The DATA REPORT 2006

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Of importance to all Africans. Click here to read The DATA Report 2006.

Kind regards and Be Well

Robert 

UPDATE 8 AUG 2006: 

I wanted you all to know that Afrigadget has been mentioned in DATA’s despatches.

One year later, DATA (Debt AIDS Trade Africa) published its annual report, providing a country-by-country analysis of the G8’s commitment in debt relief, AIDS treatment and prevention, development assistance and trade. Although links can be found at some blogs, like AfriGadget, there is considerably less commentary on the DATA report from the general blogging community. Interested bloggers and readers can find the full report, conclusions and recommendations at the DATA Report site.” 

It proves that there is still much to do in terms of bringing Africa’s problems to the attention of the rest of the world, so will you please start mentioning Africa and Afrigadget in your blogs or on the forums whenever you deem it appropriate to do so.

Even better link back to this post here at Afrigadget and to DATA

 

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Erik is the owner of White African, a blog about technology and Africa. He is the co-founder of Zangu, a new web and mobile phone application that he hopes will change communication in Africa. AfriGadget is another web project of his, not that he doesn't have enough of those already...

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  2. Hi Robert,
    The trackback you received came from a post on the DATA Report that I wrote for the dropping knowledge blog, The Drop, not from DATA itself. The link is at the top of the previous comment.

    I also liked your link on the Popular Science Power Planet Map and did a post on the magazine’s alternative energy special report. Great links!

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