Web Sites that bring together development links

Development Links
Prepared by Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester. Excellent collection of sources, includes:
  1. Useful Sites to Start Development Information Searches
  2. Online Development Databases
  3. Manchester-Based Development Databases
  4. Maps/Pictures
  5. Information from Specific Development Organisations
  6. Discussion/Answering Specific Questions on Development Topics
  7. Developing Country News and Newspapers Online
  8. Checking Connectivity in Developing Countries
  9. Citing Electronic Sources
  10. Other IDPM-Related Topic Sites: Information Technology; Human
    Resources; Public Sector Management; Small Enterprise Development
  11. Job Vacancies in Development
Photo India

Forum: Habitat in Developing Countries
The site has three components: links (recommended), dev-habitat (discussion list), newsletter (conferences, etc.) and projects (very limited). It is maintained by the "Forum: Habitat in Developing Countries", an initiative of the Library "Territorio Ambiente" of the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic of Torino.

One World
Gateway to non-governmental organizations. Contains news, directory of NGOs, job listings, access to Earthscan and Intermediate Technology Books, and more.

Action Without Borders
Global clearinghouse of nongovernmental and voluntary organizations. Formerly “Contact.org”. Practitioner oriented: good ‘how to find’/how to help’ sections.

Information Systems for International Development
Collection of links on information technology related to development.

Photo, Brazil Hill Squatter
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