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Africa Network Campaign for Education for All (ANCEFA)

The Africa Network Campaign for Education for All (ANCEFA) was established in the year 2000 and exists to champion the cause of quality inclusive education for all in Africa as well as to contribute to the global education agenda, debates and goal-setting.

People’s Education

A Case Study of Alternative Strategies to Impart Knowledge

Centre for Social Accountablity

The Centre for Social Accountability was officially launched in August 2007. It was established in order to promote the institutionalisation of right to social accountability and the realisation of social and economic rights through the effective management of public resources. The CSA incorporates the Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM) which has been engaged in applied social accountability monitoring work since 1999.

Centre des Technologies Innovatrices et le Développement Durable

Created in July 5, 2010, the Centre des Technologies Innovatrices et le Développement Durable « CTIDD » is recognized by the Congolese state under Reference No. 17 .077, of Justice Ministry. CTIDD Works in partnership with organizations of international civil society as Forest Peoples Programme, Socialist Solidarityto increase its lobbying and advocacy. CTIDD has expertise in forestry issues and environmental protection.

Bench Marks Foundation

The Bench Marks Foundation was formed in 2001 by church agencies, linked to the South African Council of Churches (SACC) concerned with the unethical behaviour of business and how they could be held accountable in the democratic South Africa, and more broadly in the continent as a whole.

African Forum and Network on Debt and Development

The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) was created 20 years ago as a pan African platform and organisation for lobbying and advocating for debt cancellation and addressing other debt related issues in Africa. AFRODAD remains committed to contributing to the long term development of the continent through its contribution to finding sustainable solutions to Africa’s challenges in debt and resource management and financial development.

Code for South Africa

Code for South Africa is a non-profit civic technology organisation registered in South Africa (133-850 NPO). The organisation is situated in Cape Town with affiliates in Durban and Pretoria. The organisation was founded in late 2013 with the mission “to promote informed decision-making through the use of data and technology in order to drive social change”. The organisation’s underlying philosophy is that despite calls for increased transparency by governments and corporations, the lack of strong demand for data is the greatest weakness amongst society’s watchdogs.

Journaliste en Danger/Journalists in Danger (JED)

In compliance with the Congolese legislation regarding non-profit associations, JED is registered by the direction of religions and associations of the Ministry of Justice under the number F.92/5337 (In reference to the letter Nr S.G. 20/052/99 of 2 February 1999). JED is an impartial organsation, founded in Kinshasa by a group of Congolese journalists that is dedicated to the defence, and promotion, of press freedom.

Rhodes University Sol Plaatje Institute

Rhodes University’s Sol Plaatje Institute (SPI) for Media Leadership is an associate institute of the University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies. Established in 2002, the SPI’s core mandate is to educate and train both practising and emerging media managers and leaders from and for Africa. Since its launch, more than 2,500 practising media leaders from across Africa have been trained by the SPI through its professional business and editorial short courses, and nearly 200 postgraduate students have graduated with an honours degree-level formal qualification in media management.

AMSHeR

The African Men for Sexual Health and Rights (AMSHeR) is a coalition of LGBT/MSM-led organisations across sub-Saharan Africa established in 2009 and working to (1) address the disproportionate effect of the HIV epidemic on MSM and LGBT; (2) to redress the human rights violations these populations face on the continent; (3) and to increase the visibility of LGBT people and their issues. AMSHeR was formed in an attempt to devise ‘home-grown’ strategies to address local issues taking into account new developments at regional and international levels.

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