Africa by Eldis,
Institute for Development Studies
to resources on the region, sorted by country. Eldis
is an Internet gateway, produced by the British
Library for Development Studies, funded by Danida.
Africa South of
the Sahara - Tanzania
to resources on the region, sorted by country and
subjects. Prepared by Karen Fung for the Electronic
Technology Group, African Studies Association, USA.
At Stanford University.
Links to resources on Africa, sorted by country and
subjects. By the African Studies Center at the
University of Pennsylvania, Prof. Sandra T. Barnes.
gateway to Africa. Resources sorted by subjects and
country. With a clickable map.
to other resources by country. By AdmiNet
Internet Resources - Tanzania
to resources on Africa, sorted by country and region. Research-oriented.
At Columbia University.
- German-Tanzanian Friendship
Society was established in 1986. Members are
Germans and Tanzanians. They support projects
in Tanzania including WAMATA, an AIDS counseling
and support center. Webmasters, Richard
Madete and Marc Danneschewski, also host a Tanzania NGO Network site. Madete has a Tanzania Home Page as well.
Greater Horn Information
Exchange (US Aid)
provided by organisations and institutions that are
active in the Greater Horn region. Hosted by the US
Aid. Information on Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, and regional.
INCORE Guide to Internet Sources on
Conflict and Ethnicity in Tanzania
From INCORE, the
Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity, a
joint initiative of the University of Ulster and the
United Nations University. Based in Northern Ireland.
Mike Shand's Tanzania
home page on Tanzania. By Mike Shand, University of Glasgow,
A "worldwide list for the discussion of
genealogy and history of the Indian
communities of East Africa, inclusive of
Kenya,Uganda and Tanzania." To
subscribe, send email to: LISTSERV@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM
Leave the Subject line blank. In the Message
- Tanzania Home Page
English, German or Swahili. General
information, links to Tanzania and
Swahili-related sites. Includes a directory of the
Tanzania press, reports on internet service
providers, lists by Richard Madete of
Kiswahili dictionaries, books on Kiswahili
proverbs, and a "Comprehensive
Swahili Reference in Poetry" - a list (including
journal articles) of Swahili literature and
poetry titles, arranged by author. Site
maintained by Richard Madete
For discussion of topics related to cultural,
academic and technical matters and exchange
of any information related to the peoples of Uganda,
in particular and the East African
Nile Basin countries: Kenya, Tanzania,
Rwanda, and Burundi in general. To
subscribe, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the message area put: SUB unile-list
The owner is Itiakorit John Osele:
Department of the Army / Library of Congress: African
Country Studies [Area Handbooks]
continuing series of books prepared by the Federal
Research Division of the Library of Congress under
the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored
by the Department of the Army. This online series
presently contains studies of 85 countries. No
Tanzania page as of yet.
Central Intelligence Agency, USA
facts on all countries, maps and flags. Prepared by the
Central Intelligence Agency for the use of US
World Bank: Countries and Regions:
and findings from the World Bank group on Africa.
- Timegate - Zanzibar Network
Site created by Kamal Gordhan, a Zanzibari
living in the UK, "dedicted to the
people and history of Zanzibar.". Has
many links to Zanzibar-related sites.
Zanzibar's Postal History
history by cartographer Menno-Jan Kraak.
Ethnologue is a catalogue of more than 6,700
languages spoken in 228 countries. The Ethnologue
Name Index lists over 39,000 language names,
dialect names, and alternate names. The Ethnologue
Language Family Index organizes
languages according to language families.
- East African Popular Music -
Kenya, Tanzania, Zaire
Page by Dr. Douglas Paterson (an
anthropologist) with articles on Kenya,
Tanzania popular music, annotated
discographies by Paterson on Kenya and
Tanzania music prepared for The Rough
Guide to World Music, includes some
- Nyakyusa Homepage
The Nyakyusa live in Tanzania and Malawi. Has
a bibliography on the Nyakyusa including
journal articles, stories in Nyakyusa.
Afro-Caribbean Musics, devoted to the promotion of
the Afro-Caribbean culture by the mean of it's music
- The Sukuma Museum (Mwanza,
traditional arts and culture taking place
among traditional doctors, chiefs, artists,
and dancers. Covers history, politics, and
religion in Usukuma, Sukuma dancing, dance
societies and ties to Denmark, healing
practices, chiefs and royal history, a
history and tour of the Sukuma Museum.
- Zanzibar International Film
Festival (First) July 11-18,1998
Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
organisation of free independent sovereign
states which have agreed to co-operate in
developing their natural and human resources
for the good of all their people'. With its
21 member states and population of 385
million it forms a major integrated trading
- MBendi's economic profile
By Mbendi Information
Service. Information on the business
opportunities and challenges in the countries
of Africa, the companies and organisations
active in various industry sectors (Oil, Gas,
Chemicals, Mining etc.), the leading business
and government personalities, a directory of
products and services, the larger development
projects currently underway in Africa, and
information on the African Stock Exchanges.
- COMESA, Common Market for
Eastern and Southern Africa
- Information on
customs tariffs by country, road/transport
including road distances, economic profiles
for each country (Angola, Burundi, Comoros,
D.R. Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya,
Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia,
Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan, Swaziland,
Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe).
- University of Dar es Salaam
- Uongozi Institute, East Africa
University of Dar es Salaam in
collaboration with the University of Nairobi,
Makerere University (Uganda) and the
University of California, Los Angeles' James
S. Coleman African Studies Center will
inaugurate the UONGOZI (Leadership)
Institute, a summer school, July 4 to August
15, 1998, in Tanzania.
HealthNet Africa - health
information network. Covers many African countries.
Advisories, 1996-1997 - East Africa
for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, USA.
UPENN African Studies -
Links to health related information including health
profiles of many African countries.
International - Tanzania
Department - Human Rights Reports on Africa
1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997
Queer Resources Directory - Africa
Human Rights and homosexuality in African countries
Human Rights Watch - Africa
york based international hr-organisation.
news digest by the NCA, sorted by
country, region and organisation. See also our index
on news sources.
Africa News Server -
News Service reports on Tanzania.
AFP-Stories on (in
France-Press (AFP) stories on Tanzania. Price: 2
French francs per story
AP-Stories on Tanzania
Associated Press stories on Tanzania, by The
BBC World News
page on CNN.
verison of the East African newspaper.
weekly. Published on Thursdays.
Service - Tanzania Page
from organisations and bureaus participating in the One World project
Reuters stories on Tanzania, by Yahoo.
Back logged by two
parliaments around the world - Tanzania
Election facts by Wilfred Derksen.
African Governments on
the WWW - Tanzania
African political resources - Tanzania
of political sites sorted by country, with links to
parties, organisations, governments, media.
City.Net Africa - Tanzania
to other resources by country.
INFOHUB Tanzania Page
travel-related information on Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro Adventure Travel
and travel infomation to various parts of Africa
Lonely Planet Travellers
experiences and reccomendations.
A Trip to Tanzania
Pictures of the
National Parks of Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara, the
Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar.