NetACT is an important resource network for theological institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa.
"NetACT refers to the Network for African Congregational Theology. It consists of a network of theological institutions operating mainly on a post-secondary level in Africa with its historic roots in the Presbyterian and Reformed tradition in Africa.
Congregational theology refers to NetACT’s emphasis on theology as practiced in the Christian Congregation as the Body of Christ; discerning the will of God in the process of interpreting the Scriptures specifically in the contexts of its member institutions; empowering congregations in these contexts to develop their strengths and gifts to theologically address historic, contemporary and future socio-economic, cultural, political and environmental challenges.”
The website contains a number of valuable resources on a range of subjects, from Public Theology to the Coronavirus pandemic. See especially the NetACT Internet Portal and the Resources section of the website.