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SchoolForAfrica is an education project led by @JonathanMBR, a Kenyan teacher. You can follow at:

➡️ @SFA

There are also SFA blogs which you can follow from the Fediverse at:

➡️ @Jonathan

➡️ @admin

You can donate to the project via its website at

They have also started collecting free educational resources at Get in touch if you are interested in helping!

The Software Freedom Conservancy is a non-profit organisation which promotes free open source software. You can follow their official account at:

➡️ @conservancy

Their website is at

The Conservancy is currently carrying out a very important lawsuit defending FOSS, see this thread for more details:

Framasoft is a brilliant non-profit organisation which promotes free open software and libre decentralised services. You can follow them at:

➡️ @Framasoft (in French and English)

They have been around for years, and developed Fediverse platforms like @peertube and @mobilizon for example.

They depend on donations to keep going, and they're currently doing a fund-raising drive at:

The Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) monitors network-level blocking of internet access, usually by governments or ISPs.

OONI also develop FOSS tools for carrying out this monitoring.

You can follow at:

➡️ @ooni

Their website is at

Their monitoring tools are available for desktop and mobile from and

Karrot is a free open source platform for sharing real life resources (for example excess food, to prevent it going to waste).

You can follow the project at:

➡️ @karrot

The main instance is at

You can find the source code at

(The emphasis is on food, but the platform can be used to share anything.)

FossJobs posts jobs available at companies and organisations that develop or improve Free Open Source Software, Open Source Hardware and related projects. You can follow their official account at:

➡️ @fossjobs

Their website is at

Noyb is a European campaign group which defends people's privacy. You can follow them at:

➡️ @noybeu

Noyb's focus is on fighting privacy violations by companies and corporations.

You can find out more from their website at

(In case you're wondering, Noyb stands for "none of your business".)

The Tor Project is a non-profit organisation that maintains the Tor network, which allows people to communicate anonymously over the internet.

You can follow their official account at:

➡️ @torproject

The easiest way to use Tor is with the Tor web browser, which you can download from their site at

Translate Science is a new initiative to promote translation of scientific articles, books, papers etc. You can follow at:

➡️ @TranslateScience

The project's website is at

The project's account is on Fediscience, a Mastodon instance for scientists:

Fairphone is the only smartphone maker that has fair wages with safe working conditions, minimum environmental impact, and modular hardware that the user can easily fix/upgrade themselves (they even include a screwdriver in the box!).

You can follow them at:

➡️ @Fairphone

Their site is at

You can buy a Fairphone with degoogled Android preinstalled at

Privacy International is a charity that has campaigned for the right to privacy since 1990. You can follow their official Fediverse account at:


They also have an official video account on their own PeerTube instance at:


Their website is at

Framasoft is France's biggest non-profit organisation promoting free open software. You can follow at:

➡️ @Framasoft (mainly in French, partially in English)

Their website is at

They have developed major Fediverse platforms such as @peertube and @mobilizon, and provide lots of FOSS privacy-friendly online services.

SecureDrop is a free open source encrypted platform for whistleblowers and activists to contact journalists and NGOs anonymously through the @torproject network. You can follow its official Fediverse account at:

➡️ @securedrop

SecureDrop is used by news organisations and NGOs around the world to receive anonymous tips.

The website is at

The privacy pressure group now has its own PeerTube instance full of excellent pro-privacy videos and podcasts. You can follow at:


You can also browse the videos directly in the PeerTube interface at

Their website is at

(via @strypey )

Privacy International is a charity that defends privacy, founded in 1990. You can follow their official account at:

➡️ @privacyint

They publicise dangers to privacy, research ways to promote privacy and take legal action against companies or governments who threaten privacy.

Their website is at


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