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  • 31 Atkinson Drive,

    Hillside, Harare, Zimbabwe

  • +263 242  778531/6


  • 08.30 - 17.00

    Monday to Friday


Today AFRODAD is concerned with ensuring that the African continent does not slide back into being heavily indebted and is focused on influencing African governments to institute and implement policies and practices for sustainable development and eradication of poverty through development and implementation of sustainable debt policies; transparent, accountable and efficient mechanisms for mobilization and utilization of domestic resources; and effective use of international public finance.  

The major donors that supported AFRODAD since 1994 are HIVOS, NOVIB, the Church of Sweden (who also provided seed money for Uganda Debt Network), Action Aid, Bread for the World, CAFOD, Canadian Council for International Cooperation, Christian Aid, Canadian International Development Agency, Commonwealth Foundation, Diakonia, the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID), EED, the Ford Foundation,  the Gates Foundation, IBIS Denmark, KEPA Finland, MS Zimbabwe, NORAD, Norwegian Church Aid, Oxfam, SOMO, TROCAIRE, United Church of Canada, United Methodist Women, Welthaus, and the World Council of Churches.