Category: Eastern Africa

The UN defines Eastern Africa as 19 territories: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Mozambique and Madagascar, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Comoros, Mauritius, Seychelles, Réunion, and Mayotte.
  • Disabled beggars in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
    • This study brings together qualitative and quantitative data to better understand the lives of people with disabilities who beg in Ethiopia. It sets out to provide an initial understanding of the lives of disabled beggars with particular emphasis on determining social and economic factors, and sequences of events or patterns of behaviour that are common to people with disabilities who now work as beggars.
  • Never Again: Educational Reconstruction in Rwanda
    • "Never Again" covers the provision of education for the people of Rwanda, including internally displaced persons and returning refugees. It emphasizes the work of the Minstry of Education in reconstructing the education system.
  • Refugee Law Project
    • The Refugee Law Project (RLP) provides legal aid to asylum seekers and refugees in Uganda and works to empower asylum seekers, refugees, deportees, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives.
  • The World Factbook - Ethiopia
    • This page provides an overview of the history, geography, basic demographics, economic status, and political status of Ethiopia.
  • The World Factbook - Uganda
    • This page provides an overview of the history, geography, basic demographics, economic status, and political status of Uganda.
  • The World Factbook - Zambia
    • This page provides an overview of the history, geography, basic demographics, economic status, and political status of Zambia.
  • The World Factbook - Zimbabwe
    • This page provides an overview of the history, geography, basic demographics, economic status, and political status of Zimbabwe.
  • UNESCO Nairobi Cluster: United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
    • This paper has been prepared by UNESCO-Nairobi and UNEP and is intended to guide in the development and implementation of strategic frameworks for DESD in the UNESCO Nairobi cluster countries. Its purpose is to inform national authorities responsible for education in the cluster countries on the goals of the Decade, the contextualization of ESD in Africa and at country level, the relevant policy issues, role of stakeholders, guidelines for implementation, monitoring and evaluation of DESD activities.
  • World Bank - Uganda
    • On this page, you can download publications and data about Uganda, particularly in relation to poverty, education, health, and human development. Also learn about World Bank projects and activities in the country.
  • World Bank: Ethiopia
    • Information about poverty in Kenya and about local programs funded by the World Bank.
  • World Bank: Kenya
    • Information about poverty in Kenya and about local programs funded by the World Bank.