Welcome

TrustAfrica works principally through collaboration and partnership with like-minded institutions and donors. As a catalyst and convener, we are committed to generating and testing new ideas. We also strive to practice good governance and promote it among our grantees.

A Lesson in Peace

Victor Ochen experienced firsthand the devastation caused by the ongoing conflict in Northern Uganda.

National War Victims’ Conference in Uganda

Facilitated by TrustAfrica grantee AYINET, the convening brought together victims, the Government and civil society on May 28-30 to discuss the plight of Ugandans in numerous post-independence conflicts.

2011–2012 ANNUAL REPORT

Welcome to the first TrustAfrica online Annual Report.

PROGRAMMES

governance

Governance

TrustAfrica works to secure the conditions for democracy by strengthening the capacity of civil society organizations.

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development

Equitable Development

TrustAfrica supports efforts to foster African enterprise and extend the benefits of economic growth to all members of society.

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Philanthropy

African Philanthropy

TrustAfrica leverages new and traditional forms of African giving to advance democracy and development and to minimize reliance on external donors.

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CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

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National War Victims’ Conference in Kamp…

The National War Victims’ Conference in Kampala, Uganda, will take place on May 28-30, 2014 at the I...

Communique on Illicit Financial Flows

TrustAfrica, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) and Third World Network- Africa, with financ...

Forum on Illicit Financial Flows in Afri…

On December 9-10, TrustAfrica, the Open Society Institute for West Africa (OSIWA) and Global Financi...

Curtailing Transfer Mispricing: Africa’s Response to Global Challenges

Curtailing Transfer Mispricing: Africa’s…

On November 28-29, the Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A) in collaboration with the Strathmore Tax R...

Workshop Aims to Strengthen Institutiona…

Within the context of Malian civil society's efforts to anchor transitional justice, the Malian Coal...

A Decade of CAADP: Reflections on Key Outcomes of Agricultural Policy Reforms in Africa

A Decade of CAADP: Reflections on Key Ou…

As part of our Agricultural Development program, TrustAfrica, in partnership with the Bill and Melin...

Forum of Reflection and Exchange on Investment and the Business Environment

Forum of Reflection and Exchange on Inve…

The Investment Climate and Business Environment (ICBE) Research Fund is holding a forum on October 1...

Repositioning Tertiary Education for Nat…

On May 8-9, 2013, TrustAfirca and the National Council of Higher Education (NCTE) in Accra, Ghana, h...

Framing a 21st Century Narrative on Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance A Pan-African Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Forum

Framing a 21st Century Narrative on Pan-…

Venue: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia AUC Conference Centre (alternative: UNECA Conference Center) Date: May...

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