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Wednesday, 5 Aug 2020 9pm Senegal, 5pm NY 2pm CA Bring your hearts to Africa's Youth The Future is Here. Free live concert on behalf of @communiytimmunity.org Africa is home to the world's largest youth population. Imagine what we can do together. Join the #music - Share and prepare to donate. Create a world where we all thrive! http://Twitch.tv/dashradio TrustAfrica, Southern Africa Trust, Africa Philanthropy Network

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Southern African Trust, African Philanthropy Network and TrustAfrica are pleased to announce the appointment of the eminent international music star, Baaba Maal, as the voice of marginalized People in Africa. These three pan-African organisations are collaborating under the umbrella of Community Immunity initiative to provide quick-impact support that will bring immediate relief to marginalized communities and people living at the margins of society. The initiative will also provide broad-based support to policy initiatives aimed at proferring long term solutions that will ameliorate the living conditions of poor and marginalized groups in Africa. Towards this objective, the initiative will, among other things, leverage on the public appeal of well-known celebrities, including athletes, artistes and civil society actors, as a platform to reach the unreached and provide succor to the most affected people in society.

 The appointment of Baba Maal is in recognition of his antecedents and consistent commitment in using his art to give voice to the voiceless.  He is a highly-regarded music star in Africa and worldwide, who is known for his engagement with marginalized communities in Africa and elsewhere and who has spent most of his time mobilizing support and resources for communities and people living at the margins of the society.

Southern African Trust, African Philanthropy Network and TrustAfrica on one hand, and Baaba Maal on the other hand, will be working closely to raise awareness and to raise funds that will be used to provide much-needed support to marginalized communities through the Collective Immunity initiative. The important collaboration will include organization of a series of concerts as well as outreach programmes over an initial period of six months to build support for the initiative.

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TrustAfrica is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has approved a grant of US$20,000.00 to the Southern Africa Research and Documentation Center (SARDC) in order to provide support for Phase V of the Illicit Financial Flows Observatory for Africa project.

Each year Africa loses more than $60 billion through illicit financial flows (IFFs), a number that increases by 20% annually. Curbing Illicit Financial Flows is one of our concerns at TrustAfrica.  That is why we launched a popular campaign with a coalition of five other pan-African civil society organizations, in July 2015, to end illicit financial flows from Africa called #stopthebleeding.

Last modified on Wednesday, 17 June 2020 14:48

We have, all of us, been hurt and angered by the brutal killing of yet another black person in the USA by racist elements of the security forces.

A solidarity statement, signed by many prominent African musicians, journalists, scholars and other intellectuals, civil society organisation leaders and others, was issued today, June 5, 2020, is in English and French. It can be accessed through these links:

https://allafrica.com/stories/202006050578.html 

https://fr.allafrica.com/stories/202006050563.html              

Those who want to add their names to the list of signatories can do so online.

 

Last modified on Friday, 05 June 2020 21:19

The Stop the Bleeding (STB) Consortium, in our shared vision of African citizens living with dignity in a just, integrated and prosperous Africa that equitably and sustainably harnesses its resources and is underpinned by strong and effective institutions, would like to express solidarity with the Family of George Floyd.

We mourn George Floyd, and we remember also Ahmaud Marquez Arbery, Akai Gurley, Alton Sterling, Breonna Taylor, Dante Parker, Dontre Hamilton, Eric Garner, Ezell Ford, Freddie Carlos Gray Jr, Jerame Reid, John Crawford III, Michael Brown Jr, Philando Castille, Rumain Brisbon, Stephon Clark, Tamir Rice, Tanisha Anderson, Tony McDade, Tony Robinson, Walter Scott who lost their lives due to brutality and gross violations. We share the grief, anger, sadness and pain of the Families and Communities concerned.

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