Afritedia (very slow, moving to a new server this week) is a free service of the non-profit African Institution of Technology (AFRIT). Our vision is to ensure that no African academic, scholarly or relevant document is ever lost. From theses to African technology techniques, from legal notes to seminar papers, from student projects to working papers, etc, we want all data in this database.
Starting next week, you can post only your thesis or project abstract of summary without having to post the whole thesis. We are moving the site to a better server where it can be faster.
Posting could be done by the institution or by the researcher or student. This service is completely free. Should you need a mini-version of Afritedia in your school database, please contact the Team.
In line with our commitment to strengthen Africa’s digital ecosystem, we are running a promo of one free website, every month for one African institution or scholar – private or public. If you are interested, please contact the Team.
Africa – This is your tool. Our grandparents did not massively develop indigenous ways of writing (thanks Ethiopians), resulting to enormous loss of knowledge. Today, we cannot afford to be burning student theses and within few years, revisit a problem someone had solved. For progress and development, we need to collaborate and Afritedia is that platform.