The institutions and initiatives listed here have agreed to support AfricArxiv and encourage African scientists – and non-African scientists who work on African topics – to share their research output in an Open Access repository, journal or on other freely accessible digital platforms.

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Africa Open Science Hardware (AfricaOSH) is a community of makers, hackers, practitioners and researchers in science and technology inclusive of government officials, private sector players and civil society across the African continent, the global south and the world. |

AuthorAid is a free pioneering global network that provides support, mentoring, resources and training for researchers in low- and middle-income countries. |

Bobab is connecting a global community of professionals passionate about science and technology in Africa. |

Center for Open Science (COS) is a non-profit technology company providing free and open services to increase inclusivity and transparency of research. |

Code for Africa is a people-driven movement that aims to empower active citizenry and strengthen civic watchdogs to help government shape and improve its services to citizens. |

eLearning Africa is the International Conference & Exhibition on
ICT for Education, Training & Skills Development. |

Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE) is an independent research institute dedicated to improve the quality of science, science education, and quality of life for scientists, students and their families. |

The International African Institute (IAI), hosted at SOAS University of London, aims to promote the scholarly study of Africa’s history, societies and cultures. The institute realizes its aims primarily by means of scholarly publishing. |

Open Knowledge Maps is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to improving the visibility of scientific knowledge for science and society. As part of its mission, Open Knowledge Maps operates the largest visual search engine for research in the world, which enables a diverse set of stakeholders to explore, discover and make use of scientific content. In addition, Open Knowledge Maps carries out trainings to improve literature search skills for different audiences. Open Knowledge Maps shares all of its source code, data, and content under an open license, and it openly publishes its roadmap and activities to enable broad community participation. | – Twitter: @OK_Maps

Open Science MOOC is designed to help equip students and researchers with the skills they need to excel in a modern research environment. |

r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation has a focus on creating sustainable open systems solutions with mechanisms of sustainable open culture methodologies using appropriate and community based resources and technologies including Open Source (i.e. FOSS and Open Hardware), Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Data and related Open ICT4D, DIY and Up-Cycling methodologies. |

TCC Africa – the Training Centre in Communication is the first African-based training centre to teach effective communication skills to scientists. |

Vilsquare – offers validated tailored data sets and insights about African opportunities without the necessity of being physically present. |

Join more than 100 signatories by declaring to adhere to the Principles for Open Access in Scholarly Communication in and about Africa.

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