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.
Resources represents part of Karen Fung's "Africa South of the Sahara Electronic Guide". It covers: news, history, geography, etc..
African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning. This electronic exhibition catalog contains a number of photographs from the Bayly Art Museum's recent exhibition of African art. Related materials to be offered in the future include an exhibition of African masks.
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.
The Liberia Institute of Journalism (LIJ), a nonprofit, nonpartisan Journalism Education organization, informs, inspires and empowers journalists to exercise their rights and accept responsibilities as journalists in an emerging democracy. Liberia Institute of Journalism connects Journalists to their communities and institutions through challenging Journalism programs and services. The Institute in collaboration with the International Center of Washington, DC., publishes the WEST AFRICA NEWSLETTER, which focuses on human rights, development and democracy reporting and networking.
This resource on Liberia is provided by Lifewater Canada, a Christian non-profit organization focusing on training and equipping Nationals to drill water wells and built, install and maintain handpumps.
Collection of letter belonging to: Samson, Terrrel, besides relevant Liberian web resources, provided by University of Virginia
Reports on human rights situation in Liberia from 1989 to the present
General on-line resources on the history of Liberia
The untold story of America's African progeny is presented in Liberia: America's Stepchild. This dramatic documentary follows the parallel stories of America's relationship with the African republic of Liberia -- founded and backed by the American Colonization Society (ACS) and the U.S. government as a home for freeborn Blacks and former slaves -- and the settlers' relationship with the indigenous people. As seen through the eyes of Liberian filmmaker Nancee Oku Bright, the film also explores the causes of the turmoil that has ravaged Liberia since 1980.
Collection of bird stamps from Liberia
List of important cities in Liberia, and their demographic information