Network (2011-2015) (Kampala, Uganda)
"...a partnership of organisations which are actively involved in enhancing civic empowerment for improved governance, accountability and engagement with leadership. Founded in 2011, with seed funding from the Swedish Program for ICTs in Developing Regions (Spider)...In 2013, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) provided support to further the work of the network during 2014 and 2015."
--See especially: Downloads
: presentations and reports
- Images of Colonial Africa (circa 1900-1914) by Laura Neva Collins of the Africa Inland Mission (Billy Graham Center Archives, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois)
"The images displayed here are one woman's view, mostly of Kenya, at the beginning of the twentieth century, probably before 1914. They depict the country's society, customs, economics, and geography, as well as its growing Christian church, the missionary community assisting in that endeavor, and Collins herself. Also included are some photographs from Cameroon, the Belgian Congo and Uganda."
- Independent, The. (Online) -- Kampala, Uganda: The Independent, 2008-
The electronic version of a weekly news magazine for Uganda, East Africa, and the world, with back issue articles since December 2008.
- IGAD--Intergovernmental Authority on Development = Autorité intergouvernementale pour le développement (via Djibouti)
- International Conference on the Great Lakes Region = Conférence international sur la région des Grands Lacs (Bujumbura, Burundi)
- "In November 2004, the eleven Heads of State and Government of the member countries of the International Conference on the Great Lakes region (IC/GLR) unanimously adopted the Dar es Salaam Declaration on Peace, Security and Development in the Great Lakes region in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania." Since then, the conference has met in 2006 and 2007.
- International Crisis Group on the Horn of Africa (including Kenya and Uganda) (Washington, DC;
New York; Brussels, Belgium)
"The ICG is a private, multinational organisation committed to strengthening the capacity of the international community to understand and respond to impending crises. ICG's approach is grounded in field research ... and advocacy."
- IFPRI--International Food Policy Research Institute (Washington, DC)
- International Organization for Migration: East Africa -- Migration Issues (Geneva, Switzerland)
- International Peace Institute on East Africa (New York)
- International Refugee Rights Initiative (New York ; Kampala)
***Select: Focus on Africa...Great Lakes Region
- "Since its inception in 2004...IRRI aims to contribute to the improvement and creation of models of law and practice which best guarantee human rights in conflict and displacement. We engage in legal and field-based research in order to better understand how policy affects conflict affected communities and we bring our findings to the attention of policy makers in national, regional and international debates."
- The Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) (Kampala, Uganda?)
The web site offers general information about programs, fellowships, and news.
- IPS Inter Press Service News on East Africa = News in Swahili(Johannesburg, South Africa)
An "alternative news agency" providing current reports for the region and Africa in general, with selected news stories in Swahili.
- IRIN: Integrated Regional Information Network on East Africa
- Justice Africa (London, UK)
- Kamusi GOLD--The Global Online Living Dictionary (Switzerland)
This site includes the word list from "Kamusi Project: Online English-Swahili/Swahili-English Dictionary," formerly at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
- "Kanga & Kitenge: Cloth and Culture in East Africa," Erie Art Museum, September 27, 2008--April 5, 2009 (Erie, Pennsylvania) The web site for this art exhibition features images of kanga from the Museum's collections and photographs of kanga and kitenge being used, Swahili inscriptions, etc. ...all in downloadable PowerPoint files.
- Kanga Writings -- Pictures -- History (Hassan Ali, Ottawa, Canada) A chart of Swahili sayings that often appear on the cotton cloth commonly worn by women in East Africa, especially in Tanzania or coastal Kenya. The chart also includes literal English translation and the deeper meanings.
- Kituo Cha Katiba -- East African Centre for Constitutional Development (Faculty of Law, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda)
- The site provides general information about the centre's programmes, as well as an archive of legal documents and instruments, a list of cases pending in Uganda, a list of holdings in the centre's library, maps, other related information.
- National constitutions
- Regional instruments
- Maa (Maasai) Language Project (Doris L. Payne et al., Department of Linguistics, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon)
The web site offers a description of the project in Kenya and a set of texts on the history and major features of the Maa language spoken in both Kenya and Tanzania.
