Safari trips to different parts of Africa.
Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, Mombasa
Traveling tips for vistors to Kenya and Tanzania
Voyagers International: Africa
Voyagers plans safaris of in-depth view of Africa's wildlife and cultures.
Safari information about Southern Africa: Malawi, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Domestic Animal Diversity
World Watch List for Domestic Animal Diversity FAO/UNEP (1995) World Watch List for
Animal Diversity. Second Edition. (ed. Beate D. Scherf). (E). Publ. by FAO, Rome, 769 pp.
Genetic Resources of Uganda (F.M.B. Mbuza)
This paper highlights the main Animal Genetic Resources (AGR) of Uganda, describes
evolutionary trends, their production systems and discusses the main factors affecting
Lemur sights and sounds
Pictures, sounds and information about the Lemurs of Madagascar.
Domestic Animal Diversity Information System
DAD-IS is a global information system with data on 3800 breeds of farm animals. DAD-
contributes to document and enhance the world's animal genetic resources. DAD-IS assists
better manage their animal genetic resources through tools, guidelines and contacts.
databse for information that pertain to Africa.
FAOSTAT Agriculture Statistics
FAO database contains time-series data (starting 1961) for over 210 countries and 1500
the production and trade of primary and derived crops and livestock products; agricultural
fertiliser, pesticides and insecticides (trade only); land use and population.
S. African African Wildlife
Pictures of wildlife from Southern Africa.
These resources are provided by Women In Development NETwork (WIDNET) and cover information for African Women with regard to health, business, nutrition, law, communications, training, etc.
WIDNET - Statistics: Africa
These resources are provided by Women In Development NETwork (WIDNET) and has statistical information on population, health, education, labor and power.
The AfricaW list is an unmoderated forum to support the struggle of African women for social progress in Africa and in the world at large and to discuss matters of mutual concern.
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