I am looking for resources on how IRBs at international academic institutions approach the review and exemption of oral history. It seems very challenging to find information online about ethics review protocols outside of the US, UK or Australia. I am particularly interested in sub-Saharan Africa but would be very grateful if anyone here could point me in the direction of protocols in Asia, South America or more broadly the global south and whether researchers typically apply for exemption or not. Or perhaps some of you have gone through this process yourselves? I'd be very grateful for perspectives or insights. This is to inform ethics approach to a project in sub-Saharan Africa. Thank you!