African Biodiversity Network (ABN) is a regional network of organisations seeking African solutions to the environmental and socio-economic challenges that face the continent.
Anamed was intitated in 1986 in D.R.Congo by African healers, nurses and the German pharmacist Hans-Martin Hirt. ‘Natural Medicine‘ was conceived as being the combination of the best of traditional herbal medicine together with accurate methods of preparation, dosage and storage of medicine.
Centre for African Family Studies (CAFS) is building Africa’s Capacity for healthier Families.
Eve’s Foundation strives to provide adequate health-care to families and has promoted maternal and child health by expanding antenatal, postnatal and child health services to the people of Ghana.
Self Help Foundation is an initiative operating in the resettling communities of Uganda
The African Rural Development Movement (ARUDMO) works with women, youth and rural communities in Ghana, Togo, Benin, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Kenya and South Africa.
The African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) is a pan-African child rights organization concerned with the status and protection of children.
Womanshope empowers women and the society through socio-economic awareness on current global issues.
The Sierra Leone Nurses Association works together to provide quality care for the benefit of the people of Sierra Leone.
Lesotho Nurses Association (LNA) provides strong nursing leadership for a healthy, motivated and efficient health workforce serving the people of Lesotho.
Zambia Nurses Association is a professional body, non-governmental and non-partisan organization which was founded in 1950 by nurses to represent interests of nurses and Midwives in Zambia.
The Southern African Network of Nurses and Midwives (SANNAM) is a network of 14 SADC National Nurses Associations in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative medicines AJTCAM) publishes research in all areas of applied medicinal plants, traditional medicine, complementary alternative medicine, food and agricultural technologies, and promotion of healthy use of medicinal products.
The African Herbal pharmacopoeia, presented by The African Association of Medicinal Plant Standards (AAMPS), provides comprehensive, up to date botanical, commercial and phytochemical information on over fifty of the most important African medicinal plants.
The East, Central and Southern African Health Community is an organization to strengthen regional cooperation and capacity amongst member states.
Mission in Health Care and Development (MHCD) is to see that the Bungoma District, Kenya and Bukavu-Uvira Sud-Kivu province, Democratic Republic of Congo is reduced of poverty and the most dangerous chronic diseases that has claimed many lives, leaving many orphans.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria is the only legal, administrative, corporate and statutory body charged with the performance of specific functions on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Uganda Private Midwives Association provides quality, accessible and affordable reproductive health services including primary health care to the Ugandan community
The Nairobi Hospital is recognized throughout East Africa and beyond as an advanced diagnostic and treatment facility staffed by highly qualified professionals.
Council for Economic Empowerment for Women of Africa [CEEWA] promotes the economic empowerment of women in the development process.
FOCUSIMS® is a private, easily-accessible and personalised feminine health and midwifery practice in Lagos Nigeria.
Ananse Village Ghana aims to develop a cultural project in the rural world, where the vast majority of the people of Ghana (& of the whole Africa) live and where traditional cultures and costumes are better maintained.
Patisae Travel aims to support African local communities and bring their traditions, customs, history, culture and voices to a global and international environment.
History makers aims to complete 5,000 interviews of both well-known and unsung African American HistoryMakers.
Kenyan Neem Foundation The Africa Herbalists Association specializes in the history of traditional healing in Africa. Learn the extensive library of African herbs and their healing properties, ancient herb and food recipes and how they are relevant today from an African point of view.
Black Herbals specializes in natural and holistic products that reflect African culture and ancient herbal traditions seemingly lost to recent generations of the Diaspora.
Herbal Africa merges traditional values and knowledge with scientific and modern components in order to provide affordable, effective and novel medicines.
Afritradomedic is based in Nigeria and they are developing a promising remedy for fibroids which is currently affecting young Nigerian ladies and many other women in Africa. They have also assisted many health establishments to minimize needless blood transfusion especially for pregnant women after delivery by introducing to them Jobelyn which is currently the most powerful natural antioxidant in the whole world.
The African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health is the first African journal with a specific focus on maternity matters, providing African midwives and nurses with a new voice.
The Nurses Association of Botswana is the national spokesperson for nurses in Botswana. Operated for and by nurses since 1968, the Association currently represents over 50% of nurses in the country.
The Ethiopian Nurse Midwives Association (ENMA) is the national organization representing midwives and the profession of midwifery in Ethiopia.
National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK)- is the National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK), which is the professional body representing all nurses in Kenya working to promote social-economic development of nurses, excellences in nursing practice and leadership through high standards of nursing education and research in collaboration with others.
African journal of biotechnology. A quarterly scientific publication from East Africa: most recent issue and back issues available.
African diaspora archaeology newsletter. The newsletter includes scholarly articles on excavations and historical research, new book lists, event announcements, and lists of recently completed American doctoral dissertations on African and African diaspora archaeology.
Think Africa press. A current and recent news analysis magazine. “Bringing together commentary from leading African and international thinkers, we make sense of rolling news…”
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). The National Association of Black Journalists, 3000 members strong with 74 affiliated professional chapters and 51 student chapters, is the largest media organization for people of color in the world.