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Provides a free service for the redistribution of computers to nonprofits.
Maplecroft provides a comprehensive portfolio of mapping solutions including customised global, regional and single-country maps, both in print and online. Primarily a commercial organisation, Maplecroft has formed and facilitated several strong multi-lateral partnerships with business, lobby...
InterConnection makes internet technology accessible to non-profit organisations in developing countries. The organisation provides high quality, low cost and free internet services, refurbished computers, and internet and computer training programmes.
Emap Site is a geoportal providing a one stop shop for digital geographic data and online mapping services for professionals in Great Britain. The website includes many free GIS plug-ins for download to improve system functionality.
SitaShop, a wholly-owned by Sita Multimedia Sdn. Bhd. and a part of the Sita Group of Companies, is an online IT retailer and service provider.
The Anglican Church in Lusaka is an organisation in Zambia working with youths to combat issues of HIV AIDS in local communities, and training women and men to participate in home-based care for the terminally ill. It also conducts religious activities.
Africa-America Institute (AAI) administers short- and long-term graduate education and professional training programs for Africans at institutions in the Africa, Europe, Latin America and the United States. AAI helps shape and inform U.S. polices towards Africa through symposia, study tours,...
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is a non-profit association dedicated to research to develop a $100 laptop, aiming to enhance child education worldwide. This initiative was launched by faculty members at the MIT Media Lab. It was first announced by Lab co-founder Nicholas Negroponte, now chairman of...
The Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness (CCEP) is a not-for-profit organisation based in Burlington, Ontario devoted to the promotion of emergency risk management to individuals, communities and organizations, in both government and the private sector, with the aim of reducing the risk,...
Coral Content Distribution Network is a free peer-to-peer content distribution network which allows users to run a high performance website using a cable modem costing $50 a month. Coral uses a novel indexing abstraction which avoids communicating with more distant or heavily-loaded servers.