Nepal Africa Film Festival - 2017 Sep 18 - Sep 20 · Russian Center of Science & Culture (Nepal)· Kathmandu


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Fredskorpset (FK)

Fredskorpset - FK - facilitates the mutual exchange of personnel between organisations and businesses in Norway and Africa, Asia and Latin-America. Our mandate is to contribute to a lasting improvement in economic, social and political conditions around the world.

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Alliance Française of Kathmandu

Alliance Française of Kathmandu is pleased to organize “les jeudis du cinéma” (The Thursdays of Cinema), every thursday from September 4 until September 25 around an eclectic program for children and adults, cinema lovers or not.

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College of Journalism and Mass Communication (CJMC)

The College of Journalism and Mass Communication (CJMC) is a pioneer in media education of Nepal. It was established in 2001 with the objective of producing professional print and broadcast journalists as well as development communication agents in the country, who move on to positions of leadership and influence.

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Nepal Film Board

Film Development Board (FDB) was established on 30 June 2000 by the Government of Nepal according to the existing Motion Picture (Production, Exhibition and Distribution) Act amended on 20th November 1991. The establishment of the Film Development Board was in accordance with the Government's deep interest in developing and promoting motion pictures in Nepal.

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Makerere University

Established in 1922 as a humble technical school, Makerere University is one of the oldest and most prestigious Universities in Africa. In January of that year, the school, which was later renamed Uganda Technical College, opened its doors to 14 day students who began studying Carpentry, Building and Mechanics. The College soon began offering various other courses in Medical Care, Agriculture , Veterinary Sciences and Teacher Training.

It expanded over the years to become a Center for Higher Education in East Africa in 1935. In 1937, the College started developing into an institution of higher education, offering post-school certificate courses.

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Francophonie Nepal

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The International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT), is a vibrant international network of women working in television, film, radio and web-based journalism. Every two years we host an international conference that involves workshops, screenings and professional networking. Our prestigious international documentary competition helps promote exceptional work made by and about women and we also offer scholarship opportunities to our members. IAWRT, was founded in 1951 and has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

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AMWIK (Association of Media Women in Kenya)

Established in 1983, the Association of Media Women in Kenya is a national independent, non profit, membership organization for media women from the print, electronic media and commuinications sector. AMWIK works to empower women and commuinities to participate in the development of their society by giving voice to the issues that are most important to them.

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EMWA (Ethiopia Media Women's Association)

Ethiopia Media Women's Association is an association of female journalists, media nad communication experts. Was founded in 1997 to promote women's rights and issues of women's concern in, and through, the media. It has 167 members in Addis Ababa and regions.

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TAMWA (Tanzania Media Women's Association)

Tanzania Media Women's Association is a non-partisan, non-profit sharing profiessional media Association registered under the Societies Ordinance on 17th of November 1987. The Association brining together more than 100 women journalists uses media to advocate for \women and children's rights.

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UMWA (Uganda Media Women's Association)

Uganda Media Women's Association came into existence in 1983 after the realisation that Uganda did not have an umberella body to cater for the professional interests of media women as well as the informatino needs of the marginalized in society. SInce its inception in 1983, UMWA has opened and runs two women focussed media outlets - a radio station, 101.7 Mama FM and a newspaper, The Other Voice (TOV)

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ZAMWA (The Zambia media Women's Association)

The Zambia media Women's Association is a association that draws its memberswhip form women journalists working for various institutions and media organizations. Its programmes are targeted at the plight of the marginalized rural women, and women journalists in particular. ZAMWA endeavours to promote the interest of women, to ensure that they have access to, and actively participated in the media.

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University of Juba - South Sudan

Juba University was founded in 1975 in response to the need for higher education in southern areas of Sudan. Due to the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983 - 2005), the university relocated to Khartoum, for safety of staff, students and infrastructure. In 2006, the government at that time agreed to change the name of the university to Juba National University. Following the attainment of independence by South Sudan in July 2011, the university has relocated back to Juba, where it was founded. The university gives instruction in the English language.

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