Challenging orthodoxies in economic thinking in Africa

TrustAfrica (TA) and the Institute for Economic Justice (IEJ) are pleased to announce a three-day convening on Challenging Orthodoxies in Economic Thinking in Africa: Exploring Alternatives. The convening, which is supported by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)

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Les défis du mouvement social féminin: faire progresser les actions pour un changement systémique en faveur des droits des femmes

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MEDIA AND CIVIL SOCIETY CONFERENCE ON IL…

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Launch of joint RECLAIM SUSTAINABILITY! programme for inclusive and sustainable value chains

Launch of joint RECLAIM SUSTAINABILITY! …

Mawuse Hotor (middle) and her parents, Mary Ahotor and Gabriel, cocoa farmers in Ghana  “Engaging...

Harnessing Extractives' Tax Revenue for a Covid-19 Resilient Africa

Harnessing Extractives' Tax Revenue for …

The problem of illicit financial flows out of Africa is a festering problem. Every year $88.6 bill...

COVID 19: Pan-African body donates 30,000 masks to Senegal

COVID 19: Pan-African body donates 30,00…

Trust Africa, the pan-African developmental foundation over the weekend continued the distribution...

What’s the Matter with Small Grants?

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COVID 19: TrustAfrica and V6 CO Online Medical Supplies Provide Support for Healthcare  Workers in Senegal

COVID 19: TrustAfrica and V6 CO Online M…

TrustAfrica Foundation and V6 CO Online Medical Supplies have collaborated to provide much-needed ...

Africa and Knowledge Seminar - THEME: Of tired narratives and the making of a disposable people: unearthing the epistemic tools embedded in the African past

Africa and Knowledge Seminar - THEME: Of…

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We wish you Happy Holidays, and a very Happy and Prosperous New year, 2021

We wish you Happy Holidays, and a very H…

The year 2020 has been an eventful year, especially with the novel COVID-19 global health pandemic...

Violence against women COVID-19 and Bey…

TrustAfrica has launched a project over the past two years to address gender-based violence as a p...

ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE KIISI TRUST FROM 2017-2020

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  Download the report The original strategic approach of the Trust in 2017 was a...

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