"... Training and development issues are suffering from the lack of local publications our knowledge about these issues has not been recorded enough in written form. We need to make a concerted effort to keep track of our current activities by safeguarding them in publications. This is one of the key contributions of the NEGROPOLIS Foundation to future generations in sub-Saharan Africa..."
The NEGROPOLIS Founder
Publications of the NEGROPOLIS Foundation
The NEGROPOLIS Foundation uses its publications to present a comprehensive account of its activities as well as the results of the studies it sponsors to a broad readership. In so doing it addresses not only members of academia, research and science, but also interested individuals active in government, business, and society. In this way, the Foundation wishes to raise awareness and encourage discussion of development-related topics both inside and outside sub-Saharan Africa. The pilot studies sponsored by the Foundation are intended to serve other projects where applicable (replicability and best practice) on the one hand, while at the same time stimulating and promoting sustainable and viable development in scholarship and research on sub-Saharan Africa.
The publications thus serve a dual purpose: material documentation of scholarly work as well as support for interested parties in their practical projects.
The NEGROPOLIS Foundation also publishes online and FREE OF CHARGE scholarly works that it has not sponsored. This offer applies to all work that addresses development issues in a developing country or countries. It is open to scholars and journalists from around the world. The publications should be written in one of the official languages of the United Nations. Interested parties may contact the NEGROPOLIS Foundation at any time.