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Fahamu



Address: (Southern African Regional Office) PO Box 70740, Overport
City: Durban
Country: South Africa
Postal Code: 4067
Phone Number: 27 - (0)31-207-1144
Fax Number: 27 - (0)31-207-1194
General Information:


Fahamu is committed to supporting progressive social change in the South through using information and communication technologies.

Fahamu specialises in making electronic information available to this community by:

Producing electronic newsletters disseminating news, information and debate about social justice in Africa
Producing distance learning materials for human rights and humanitarian organisations
Providing training through face-to-face workshops
Managing websites for our partners
Making web-based resources available for offline use
Undertaking social policy research on Africa

Fahamu has a small core of staff and associates located both in UK and Africa. The word 'Fahamu' comes from the Kiswahili word for understanding

We believe that civil society organisations have a critical role to play in defending human rights, and that information and communications technologies can and should be harnessed for that cause. We are committed to enabling civil society organisations to use the Internet in the interests of promoting social justice.

Fahamu comprises a small core of highly skilled and experienced staff based in Oxford (UK) and in Durban (South Africa), and associates based in the UK and internationally. Our headquarters are in Oxford. Fahamu also works with a wide range of international partners.

This area contains information about our staff, our associates, the organisations that fund us, our partners and organisations for whom we have provided services.

Fahamu Limited is a not-for-profit organisation registered as a company limited by guarantee in England (reg no 4241054), and as Fahamu Trust SA in South Africa (IT 372/01).
On The Web 
info@fahamu.org.za

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 South African History Archive 
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 The Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI)  
 Khanya College 
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