I guess you are talking about:
Manji, F. et. al. (1998) 'Enhancing the Capacity of Human Rights and
Advocacy Organizations in Southern Africa'. An IDRC Study/Acacia Initiative
From: Ben Parker [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 29 August 2000 09:59
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Internet Access in sub-Saharan Africa - Research
The Acacia project of IDRC did a similar survey not so long ago.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: African Network of IT Experts and Professionals (ANITEP) List
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Leila Mottahedeh
> Sent: 28 August 2000 22:18
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Internet Access in sub-Saharan Africa - Research
> I am a Masters student in Information and Communication Studies at
> Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
> My name is Leila Mottahedeh, and the basis of my research is to
> evaluate the
> extent to which Human Rights Non-Government Organisations can
> improve access
> to the Internet in developing sub-Saharan African countries.
> Respondents to this questionnaire will have experience and/or knowledge of
> Internet development, and the bridging of the information and
> digital divide
> in sub-Saharan Africa.
> I would appreciate any support through the completion of the
> attached brief
> The form can be completed in 2 types of format. Please choose one
> compatible to your PC - text only / word document. There are 25
> and it should take approximately 20 minutes of your time to complete. The
> form has been designed to enable you to add your answers (in your chosen
> format) using your PC. Once you have completed the electronic form please
> save the document and then forward back to the above address.
> Confidentiality - The information and comments provided in your responses
> will remain solely as part of the research and analysis for this project.
> The analysis will not include personal details.
> If you are interested in the outcome of this questionnaire I will
> be pleased
> to forward the information to you.
> I appreciate you giving your time to this and thank you for your help.
> Leila Mottahedeh