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Youssou N'Dour

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Youssou N'Dour is one of Africa's most important performers. Youssou's success lies in his constant work, and the honesty and respect he brings to his work, his people and his family. As long as I have known him I couldn't even tell you the name of his wife or children. He knew to put up a screen between his private life and his life as an artist.

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Wedged between the Kalahari and the chilly South Atlantic, Namibia is a country of vast potential and promise. Rich in natural resources and unquestionably spectacular beauty, it has inherited a solid modern infrastructure and has a diversity of cultures. Lonely and ethereal is the famous Skeleton Coast.

National Geographic

National Geographic
World’s Largest Nonprofit Scientific and Educational Organization. National Geographic has a variety of experts and researchers who can discuss a wide range of topics with the media.
National Museum of African Art

National Museum of African Art
The Smithsonian Art Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC offers: ARTS & PROGRAMS - RADIO AFRICA - RESEARCH - COLLECTIONS. The Museum Store offers a wide selection of merchandise inspired by the collections and the arts and cultures of Africa.
NEPAD Business Group

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Business for Africa comprises leading business organisations who have a broad constituency - both inside and outside Africa - and are committed to helping the continent realise its full economic potential. The group will act as a medium between NEPAD and private companies who support its aims. The group will share information on trade and investment opportunities in Africa and encourage private sector involvement in sustainable development projects.


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Through powerful public-private partnerships, in alliance with Internet users, is creating the largest global online community acting on extreme poverty worldwide. Our Vision is that 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.
Network of European World Shops

NEWS Network of European World Shops
NEWS! is the Network of European World Shops, the Fair Trade retailers. NEWS! aims at promoting Fair Trade through: - linking World Shop and their National Associations throughout Europe. - promoting and undertaking campaigns to raise European citizens' awareness of Fair Trade and ethical issues. - stimulating and supporting the development of World Shops National Associations in Europe. - working together with other organisations in the field of Fair Trade.

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Niger is one of the most fascinating countries of West Africa. Markets where cattle, camels and a range of other goods have been traded for centuries, are some of the most exciting in Africa.


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Nigeria is Africa’s most populous state inhabiting some of the most famous soccer players from Africa. Nigeria is composed of about 250 ethnic groups, with diverse languages and religious faiths.

The Nile

The Nile River
The Nile is longest river in the world and is 6670 kilometers (4145 miles) long. Drawn from the rich heartland of Africa, the Nile River stretches more than 4,000 miles through Uganda, Sudan and Egypt, and into the Mediterranean Sea. Narrow in the south, its valley broadens in the north until it forms the huge, rich delta north of Cairo. The Nile rises in Lake Victoria, Uganda. It slithers through swamps and falls as the Victoria Nile, the Albert Nile and the Mountain Nile, to the Sudd, the world's largest swamp, where it becomes the White Nile, thence to Khartoum in central Sudan where it is joined by its main tributary, the Blue Nile, and becomes simply the Nile. Ancient African cultures and teeming animal sanctuaries border the upper Nile.
Kwame Nkrumah
(1909 - 1972)

Kwame Nkrumah


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.
Nomad Africa

Nomad Africa
Tourism has changed over the years. Experiences are sought after. Security is now paramount. One area of the world that offers a unique tourism experience is Africa. Nomad Africa's focus is on Ghana, Nigeria and Southern Africa. Here they feel their security procedures on their circuits and hubs are advanced enough to cater to even the most discerning guests from all over the world.

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Injustice, inequality and poverty are very prevalent across the world. Novib wants to change that by supporting development projects, by lobbying with governments, the European Union and the United Nations. And through working together, with businesses and with in total three thousand like-minded organisations from women's movements and trade unions to development and environmental organisations. In the Netherlands and 100 other countries. Together we make up a world movements of many million people with only one goal before us: a fair and just world for everyone. Novib was set up in 1956 as the Netherlands Organisation for International Development Co-operation.
Julius Nyerre
(Born: 1920)

Julius Nyerre
Tanzanian statesman Julius Nyerre was educated in Uganda and in Great Britain. He founded the Tanganyika-African National Union in 1954 and became the first Prime Minister of Tanganyika. Nyerre negotiated the merger of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, creating Tanzania, which he then headed. Nyerre continued in the Presidency until 1985.

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A very good military leader who waged war against the savage slave-hunting Europeans. This war lasted for more than thirty years. Nzingha was of Angoloan descent and is known as a symbol of inspiration for people everywhere. Queen Nzingha is also known by some as Jinga by others as Ginga. She was a member of the ethnic Jagas a militant group that formed a human shield against the Portuguese slave traders. As a visionary political leader, competent, and self sacrificing she was completely devoted to the resistance movement

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