Pan Africa ILGA is a federation of organizations in Africa that work to improve human rights based on sexual orientation and gender identity expression. It is based in Johannesburg.
Pharie Sefali is a journalist and activist based in Cape Town, South Africa, who has written about gay and lesbian sangomas or traditional healers.
Juliet Mphande is a human rights, media and peace activist in Zambia who started the LGBTI group Friends of Rainka. Contact via LinkedIn.
Lambda Mozambique, also called LambdaMozi, works to ensure the economic, political and social rights of LGBT citizens in Mozambique. Contact on Facebook.
Matrix Support Group, based in Maseru, Lesotho, is a local LGBTI network that aims to build a society free from stigma, abuse, rejection and discrimination against people who identify as LGBTI.
The Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS (BONELA) is a nongovernmental organization formally established in 2001 to support human rights initiatives in the area of HIV/AIDS and to protect and promote the rights of all people affected by HIV/AIDS.
LeGaBiBo, which stands for Lesbians, Gays & Bisexuals of Botswana, is the most prominent LGBTI organization in Botswana. Contact Bradley.
GALZ, which stands for Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe, was founded in 1990 to serve the needs and interests of LGBTI people in that country and to push for social tolerance of sexual minorities and the repeal of homophobic legislation. It is Zimbabwe’s leading LGBTI organization. Contact Samuel in Harare or Teddy in Bulawayo.
Positive Vibes, based in Windhoek, Namibia, works to ensure that LGBTI people are empowered to respond effectively to discrimination and health challenges.