Other On-Line Resources Related to Burundi
The index has been created by The Norwegian
Council for Africa, as part of its comprehensive
effort to strengthen the knowledge of Africa
and African affairs. The projects has been developed
in cooperation with the information company
Gazette, and wit h financial support from the
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Burundi (Karen Fung)
Resources represents part of Karen Fung's "Africa
South of the Sahara Electronic Guide". It covers:
news, history, geography, etc..
Women's Associations and Grassroots Peacebuilding
This website contains information about women
associations in Burundi based on research and
a workshop funded by USIP
- Music of Burundi
This site provides information about popular Burundian artists, musical styles, and instruments.
- Greater Horn of Africa Initiative
The GHAI, a no-fee resource accessible via email,
telnet, gopher, and the WWW, is catalyzing the
sharing of site reports, fact sheets, activity
summaries, data sets, scientific papers and
analyses. Field operations guides, disaster
histories, and activity summaries are being
added. Through an exciting tool called Interactive
Data Rendering, GHAI users can select data to
Central Africa Crisis
These resources are provided by the International
Crisis Group (ICG) is a private, multinational
organization committed to strengthening the
capacity of the international community to understand
and respond to crises.
- Languages of Burundi
The Ethnologue is a catalog of the world's languages
including information on alternate names, number
of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic
affiliation, and other sociolinguistic and demographic
information. This database represents the 12th
edition of the Ethnologue, published in 1992.
News provided by the Integrated Regional Information
Networks (IRIN), part of the UN Office for the
Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
Dr. Ali B.