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Malaria

Larium Malaria
To Lariam or not to Lariam

Malaria is a killer disease and pre-cautions must always be taken. Malaria kills hundreds of thousands of children and adults every year. Do not forget that everyone's objective in this debate is to safely control malaria and save lives. You must take heed of pre-cautions if you are travelling to a malarious region. You should absolutely try to take some form of prophylactic anti-malarial drug. There is a range to choose from and you should seek advice from a qualified doctor about this. The point of this site is to give people everywhere access to plenty of sources of information about the drug mefloquine, therefore enabling them to make a properly informed decision when agreeing to take it.

ROLL BACK MALARIA

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Malaria is an infectiouse disease transmitted by mosquitoes. It is caused by minute parasitic protozoa of the genus Plasmodium, which infect human and insect hosts alternately. Malaria is the world's worst health problem. At this moment more people are ill with malaria than any other disease, and the numbers affected or at risk are increasing remorselessly. Control measures are becoming less effective, and the threat of epidemic malaria is increasing in many tropical areas.

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born in a village near Umtata in the Transkei on the 18 July 1918. His father was the principal councillor to the Acting Paramount Chief of Thembuland. After his father's death, the young Rolihlahla became the Paramount Chief's ward to be groomed to assume high office. However, influenced by the cases that came before the Chief's court, he determined to become a lawyer. Hearing the elders stories of his ancestors valour during the wars of resistance in defence of their fatherland, he dreamed also of making his own contribution to the freedom struggle of his people.
Nelson Mandela
Children's Fund

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Vision: The Nelson Mandela Children's Fund will nurture, motivate and care for the future of children and youth.

Mission Statement: To support organizations implementing programmes and projects that empower children and youth from impoverished backgrounds to improve the quality of their lives. The NMCF places emphasis on creative, innovative, and participatory initiatives that have the potential to change the ways in which society responds to children and youth.

MASAAILAND

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Maasai, Pride of Africa: a Vanishing Culture.

The Maasai, whose history is lost in the heart of the Dark Continent, are, at the same time, a symbol and very real people with an uncertain future. Their ability to cope with a new reality and having the strength, if not to reject it, at least to be able to pick only what they really need, make them a perfect symbol of anti globalism. Of course they don't follow any fashion or intellectual wave around the world......

......The world cannot afford anymore to waste any kind of creature or culture.

MADUNIA

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Madunia is a young non-profit NGO, based in the Netherlands. It was founded to promote African music and support local initiatives of African musicians. Madunia supports musicians in Africa by funding recording sessions, and provides education about African music and musicians through its websites.
Max Havelaar

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Mission statement: "Max Havelaar strives towards fair and just relations world-wide. Central to its policy is sustainable production, trade and consumption. Goals: Offering access to international trade with good conditions for farmers and workers in disadvantaged parts of the Third World so that they can build a better future for themselves. This means consumers and retailers must also pay enough to cover social and environmental costs".
Médecins Sans Frontières

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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organisation that provides emergency medical assistance to populations in danger in more than 80 countries. In countries where health structures are insufficient or even non-existant, MSF collaborates with authorities such as the Ministry of Health to provide assistance.
Monsanto

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The Monsanto's website handles food biotechnology topics in Africa and around the world. The site is intended to promote a deeper understanding of food biotechnology by providing visitors with access to the full range of thought, opinion, and background information about this important subject.
Netaid

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Through powerful public-private partnerships, in alliance with Internet users, Netaid.org is creating the largest global online community acting on extreme poverty worldwide. Our Vision is that Netaid.org and the Internet can transform the way people help each other.
Network for Good

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Network for Good, an independent, 501(c)(3) organization, was founded by the AOL Time Warner Foundation and AOL, Inc.; the Cisco Foundation and Cisco Systems, Inc.; and Yahoo! Inc., in partnership with over 20 nonprofit foundations and associations who share the desire to foster the informed use of the Internet for civic participation and philanthropy. The Website aggregates content and resources from these leaders, organizes them and makes them available in one comprehensive, easy-to-use destination, which also helps to expand the reach, effectiveness and pervasiveness of all of Network for Good's nonprofit partners.
NEWS FROM AFRICA

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When clicking on the logo's in the left-side box, you will go directly to the African page at the choosen International press source.
Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah

AFRICAN HERO

Nkrumah’s vision was to liberate the Blackman from oppression. He also wanted to liberate the African continent from colonial rule. He helped other African leaders to fight for the independence of their countries. During his 15-year rule, Accra the capital of Ghana became the "Mecca of the Africa liberation struggle". He wanted a United States of Africa fashioned on the lines of the United States of America. He was therefore instrumental in the formation of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in May 1963. He was a Pan Africanist par excellence and worked with other black leaders like W.E.B Du Bois, George Padomre, Marcus Garvey and others in the liberation struggle.
NORTH-SOUTH: NOORD-ZUID

