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CTA. 2000. Training organisations . Spore 86. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The African Publishers Network (APNET), set up to promote local publishing in Africa, now brings together national publishers associations in more than 27 countries in Africa. It organises short-courses on publishing techniques.PO Box 3773,...
The African Publishers Network (APNET), set up to promote local publishing in Africa, now brings together national publishers associations in more than 27 countries in Africa. It organises short-courses on publishing techniques. PO Box 3773, Harare, Zimbabwe. Fax: + 263 4 705 106 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.africanpublishers.org CESPA, a specialist centre on communication for development, offers services in the design of multimedia, and training and advice in the development and implementation of communication strategies. BP 1820, Bamako, Mali Fax: + 223 21 11 09 Email: email@example.com The Institut supérieur des sciences de l information et de la communication (ISSIC) organises professional training courses in communication. BP 15948, Dakar-Fann, Senegal Fax: + 221 825 06 06 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The New Media Laboratory provides short- and long-term courses in communication in Southern Africa. Department of Journalism & Media Studies, Rhodes University Grahamstown 6140, South Africa Fax: + 27 12 46 603 84 47, Website: nml.ru.ac.za
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