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Fair Trade

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Products like coffee, tea and chocolate, that we in the north have come to depend on, are produced in the warmer climates of the South. The prices paid for these commodities have not risen in real terms over the last forty years, whilst the value of fertilisers, pesticides and machinery (imported from richer countries) has increased substantially. On top of this the market price of commodities frequently drops below the cost of producing them. Consequently many of the people who grow these crops are having to work harder and longer for less money.

Forestry Investment and Asset Management.

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FIAM - Forestry Investment and Asset Management - is the Dutch investment agency in sustainable forestry and land development. FIAM NV is the only sustainable investment agency approved by the "De Nederlandsche Bank" (Netherlands National Bank). FIAM's mission... is to contribute to the sustainable development of carefully selected locations and areas through initiating, developing and exploiting product chains based on both ecological and economical sound principles.

Find a Job in Africa

banner Find a Job in Africa provides an environment that facilitates the connection between recruitment agencies and employers with jobseekers wherever located. The on-line job search engine ensures geographical location is not a limitation to attracting the best candidate.
Frederick Forsyth

Frederick Forsyth
Frederick Forsyth was born in August 1938 in Ashford, Kent, England. He started work as one of the youngest pilots in the RAF at the age of 19, serving from 1956 to 1958. He worked as a reporter for the Eastern Daily Press in Norfolk, before becoming a correspondant for Reuters in 1961. In 1965, he worked as a radio and television reporter for the BBC. As assistant diplomatic correspondent, he covered the Biafran side of the Biafra-Nigeria war from July to September 1967, and this provided him with knowledge of international politics, and the world of mercenary soldiors. In 1968 he left the BBC to return to Biafra. The Biafra Story marked Frederick Forsyth's transition from journalist to author. An insightful record of the Biafran War, which Nigeria fought to prevent the secession of its eastern province, it also voices Forsyth's outrage at the extremes of human violence as well as the duplicity of the Western governments who tacitly accepted or actively aided that violence. The research and experience of this work later found expression in another of Forsyth's work, the eminently successful novel about the mercenaries, "The Dogs of War".

Dian Fossey
Intense observation over thousands of hours enabled Dr. Fossey to earn the complete trust of the wild groups she studied and brought forth new knowledge concerning many previously unknown aspects of gorilla behavior. When poachers attacked and killed a young male named "Digit" to whom she had grown especially attached , she reacted by waging a public campaign against gorilla poaching.
The Foundation for
Democary in Africa

Democracy Foundation
The Foundation for Democracy in Africa is a Washington-based non-profit, nonpartisan organization. The Foundation was founded in 1994 with the intent to vertically integrate a culturally based program aimed at strengthening and enhancing the fundamental principles of democracy, freedom, and economic plurality in Africa. Its mission is to implement the principles of culturally based democratic government within the African society, bringing the countries of Africa into the mainstream of the global economy through free enterprise, thus cultivating the pathway for peace and prosperity from resulting economic opportunity

Fouta presents Original Black Art dedicated to African Culture,Art and Artists. Artist galleries from Congo, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia, and Togo.

painting from Soul Guinea This painting is from the 19 year old Guinea painter SOUL who has a booth near Le Meridien Mariador Palace Hotel in Conakry. You can contact him directly at +224-317-570 and tell him Mr. Willems sends you. Also visit the GUINEA PAGE for further information about Guinea artists.
Freedom Links

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We protect liberty. We defend it everywhere in the world. We support the oppressed, and encourage all peoples to confront injustice, oppression, exploitation and colonialism. We encourage them to combat imperialism, racism and fascism, in accordance with the principle of the collective struggle of peoples against the enemies of liberty. The Green Charter for Human Rights.
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The Friends of Africa Foundation brings together over 40 years of experience in youth development work in Africa. Our purpose is to empower young Africans (under the age of 30) to develop sustainable livelihoods through skills, enterprise and leadership training and practical support for young entrepreneurs. Linking up with established local organisations, and making full use of new technology, we are working to help unlock the potential of Africa's youth, fostering a spirit of enterprise and self-reliance.
Karin Fung
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