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AFRICAN HERO

Noord-Zuid (North-South) is an offical recognised Belgian Association working in West-Afrika mainly in Burkina Faso but occasionally also in Benin, Ivory Coast and Mali. Noord-Zuid organizes exhibitions, holds fund-raising campaigns and sells African Made products. The organisation collects goods and also accepts goods from other associations by helping them to ship these goods to locations in West Africa. Every year Noord-Zuid sends between 6 to 10 containers to Burkina Faso filled with stockrests, school equipment and medical equipment.
OAU

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The Organization of African Unity was established on May 25, 1963, at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the Charter of the Organization was signed on that occasion by Heads of State and Government of 32 independent African States. Its purposes are to promote the unity and solidarity of the African States; defend the sovereignty of members; eradicate all forms of colonialism; promote international cooperation having due regard for the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; coordinate and harmonize Member States economic, diplomatic, educational, health, welfare, scientific and defense policies.
Oikocredit

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Oikocredit, Ecumenical Development Cooperative Society (previously EDCS) provides loans to enterprises owned and operated by monetarily poor people. By investing in Oikocredit churches, church organizations, non-profit organizations, institutions and individuals create opportunities for the marginalized to attain self-reliance and build self-esteem.
The Omega Plan

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An African strategy for globalization. By His Excellency, Maître Abdoulaye Wade, President of the Republic of Senegal.

The OMEGA PLAN takes its name from the fact that it needs not be personalized as the idea, once stated, is meant to grow from the contributions of others in various environments. As a consequence, the Plan as a whole will be everybody's plan : this is the reason why it is given an anonymous name. Consideration the many problems in Africa led the President of Senegal Republic to present a plan for Africa at the Yaounde Summit.

Ontario black history society

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The Ontario Black History Society is a non-profit, registered Canadian charity, dedicated to the study, preservation and promotion of Black history and heritage. It aims to foster public interest and encourage research of Black History through: -Recognition, preservation and promotion of the contributions of Black peoples and their collective histories through education, research and cooperation. -Sponsorship and support of educational conferences and exhibits in this field. -Promoting the inclusion of material on Black History in school curricula.
Out Of Africa Export

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African Exporters can use this website to promote their goods or services, for Free. This website and all company web-pages will be promoted world-wide to many different business communities and Importers and/or Traders. Free means really Free, no hidden charges whatsoever. The site is a production of the true "Fair Trader" Marcel Stappers in Accra/Ghana.
Out To Africa

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Influenced by the beautiful documentaries on television and with some fear for the unknown, in 1996 Ellen and Paul from Holland went for their first adventure through Africa. Sleeping in a little tent between the wildlife and sometimes so remote that the nearest village was hundred miles away, first worried them. They didn't know then that their first experiences in Botswana would chance the rest of their lives. The Africa madness "infected" them like many others. In 1997 Ellen and Paul travelled from Johannesburg to Nairobi, in 1999 through Kenya and Tanzania and in 2000 they went to Uganda.
OXFAM

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Oxfam GB is a development, relief, and campaigning organisation dedicated to finding lasting solutions to poverty and suffering around the world. Oxfam believes that every human being is entitled to a life of dignity and opportunity; and she works with poor communities, local partners, volunteers, and supporters to help this become a reality.
PAFF

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Established in 1992, The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the promotion of cultural and racial tolerance and understanding through the exhibition of film, art and creative expression. It is PAFF's goal to present and showcase the broad spectrum of Black creative works, particularly those that reinforce positive images and help to destroy negative stereotypes. We believe film and art can lead to better understanding and foster communication between peoples of diverse cultures, races, and lifestyles, while at the same time, serve as a vehicle to initiate dialogue on the important issues of our times.
Pax Christi

Patriarch Michel SABBAH
Patriarch Michel SABBAH
President Pax Christi Int.
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Pax Christi International is a non-profit, non-governmental Catholic peace movement that began in France at the end of World War II. Today, it is comprised of autonomous national sections, local groups, and affiliated organisations spread over 30 countries and 5 continents, with over 60,000 members worldwide. The movement works in all areas of peace but has a specific focus on demilitarisation, security and arms trade, development and human rights, and ecology.

Peace Child

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Peace Child International empowers children to take responsibility for peace, human rights and the environment through education, leadership development and direct participation in the events that shape our world community. Peace Child gets its name from a tradition In Papua New Guinea, when warring tribes of head-hunters made peace, they each exchanged a child. The children would grow up with the others' tribe and if in the future, conflict threatened between the tribes again, those children would be sent to negotiate. Such a child was called a "Peace Child." This legend represents the important role we believe young people can play in changing the world.
Peace Corps

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Americans have served in 46 countries on the continent. The Peace Corps has continued to develop a strong partnership with the people of Africa, with Volunteers currently working in 25 countries in the areas of education, health, business, agriculture, and the environment.

