Pour commémorer la Journée de l'Afrique 2021, TrustAfrica a le plaisir de partager deux messages vidéo avec vous : un de notre président, Coumba Touré et une autre vidéo de notre directeur exécutif, le Dr Ebrima Sall. Vos commentaires seront appréciés en tant que partenaires dans le progrès et le développement du continent africain.
The year 2020 has been an eventful year, especially with the novel COVID-19 global health pandemic leading to a huge loss of life and profound disruptions, and the severe social and economic crises that came with it.
The transition to a better, post-COVID-19 society will be long. We must build forward better, and make post-COVID-19 transition part of the structural transformation and the building of the Africa we want, in the world we want. We wish you Happy Holidays, and a very Happy and Prosperous New year, 2021.
This is for dignity. This is for #Africa. With the largest youth population in the world, there is more opportunity to uplift a continent than anywhere in the world. Donate where your giving can transform communities so we may all thrive. Join Baaba Maal for the first #LiveStream4Africa concert, hosted on Dash Radio free to stream.
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
Our latest Pan-African collaboration is the Community Immunity Initiative which is born of the core values of Ubuntu that we hold so dearly at TrustAfrica. The pandemic has reminded us that nobody is safe until everybody is safe. So in close collaboration with our partners, Southern African Trust and African Philanthropy Network, we are working on a global campaign to mobilise support for communities most at risk of being left behind. Please join us in ensuring that the most vulnerable are supported and no one has to be left behind today and in the future.
The Civil Society Hub (CSOHUB-Africa), a foremost online community of nonprofit practitioners – individual and organizations, aware of the bigger challenges, proposed a Tweet Chat for its members on concrete ways that they can cope with the Covid19 challenge. The Chat addressed the following issues: managing existing grants, HR issues, finance and contracts issues and managing the working from home nuances.
To read the full discussions, please click here.