Comoros Mayotte (France) Réunion Southern Africa East Africa Central Africa West Africa North Africa North Africa Sudan South Sudan Egypt Sudan Chad Libya Tunisia Niger Burkina Faso Morocco Algeria Mali Mauritania Western Sahara Central African Republic Djibouti Somalia Kenya Uganda Tanzania Mozambique Zambia Democratic Republic of Congo Congo-Brazzaville Gabon Cameroon Nigeria Benin Togo Ghana Côte d'Ivoire Liberia Sierra Leone Guinea Malawi Seychelles Madagascar Comoros Zimbabwe Angola Angola Senegal Mauritius Réunion Guinea-Bissau The Gambia Burundi Rwanda Botswana Namibia Swaziland São Tomé and Príncipe Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Canaries (Spain) Cape Verde Ascension (British) St. Helena (British) Tristan da Cunha (British) South Africa Lesotho South Africa

links   Education and Science / Universities
Website of the Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies, a research network of European African studies centres
African Studies Association
The mission of ASA, a corporation of individual members, is to promote African Studies in the USA.
African Studies Centre
Website of the African Studies Centre, Leiden. 
African Universities
Selected annotated internet resources relating to African universities (part of the Africa South of the Sahara website).
Association of African Universities
Official site of Pan African organisation promoting cooperation between universities. With address database including links of all participating universities.
The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, a Pan-African research organisation with a primary focus on the social sciences, was established in 1973 and headquartered in Dakar.
SANPAD facilitates and finances research projects, research capacity building and research support activities in South Africa.
UNU - Priority Africa
United Nations University plays a strategic role in Africa as a facilitator of dialogue, a capacity builder, a provider of postgraduate training, and a promoter of innovation. 

Processed by Apache Cocoon 2.1.7 in 131 milliseconds.