Transparency and Accountability

At TrustAfrica, we believe in maintaining the highest standards of institutional performance, including sound management, accountable and transparent governance, effective communication, and sustainable results. We strive to practice what we preach and hope that other African institutions will follow our lead. Two online resources that we have found particularly helpful in this regard are GlassPockets and GuideStar, which has awarded us the GuideStar Exchange Seal in recognition of our high degree of transparency.
TrustAfrica’s audited financial statements ending March 2015.
TrustAfrica’s audited financial statements ending March 2014.
TrustAfrica’s audited financial statements ending March 2013.

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