Report 1999

by The Africa Fund
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about spring 2000
7 pages
Type: Report
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Africa, Ghana, Mauritania, Nigeria, Sudan, Uganda
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Hope for Africa • Democracy • Debt Relief • Development • The Africa Fund • projects • Informing the Faith Community • Aiding African Projects • education & publications • Engaging Public Officials With Africa • Publications • Media • defending human rights • GENERAL & ADMINISTRATION • MEMBERSHIP & FUNDRAISING • Advisory Committee • Trustees • Financial Results • This annual report discusses military dictatorship, loans, education, health care, diamonds, Aleah Bacquie, the South African Council of Churches (SACC), the Independent Electoral Commission, the Ford Foundation, slavery, the State Department, Boubacar Messaoud, Trinity Baptist Church, SOS-SLAVES, Sunanda Ghosh, the Progressive National Baptist Convention, the American Baptist Church, the African Heritage Studies Association, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright,  debt relief, emergency assistance, Sowore Omoyele, military rule, Sani Abacha, oil, the Niger Delta, the Federation of Ogoni Women’s Association, Ogoniland, WBAI, David Goodman, the book Fault Lines: Journeys Into the New South Africa, Father Michael Lapsley, the Institute for the Healing of Memories, the ANC (African National Congress), Walter Sisulu, George Houser, Professor Herb Shore, HIV/AIDS, Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin, the G7 summit,  President Clinton, Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Susie Johnson, the African Women's Leadership Institute, Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi, Columbia University, New York City Councilmember Una Clarke, Akina Mama wa Afrika, the National Conference of State Legislatures, Connecticut Representative Reginald Beamon, Texas Representative Helen Giddings, Boston City Councilor Charles Yancey, the National Black Caucus of Locally Elected Officials, National Public Radio, Jennifer Davis, Thabo Mbeki, the Leadership Commission on the Nigerian Transition, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, NAACP President Kweisi Mfume, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, democratization, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Vicki Huddleston, the Corporate Council on Africa, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, Clement Nwankwo, the Constitutional Rights Project, Abdul Oroh, the Nigerian Civil Liberties Organization, Salih Booker, Muadi Dibinga, Celeste Douglas, Local 1199, the National Health and Human Services Employees Union AFL-CIO, Susan Taylor, Essence Magazine, Dumisani Kumalo, Michael Fleshman, and Tilden LeMelle.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: Private collection of Richard Knight