iAfrika Pilot Project Report

iAfrika is a digital libraries service that provides access to information about customs, clan histories and cultural phenomena like dreams, in African languages. This type of information is often unavailable in books or on the Internet but is important to people’s cultures, histories and identities. Based on McNulty Consulting’s theory of change, iAfrika has the […]

The Five Hundred Year Archive

The Five Hundred Year Archive (FHYA) project is the focus of Grant’s post-doctoral research fellowship at the Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative. The FHYA aims to develop and promote understandings of the archival possibilities of materials located both within and outside of institutions and to facilitate their engagement. Project Focus The project team has […]

McNulty Consulting Theory of Change: Local Knowledge in Local Languages

McNulty Consulting has developed an exciting new theory of change that focuses on local content in local languages. It is aligned to the South African government’s National Development Plan, the African Union’s Agenda 2063 and the United Nations’ developments goals, defined in its 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The theory of change advances the idea […]

Access, Skills and Development in Africa
: Local Knowledge in Local Languages

Niall will be presenting on the Ulwazi Programme in Session 174a at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Cape Town on Wednesday, 19th August at 11h00. Along with his discussion of the Ulwazi Programme, he will be offering a snapshot of the McNulty Consulting ‘Theory of Change’, which focuses on how a local […]