Advocacy Network for Africa

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Advocacy Network for Africa (ADNA) "is a progressive non-partisan network of more than 200 US-based organizations, which maintain some significant focus on Africa or U.S.-Africa relations in their work." [1]

"Under the name of the Southern Africa Working Group (SAWG), this network was founded to share information and mobilize action in solidarity with the anti-Apartheid and grassroots liberation movements of the Southern African countries still remaining under white minority rule. With the successes of those movements during the late 80s and early 90s, SAWG needed to rename itself and define a new agenda. Adopting the new name - The Advocacy Network for Africa (ADNA) - it took up the task of addressing a broad spectrum of US/Africa foreign policy issues, with an expanded focus on sub-Saharan Africa, and some attention to the northern African countries." [2]

"There are 250 organizations in ADNA as of Mar 17, 2007." Here are a selection:

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Web: http://adna.africafocus.org