- The Miombo Network: Southern Africa Regional Network (via Global Observation of Forest and Land Cover Dynamics, Food & Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy)
- "Miombo is a vernacular word that has been adopted by ecologists to describe those woodland ecosystems ...of the southern sub-humid tropical zone from Tanzania and Zaire in the north, through Zambia, Malawi and eastern Angola, to Zimbabwe and Mozambique in the south. "
- Miombo Network publications, 2007-2010
- East African Muslims after 9/11. by Rüdiger Seesemann (2005) Bayreuth African Studies working papers; no. 3. (July 2005) -- Bayreuth, Germany: Universität Bayreuth, 2005.
- Netsite for the Music in the Horn of Africa (Andreas Wetter, Universität Mainz, Germany)
A selection of audio files of contemporary music from Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, and Sudan, with brief descriptions, a bibliography
on the literature about music from the Horn of Africa, and links to other sites.
- Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere
- Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
- "Mwalimu's enduring legacy." (By Peter Anyang' Nyong'o) "News Analysis" The Sunday Nation (Online) October 17, 1999. (The Nation Newspapers, Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya)
- "Mwalimu's rise to power.". (By Ali Mazrui) "News Analysis" The Sunday Nation (Online) October 17, 1999. (The Nation Newspapers, Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya)
- Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere : A Short Biographical Note (South Centre, Geneva, Switzerland)
- The Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) (NBI Secretariat, Entebbe, Uganda)
General information about the programme and its committees. "[Launched in Dar es Salaam in February 1999] ... The NBI is a regional partnership within which countries of the Nile basin have united in common pursuit of the sustainable development and management of Nile waters. ... supersedes the disbanded 'Technical Co-operation Committee for the Promotion of the Development & Environmental Protection of the Nile Basin.'" See also, The Nile River Basin -- Maps Nile Basin Water Resources Management
- Nilo-Saharan Newsletter = Informations nilo-sahariennes (via CNRS-LLACAN, Villejuif, France)
Currently, a web site offering links to major news reports and analyses on events -- with a focus on relief and development efforts -- in the Horn of Africa...especially Somalia and The Sudan. The webmaster is promising broader African coverage in the year 2000.
- Northwestern University, Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies:
The Winterton Collection of East African Photographs: 1860-1960 (Evanston, Illinois)
An inventory and description of the collection of 7,610 photographs and sample images.
- Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research -- Eastern Africa (Oslo, Norway)
- US President Barack Obama's Visit to Eastern Africa, July 24-28, 2015 -- News & Commentary
- AfricaFocus bulletin (Washington, DC): "Obama Visit Roundup," July 29, 2015
Selected links to news analysis and commentaries
- AllAfrica.Com (Washington, DC): "U.S., Canada and Africa"
- BBC News (London): Obama in Ethiopia, July 27-28, 2015 Africa Live ; "Obama praises Ethiopia...(July 27, 2015)
- Business Day (Johannesburg): "Obama's African legacy is built on symbolism." (July 27, 2015)
By Dr. Adekeyo Adebajo.
- Daily Nation (Nairobi): Obama in Kenya (July 2015)
- ECADF--Ethiopian News & Opinions (USA): Press Conference by US President Obama and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn, July 27, 2015
- Pambazuka news (London): "Is Obama keen on relations with barons of Kenya or with the people?" (July 24, 2015)
By Prof. Horace G. Campbell.
- The Star (Nairobi): US President Barack Obama "full speech" to the people of Kenya, Kasarani, Nairobi, July 26, 2015 Audio and transcript
--See also: Video --via YouTube.com
- The White House, Office of the Press Secretary (Washington, DC):
"Remarks by President Obama to the People of Africa," Mandela Hall, African Union Headquarters, Addis Ababa, Ethioipa, July 28, 2015
--See also: Video --via Awramba Times (USA)
- ODINAFRICA: Ocean Data and Information Network for Africa (International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization--UNESCO, Paris, France)
This website outlines various programs of the ODINAFRICA--a project involving about 20 African countries. The site includes current and recent news, conference information, and other data about Africa's oceanic resources.
