Flamme is a network of African sisters online committed to strengthening the capacity of women through the use of ICTs to lobby, advocate and participate in the Beijing +5 process regionally and globally.
Building intellectual capacity and establishing an African resource dedicated to strengthening and advancing the work of intellectuals, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners committed to the attainment of gender equity.
The network encourages participation of documentalists, activists, researchers and journalists who have an interest and commitment to gender related issues in Africa and the dissemination of information.
Africa Recovery/UN/Briefing Paper #11 on Women.
An English language database containing over 19,000 citations from 1986 to current.
The African Women's Development and Communication Network.
Created in 1992 as a response to the slow pace of implementation of education sub-Saharan Africa. Includes overview, mission, programmes, publications and research.
Jornal promoting the research and scholarship of African women to the global African community and friends of Africa.
Peer-reviewed papers and reviews on women and gender in Africa. (August 2000)
Searchable database of prominent African women, categorized by profession, field of interest and country.