AMARC and AMARC-Africa
A mini-directory of women and development information
Family Health International
Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
This website is a collection of information on Finland's public sector organizations and public services.
GenARDIS project as a whole
GenARDIS project (focus on "women, agriculture, and technology")
International Telecommunication Union
This ITU website is the information source for ensuring Gender issues are incorporated into every aspect of the WSIS.
Johns Hopkins U. Center for Communication Programs
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation
The official NORAD website is an excellent source of information for aid programmes, country specific aid, and related publications.
Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
This website provides a gateway to other Danish government departments.
The "Siyanda Update" is a monthly newsletter featuring the latest gender mainstreaming resources available on our website http://www.siyanda.org/. Siyanda aims to assist busy gender practitioners with locating essential gender mainstreaming resources, quickly and easily. It is also an interactive space where gender practitioners can share ideas, experiences and resources with like-minded colleagues. To subscribe or unsubscribe from the "Siyanda Update", please go to: http://www.siyanda.org/subscribe.htm.
Swedish International Development Co-operation
This website provides the information, help and tools necessary to begin or continue collaborating with Sida. Also a resource for information about development cooperation and Sida.
Handbook: UNESCOICTandpovertyreduction.pdf (1.79 MB)
A research handbook to assess the potential role of ICT in poverty reduction is now available as a UNESCO project publication. The handbook, entitled "Ethnographic Action Research" was produced through the experiences of nine project sites established by UNESCO in South Asia (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka) under the project "Putting ICTs in the Hands of the Poor".
The UNIFEM website offers a wealth of information on gender equality, women's issues and concerns at national, regional and global levels.
Women’s Learning Partnership
WLP’s multimedia learning package, Leading to Choices: A Multimedia Curriculum for Leadership Learning is available for order. The package provides an interactive, scenario-based curriculum for developing advocacy, communications, and facilitation skills, and may be used by women's human rights activists, democracy advocates, and educators. The multimedia package includes Leading to Choices: A Leadership Training Handbook for Women, three learning guides, and three videos featuring women leaders from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. The course materials were developed by WLP in cooperation with our partners in ten countries. Visit WLP's online store to order your copy.
World Summit on the Information Society
The official WSIS website provides information and resources on all aspects of the Summit.
WOUGNET (Women of Uganda Network)
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