Prince Claus Fund

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The Prince Claus Fund for Culture and development was established to mark the 70th birthday of H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands on September 6th, 1996, for the purpose of "expanding insight into cultures and promoting interaction between culture and development". The Prince Claus Fund stimulates and supports activities in the field of culture and development by granting awards, funding and producing publications and by financing and promoting networks and innovative cultural activities. Support is given to people and in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Equality, respect and trust are the essential parameters of such partnerships; quality and originality are the preconditions of support.
PRIVITERA & NWADIBIA
Attorneys at Law
San Francisco - USA

Liberty
Attorney Rochelle Nwadibia, Specialized in Immigration Law, has over fifteen years experience as a practicing attorney and over twenty years experience in international affairs. She served on the board of the St. Louis chapter of the United Nations Association, and as the Chairperson of the Missouri Human Rights Commission. She speaks fluent french.

SPECIALIZATION: African Studies - Economic Development - Pan-African Studies

Red Cross & Red Crescent



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THE POWER OF HUMANITY

The Federation's mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. Vulnerable people are those who are at greatest risk from situations that threaten their survival, or their capacity to live with an acceptable level of social and economic security and human dignity. Often, these are victims of natural disasters, poverty brought about by socio-economic crises, refugees, and victims of health emergencies.

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Jean Michel Renouard

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For over 30 years, Jean Michel Renouard has been in the travel business looking for "off the beaten track" destinations in South Africa for his clients: - Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Togo, Benin, Senegal, Egypt and Morocco. Now nearly retired, he provides a look at his best destinations through many pictures taken by him or by his clients.
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ROOTS FESTIVAL GHANA

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Official Opening of the Festival by His Excellency The President of The Republic Of The Gambia. Gambian Bands, Trade Fair, Miss Roots Beauty Pageant, "Kumpo" (Jola masquerade dance competition), African Gala Dinner (variety of West African dishes) and Awards Night, West African Fashion Show, Beach Party Finale.

An annual reunion with the African Diaspora. The "Roots" Homecoming Festival commemorates the forced enslavement and transportation of millions of Africans to the Americas and the Diaspora. The objective of the Festival is to celebrate the richness and diversity of Gambian culture and the prelude to the establishment of a Diaspora Heritage Center at Juffure (the ancestral homeland of the famed Kunta Kinteh of "Roots"). It also aims to bring Africans together to build Africa.

Sorious Samura

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Sorious

Sorious Samura won international acclaim for his documentary Cry Freetown, which highlighted atrocities that were taking place in his native Sierra Leone.

"It is my belief that unless we Africans can tell our own story within content and show an Africa that has not been seen before the West will continue to throw their hands up in despair believing that our continent is full of a bunch of confused savages that is now beyond salvation/redemption. The only way the West can understand and treat us seriously is to hear the African story first hand from the African perspective rather than the usual whitie version - so why not take the risk if that can help turn things around for our Continent".

Albert Schweitzer

Albert Schweitzer
Official Homepage of the International Association (AISL) ALBERT SCHWEITZER with information about his life and work. At the age of 30, aware of the desperate need of Africans for medical care, he decided to become a medical doctor and devote the rest of his life serving the people of Africa. In 1913, at the age of 37, Dr. Schweitzer and his wife, Hélène, opened a hospital in Lambaréné, Gabon - then a province of French Equatorial Africa. He devoted his life from then on to providing health care for the people in the area. In 1953, at the age of 78, Albert Schweitzer was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for the year 1952. In the speeches and writings during the last twelve years of his life, he emphasized the dangers of nuclear energy, nuclear testing, and the nuclear arms race between the superpowers.

When we observe contemporary society one thing strikes us. We debate but make no progress. Why? Because as peoples we do not yet trust each other.

(Signed: Albert Schweitzer)

SIAO

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The Ouagadougou International Arts and Crafts Fair in Burkina Faso is a specialised fair. It brings into direct contact African craftsmen, producers and exporters, as well as professional visitors, collectors and other lovers of African handicraft. Therefore, only handicraft products are admitted. Any other product introduced in the fair will be purely and simply withdrawn. The fair is held every other year, late in October in even years. The next fair is in October 2002.
SOS Children's Villages

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SOS Children's Villages offer abandoned, orphaned and destitute children - regardless of race, nationality or creed - a new and permanent home, and prepare them for an independent life. SOS-Kinderdorf International is the umbrella organisation to which all national SOS Children's Village Associations are affiliated.
Sustainable Harvest

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Sustainable Harvest is the leading North American specialty green coffee importer of fair-trade, organic and shade-grown coffees. The company sources top quality (unroasted) green coffees from small family farms and cooperatives, and develops long term relationships between growers and buyers. To verify the integrity of our organic and other sustainable coffee claims, Sustainable Harvest uses third-party agencies, such as Quality Assurance International for Organic, TransfairUSA for Fairtrade, and the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center for Shade-Grown.

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