African Technology Forum is the premier source of information on science and technology in Africa. We provide practical information to corporations, individuals and institutions in the US, Africa and the rest of the world. We publish a quarterly publication, provide consulting services and networking opportunities for those involved in business and research ventures affecting science and technology in Africa. We also coordinate the Equipment Exchange Program to supply institutions throughout Africa with much needed journals and equipment.
African Technology Forum includes volunteers with backgrounds in Architecture, Engineering, Finance, Journalism, Management Consulting, Management Information Systems, Medical Sciences, and the Sciences. We are professionals, students, faculty and staff affiliated with several colleges and universities in the United States. The organization is based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Over the past five years, ATF has been funded through subscriptions, advertising, grants and consulting fees.
Our subscribers are corporations, non-governmental organizations, development agencies, universities, professionals, and students in 85 countries around the world.
Grants have been donated by The World Bank, USA for Africa Foundation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New England Biolabs Foundation, volunteers, and individuals.
Consulting clients include the government of Cape Verde, Societé Africaine de Technologie Appropriée et de Developpement (Benin), and the US-Africa Business Council.
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