Senegalese Support Society
7600 Maple Avenue, 707
Tocama Park, MD 20912
Senegalese Association of Michigan
Created in November 1996 the Senegalese Association Of Michigan is a support organization for Senegalese Americans and their families. Saom was established for the purpose of facilitating the cultural, social and personal development of its members and their communities.
Senegalese Community for Aid and Self Development (SENCAD)
Senegambian Community in Pittsburgh
6010 Surrey Square Lane
Forestville, MD 20747
Sanda Progressive Union
1801 16th Street NW, 305
Washington, DC 20009
Sierra Leone Institute
of Policy Studies
735 Sligo Avenue, 206
Silver Springs, MD 20901
Sierra Leone Nat. Assoc.U.S.
6010 Surrey Square Lane
Forestville, MD 20747
Sierra Leonean Community in Greater Pittsburgh
SEADiaspora is an online publication/blog on African Affairs. We share diverse African perspectives, from the continent and the diaspora on Business and Development, Politics and Policy, Arts and Culture.
Stanford African Students Association (SASA)
We are a student organization committed to promoting awareness about the African continent, and fostering cultural and social ties with people of African descent and those interested in Africa in and around the Stanford community.
Stern in Africa – New York University (NYU) Stern Business School
Somali American Community Association
The mission of the Somali American Community Association is to promote the well being of refugees and immigrants through proactive services and support.
While our priority population is defined, we comply with the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that is, no person will be excluded from participating or be denied the benefits of any program, activity or service on the basis of race, sex, sexual preference, color, religion, ancestry, age, national origin, or disability.
Somali Bantu Association of America
Somali-Bantu Community Association of Onondaga County
The mission of the Somali Bantu Community Association of Onondaga County Inc. (SBCA) is to aid in the resettlement of refugee and immigrant groups by providing assistance, training, advocating, empowering refugee families and creating opportunities that promote self-sufficiency.
Somali Community Association of Ohio
Our mission is to advocate and promote self-sufficiency to the whole family through employment, education, cultural and social support and economic empowerment for immigrants. You are welcome regardless of color, race, ethnicity, religion, economic status and other distinctions. We server elders, working adults, youth and children for free.
Somali Community Center of Colorado
Somali Diaspora Initiative (Germany)
Somali Diaspora Organisation (Denmark)
Sub-Saharan Africa Chamber of Commerce
The Sub-Saharan Africa Chamber of Commerce is a trade and investment promotion organization whose mission is to enhance mutual partnership, trade and investment with Sub-Saharan Africa. We serve as an information resource for strategic market data, as a facilitator of stakeholder networking, a broker of key transactions, and a voice for our members and business community in the creation of ideal business and economic conditions that foster growth and prosperity in the private sector.
Sudanese Christian Fellowship in Finland
The Fellowship’s main vision and objective is to help it’s members to study God’s Word and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with Sudanese and others in Finland. We are an ecumenical group of people who unite with one another to encourage and pray for our brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ everywhere. The members come from the following Sudanese Churches: Roman Catholic church, Lutheran Church, Anglican church, Presbyterian church of the Sudan, Presbyterian Evangelical Church, Pentecostal Churches, African Inland Church, Sudanese Church of Christ, Sudan Interior Church, New Apostolic Church, Orthodox Church and Seventh Day Adventist Church.
The purpose of SORA is to provide a place for sharing research globally amongst people interested in the Sudanese Diaspora. SORA aims to support the development of a knowledge bank. We do this in the hope that it will ultimately aid in the provision of basic services to those Sudanese people who join the Diaspora and who then depend on sensitive service provision from nationals of their host countrie
SwaziDiaspora – Swaziland Diaspora Platform
The Swazi Diaspora Platform was born of the genuine desire by all Swazis based outside Swaziland. The aim is to have a space for reflection, engagement and open dialogue about the situation in Swaziland at all times. It shall coordinate efforts by Swazis in the Diaspora and others who would appreciate to share ideas relating to the grave situation in Swaziland and what needs to be done, including defining specific roles that can be assumed by the Diaspora community.
Swaziland Solidarity Network Canada
This site is a collection of articles and documents which focus on the political, social and economic issues in Swaziland. As Canadians, we are hoping to increase public awareness of the oppressive government of King Mswati III and to demand that our government actively supports democracy in this corrupt kingdom.