- Organization of African Unity: International Panel of Eminent Personalities to Investigate the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda and the Surrounding Events, July 7, 2000 (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
- Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
- General information about the organization and its activities and publications. "OSSREA was established in April 1980, held its Firsct Congress in June 1983, and celebrated its Tenth Anniversary, in conjunction with its Third Congress, in Kampala, Uganda, in May 1990...Its current membership is drawn from 11 countries, but its constitution opens membership to social scientists in 18 countries ... and institutional membership is open to all institutions, within or outside the region."
- OSSREA Publications
This section offers information about publications and selected online versions, including:
-- OSSREA bulletin. (Online)
, since 2007
- Project Elgon (Mount Elgon, Uganda-Kenya Border) (University of Leeds, UK)
Students and faculty from the U.K. and Uganda, assisted by staff from Makerere University, Mount Elgon National Park, and local people, carried out studies in 1996 in and around Mt. Elgon. This website is a compilation of basic information on the people, the wildlife, and the environment of the region, online papers from the project team, images, and useful links.
- PTA Bank: Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Regional Centre on Small Arms (Nairobi, Kenya)
The web site includes current news and publications, such as RECSA Bulletin, RECSA annual reports, and related documents. "RECSA is an institutional framework arising from the Nairobi Declaration  to coordinate the joint effort by National Focal Points in Member States to prevent, combat and eradicate stockpiling and illicit trafficking in small arms and light weapons in the Great Lakes Region and Horn of Africa."
--See especially: "Baseline Summary" [Research notes; no. 33 (August 2013)]
- Research ICT Africa: Publications on ICT Policy, Access, and Usage in Africa (2005-2012) (LINK Centre, Graduate School of Public and Development Management, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa)
The countries covered by surveys and reports include Benin, Botswana, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
- Rift Valley Institute (Nairobi, Kenya)
- "...an independent association based in Kenya and the United Kingdom. The Institute was established in 2001 to support research, publishing and educational initiatives in the African Rift Valley region. Fellows of the Institute include academic specialists from Africa, Europe and the Americas and local and international practitioners in the fields of aid, development, environmental conservation and human rights."
- Sudan Abduction & Slavery Project, 1983-2003
- See also: Sudan Open Archive
- SAFLII--Southern African Legal Information Institute (Braamfontein, South Africa)
This searchable database offers free access to full plain text versions of selected high court judgements and legal case reports. "...includes superior court judgments from Botswana, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, --Tanzania, Uganda-- Zambia and Zimbabwe. Our recent additions include a full consolidated collection of --Uganda legislation-- and Lesotho caselaw. Currently in preparation: Lesotho, Zambia, Namibia and Uganda judgments, as well as Uganda subsidiary legislation."
- The Saharan Studies Association (via Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona)
"The SSA is a body of scholars with common interests, associated with the African Studies Association of the United States [formed in November 1992]." The association produces a downloadable scholarly newsletter (twice a year) since 1993.
- Sahel weather and crop situation. (Online). -- Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization, Global Information and Early Warning System, 1995-
SWCS is issued by the FAO/GIEWS every month throughout the growing season (June to October). The report 'describes weather conditions, pest infestations and crop prospects in the Sahel, a drought-prone zone'. Current and back issues.
- Shikanda Portal -- Works by Wim van Binsbergen (Wim van Binsbergen, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
The website by this major European scholar whose fieldwork and publications span three decades on religion, social anthropology, history, and philosophy in and about Africa---esp. east-central and southern Africa.
- Social Science Research Council -- Crisis in the Horn of Africa (SSRC Africa Program, New York)
SSRC news analysis forum on Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Sudan.
-- See also: Making Sense of Darfur
- Bibliography of the South Asian diaspora and East Africa: an annotated bibliography (2002) Anthroglobe. (Dr. Andrew Mickleburgh, International Culture Studies Department, Gyosie International College, Reading, UK; via Coomsweb, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia)
- SCECSAL--Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern Africa Library and Information Associations (via South Africa)
- Speaking with vampires: rumor and history in colonial Africa. (Online) by Luise White. Studies on the history of society and culture. -- Berkeley, CA: University of California Press Electronic Editions and The University of Californa Library, 2000.
The full text of the online version of this book. "Luise White presents and interprets vampire stories from East and Central Africa as a way of understanding the world as the storytellers did. Using gossip and rumor as historical sources in their own right, she assesses the place of such evidence, oral and written, in historical reconstruction."
