The Rockefeller Foundation works to enrich and sustain the lives and livelihoods of the poor and excluded throughout the world.
http://www.grantsnet.org Funding apportunities for training in the biomedical and medical sciences.
PICTA Partnership for Information and Communication Technologies in Africa: A process of collaboration between funding and development agencies that are promoting and supporting implementation in Africa. The site links to all the members of PICTA, most of whom are funders.
TDR Developing Country Connectivity links: A series of links that include references to sources of funding. It is compiled and maintained by Dr.Hata
TDR Grants Information on grant opportunities through the WHO TDR, including application forms
Rockefeller Foundation An US-based foundation that has an interest in integrating ICT use to the work of their grantees.
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation US foundation with strong interest in public health.
Ford Foundation US based foundation with strong focus on building institutional capacity, gender, and understanding of the importance of ICTs. They have regional offices all over the world, in Africa there are offices in Lagos, Nairobi, Johannesburg and Cairo.
The Foundation Center: Corporate Grantmakers on the Internet Links to many US corporate donors, but check first if they would be interested in your topic and geographic area. Includes pharmaceutical companies.
IDRC International Development Research Centre, the pioneer in ICT support, with regional programmes in Africa, Asia and Latin America. . Site is in French and English.
IDRC PAN The IDRC's Pan-Asian Networking programme.
Kellogg Foundation US foundation with office in Zimbabwe.