I've still been concentrating on digging up (for various purposes) new sites/feeds, so I still haven't been able to resolve the issues relating to posting the (planned) Widgetbox-based replacements for what had been the batch of RSS feeds of news from Africa; likewise, there have been no changes to the Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related batches of feeds.
Since the last update, I've come across feeds for AIDS Accountability International, the Population Reference Bureau (including its blog), Missionaries of Africa's blog, the International Institute for Sustainable Development, Health and Empowerment for African Lives' blog, "Ethiofact", the Anti-Corruption Coalition of Uganda, the Kenya Knowledge Network, Grassroot Soccer, Egypt's "Bikya Masr", Ghana's KITE, Sierra Visions' "Portal Community" (thanks to Mr. Okafor), Mainlehwon Ebenezer's blog (for the Center for Peace Education), "Farafina" magazine's blog (also thanks to Mr. Okafor), the Chagos Refugees Group, Lifeline Malawi's blog, GVN Foundation's blog, Eat So They Can's (related) blog, the Global Resource Alliance, the Law Society of Zimbabwe, Namibia's "Election Watch" (affiliated with the Institute for Public Policy Research; thanks to allAfrica), South Africa's "Leadership", Durban Action Against Xenophobia, and South Africa's Community Law Centre. (I don't think I've overtly mentioned it before, but I've found many of the sites recently via IRIN/PlusNews, IPS, or VOA stories.)
Updated (originally), on Friday, to also note feeds for Road Safety Nigeria, the Tesfa Foundation's blog, KiteGang's blog, Teach with Africa's blog, Rebuild Africa's blog, and Africa Christian Medical Missions; updated (further), on Saturday, to note feeds for Develop Africa, Ashoka, the related Changemakers, and the World Bank "Africa Can..." blog (which I don't think I've overtly mentioned before); updated (still further), also on Saturday, to note feeds for Empower Africa's blog and Empower African Children's blog; updated (yet again), on Sunday, to also note feeds for Educate!'s blog, the Diamond Empowerment Fund, Educating Africa's Children, Teach A Man To Fish's blogs, and EdUKaid's blog; updated (even further), on Monday, to also note feeds for South Africa's Jacaranda FM, Hope Through Healing Hands, and Assist International's various blogs; updated (still further), on Tuesday, to also note feeds for Sentebale, the Kenya Wildlife Service, and HealthDev.net (affiliated with the International HIV/AIDS Alliance).
Separately, Change.org's old "Humanitarian Relief" blog has been folded into the recently launched "War and Peace" one; in the wake of his recent move to cover the Middle East, Mr. Crilly has revived his original, Africa-focused blog; GI-Net and USHMM will be holding a joint "National Canvass to Prevent Genocide" next week (1-7 December); and I apparently jumped the gun earlier in promoting "Relevant" magazine's "Reject Apathy" section, as it appears to have been taken down, pending its official launch (on, coincidentally, 1 December). - EJM