- The Sudanese travels of Theodoro Krump (1700-1702) -- Excerpts from: Hoher und Fruchtbarer Palm-Baum des Heiligen Evangelij. English. (Prof. Jay Spalding, Dept. of History, Kean University, Union, New Jersey)
"Offered here is an English translation of the Sudan portion of Theodoro Krump's book (Augsburg: Georg Schulter & Martin Happach, 1710). The present version is adapted with minor modifications from the Hambata edition of 1979, in turn derived from the copyrighted text of 1974."
- Swahili Language Resources on the Internet. (via Columbia University)
- Tanzania Studies Association (via Tony Waters, California State University, Auburn, California)
- Twaweza (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
[Since 2009] "...It is a ten year citizen-centered initiative, focusing on large-scale change in East Africa...works to provide practical information to everyone, to foster quality independent media and citizen monitoring services."
--See especially: Publications
- UNEP-GRID: United Nations Environment Programme/Global Resource Information Database (In association with the US Geological Survey/EROS Data Center and with the National Aeronautics & Space Administration; Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA)
- UNESCO--United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization -- Eastern Africa (Paris, France)
- UNESCO Nairobi -- Education Sector (Kenya)
This website features news, conference announcements, and reports on education in Kenya and other countries in Eastern Africa: Burundi, Eritrea, Rwanda, Somalia, Uganda.
-- 6th International Preparatory Conference on Youth and Adult Learning in Africa, November 5-7, 2008, Nairobi, Kenya
- Media & HIV/AIDS in East and Southern Africa: a resource book. Edited by S.T. Kwame Boafo, in collaboration with Carlos A. Arnaldo. -- Paris: UNESCO, 2000. PDF format
- United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Eastern and Southern Africa At a glance. (New York)
Basic information, statistics, maps, & indicators.
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) (Formerly UN Department of Humanitarian Affairs)
- United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Eastern Africa (Washington, DC)
- United States Energy Information Administration: Emerging East Africa Energy, May 2013 (Washington, DC) 22 pages in PDF format
--See also: EIA Country Profiles (via Columbia University Libraries)
- United States Geological Survey Earthshots (USGS, Earth Resources Observation Systems Center, Sioux Falls, South Dakota)
- Universiteit Antwerpen, Centrum voor de studie van het gebied van de grote meren in Afrika = Centre d'étude de la région des grands lacs d'Afrique: Publications (Antwerp, Belgium)
- Voici une inventaire des publications du centre -- y compris les textes intégrals des vieux numéros de l'Annuaire des Grands Lacs et les tables des matières du numéro plus récent. Le site est disponible en néerlandais, en français, ou en anglais.
- University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Swahili Manuscripts Project (London, UK)
- The website describes the on-going project and offers an online catalog of the collection. "The library of the School of Oriental and African Studies holds the largest public collection of Swahili manuscripts in Britain. The collection includes more than 250 manuscripts dating from the 1790s to the 1970s, contained in the papers of William Taylor, Alice Werner, William Hichens, Wilfred Whiteley, Jan Knappert and Yahya Ali Omar. The library also holds microfilms of the manuscripts that were deposited by JWT Allen at the University of Dar es Salaam."
- Selected images from manuscripts and audio files
- University of Wisconsin, Madison: "Early Maritime Cultures on the East African Coast," October 23-24, 2015 African Studies Program
Call for Papers--The deadline for proposals is August 15, 2015.
- World Agroforestry Centre: Eastern and Southern Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)
Research and project news, with links to open access journal articles and reports. "...to generate science-based knowledge about the diverse roles that trees play in agricultural landscapes, and to use its research to advance policies and practices, and their implementation, that benefit the poor and the environment."
- 18th Annual Zanzibar International Film Festival -- Festival of the Dhow Countries: "Waves & Visions of Hope" 18-26 July 2015 (Zanzibar, Tanzania)
General information on a wide variety of events and links to related websites. Plus, information from the 2014 festival and earlier. "ZIFF is a non-profit organisation based in Zanzibar [founded in 1997] which aims to promote film, music and arts from the Dhow Countries (African Continent, Gulf States, Iran, India, Pakistan and the islands of the Indian Ocean). The organisation is working throughout the year and seeks to include people from all sectors of society, with special programmes for women, children and people in rural areas."