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)
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.
COVID-19 has reminded us that the fight against poverty and marginalization must be taken up with renewed vigor in Africa and globally. This is a call we should not ignore. Our collective immunity saves the world.
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.
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 want to reach out to express our solidarity during these unprecedented times.
As a pan-African philanthropic organization founded with a commitment to strengthening African agency in addressing the continent’s most pressing challenges,?TrustAfrica empathises with all our partners affected directly or indirectly by the COVID-19 pandemic.??
The COVID-19 has brought an opportunity to learn and revisit how to build strong resilient African food systems and to safeguard food security and sovereignty. For the millions of small scale, peasant and family farmers who are self-employed and rely heavily on moving perishable and non-perishable goods from rural to urban mass markets and consumers, earning a daily wage, this has had disastrous consequences.
La Fondation panafricaine TrustAfrica a remis jeudi, à l’Etat du Sénégal un chèque de six millions (6.000.000) CFA, en soutien à l’effort des autorités dans la lutte contre la pandémie COVID-19.
Le geste a été magnifié par le ministre de l’Economie, du Plan et de la Coopération du Sénégal, Monsieur Amadou HOTT, qui a re?u la contribution de TrustAfrica des mains de Dr Ebrima Sall, Directeur exécutif de TrustAfrica.
Nous souhaitons exprimer notre solidarité en ces temps sans précédent.
En tant qu’organisation philanthropique panafricaine fondée avec l’engagement de renforcer l’agenda africain pour relever les défis les plus pressants du continent, TrustAfrica compatit avec tous ses partenaires touchés directement ou indirectement par la pandémie de COVID-19.