1996 Annual Report

by Washington Office on Africa
Washington, DC, United States
8 pages
Contents: Legislative Program • Protecting Foreign Assistance to Africa • Weighing in on Trade • Legislation • Responding to Countries in Crisis • Public Education and Outreach • Media Support • Special Forums in the District of Columbia • Outreach to Key Congressional Districts • Rapid Response Network • Public Speaking Engagements • Print Program • Electronic Distribution Program • Africa Advocacy Awards • WOA Administration • A Look Ahead to 1997 • Board of Directors of the Washington Office on Africa 1996 • The report discusses Zaire, the economic marginalization of Africa, making peace, building justice, the Development Fund for Africa (DFA), the African Development Foundation (ADF), the International Development Association (IDA), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Foreign Operations Apparitions bill, Bread for the World, trade and investment links with Africa, Rep McDermott, Rep. Crane, Rep. Rangel, Rep. Gilman, an Africa Trade and investment Caucus (ATIC), H.R. 4198, human rights, Chief Moshood Abiola, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Ogonl activists, sanctions, Sen. Nancy Kassebaum, Rep. Payne, Action for Southern Africa, the Holland Committee on Southern Africa (KZA), Hidipo Hamutenya, William Minter, Ben Jackson, UNITA, Sister Janice McLaughlin, Maryknoll Sisters, Sen. Paul Simon, Dr. Howard Wolpe, and Jean Sindab.
Used by permission of the Washington Office on Africa.