Other (govt, people’s, CSOs)


AMARC-Africa is the African regional section of AMARC International which brings together community radios from all over the continent. Through service to members, networking and project implementation, it aims to support and serve community radio broadcasters across the continent. It covers four sub-regions, West, Central, East and Southern Africa. It represents over 300 members in all the sub-regions of the continent. Emmanuel Boutterin, PresidentFranklin Huises, Vice president from Eastern and

BBC Media Action

BBC Media Action is the BBC’s international charity – we believe in media and communication for good. We reach more than 100 million people each year in some of the world’s poorest and most fragile countries. Our projects and programmes save lives, protect livelihoods, counter misinformation, challenge prejudice and build democracy. Chris Baker, CEOEmail: media.action@bbc.co.ukWebsite: bbc.co.uk/mediaactionAddress: BBC Media Action, 42-47 Minories EC3N 1DY LondonContact No.: +44 (0) 207 481 9797

Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa (Bloomberg Philanthropies)

The Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa is a pan-African program to build media capacity, convene international leaders and improve access to information in order to advance transparency, accountability and governance on the continent. The initial focus of the commitment will be on Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.The initiative will provide cross disciplinary education programs and mid-career fellowships to increase the number of highly-trained business and financial journalists, convene pan-African forums to

Capacity for Africa

Capacity for Africa is a renowned ICT and soft skills training and strategy implementation consultancy company. They have built a solid reputation in the training industry by providing comprehensive training solutions across a wide range of competency domains. They specialize in Communication for Development and Social Change training courses. Dr. Gosim Martin Chukwu, Director of Program/CEOEmail: info@capacityforafrica.com | training@capacityforafrica.comWebsite: www.cirafrica.com | http://www.capacityforafrica.com/Address: 1A Unity Road, Ikeja, NigeriaContact No. : +2348034963464

Kenya Community Media Network (KCOMNET)/ Africa Centre For Development Communication

Kenya Community Media Network (KCOMNET) is a non-profit organization and the national networking association for community media sector in Kenya. Community media engaged by KCOMNET include: Community radios, community newsletters, community resources centres, community cinema and community noticeboards. KCOMNET enriches community media through networking,capacity building, content development and policyadvocacy for transformative social change in Kenya Email: info@kcomnet.orgWebsite: https://kcomnet.org/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kcomnet/Address: Shalom House, off Ngong Rd, St. Daniel Comboni Rd, Wing C

PANOS Institute of Southern Africa

Panos Institute Southern Africa (PSAf) is a regional non-profit, non-governmental communication for development organization. They use innovative methodologies to engage the media and other key stakeholders to ensure that the development agenda is shaped and driven by the most affected members of Southern Africa’s communities.PSAf works in 12 Southern African nations, namely, Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. PSAf is part of

Training Centre for Development Cooperation in Eastern and Southern Africa

MS-TCDC is a Training Centre for Development Cooperation in Eastern and Southern Africa. The Centre is situated close to Arusha in Northern Tanzania (East Africa). Throughout the year different courses and workshops run concurrently in a lively international atmosphere promoting sharing of experience and cross-cultural discussions. Excellent facilities together with a quiet and pleasant atmosphere make it an ideal place for reflection and learning. Short course: Development Communication Participants will have developed skills to

Association for Communication Excellence

ACE is an international association of communicators, educators and information technologists. It offers professional development and networking for individuals who extend knowledge about agriculture, natural resources, and life and human sciences. Through this international network, ACE members have access to learning opportunities to enhance professional success, opportunities to publish in ACE’s peer-reviewed journal, and job postings that can open doors to career advancement. Capacity development initiatives: Annual conferences, workshops and

Calandria, Association of Social Communicators

CALANDRIA is a civil society association that promotes communication to share information and knowledge, and to encourage an inclusive public debate at the national level, giving voice to different actors and agendas. Develops and implements strategies and innovative communication methodologies, systematizes experiences, performs diagnostics, research, and evaluation to ensure the effectiveness of its interventions, and develops graphic and audio-visual communication products targeted to different audiences and development themes. Capacity development

Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions (Spider)

Description: The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions (Spider) is a resource center for ICT for Development (ICT4D). Spider was established in 2004 and is based at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV) at Stockholm University. Capacity development initiatives: The Spider ICT4D seminar series aims to collect and share ICT4D knowledge from around the world. Speakers in the series are well-established scholars, practitioners, or activists, who share