fb   tw   ln   youtube   wp   wp
  • 31 Atkinson Drive,

    Hillside, Harare, Zimbabwe

  • +263 242  778531/6

    info@afrodad.co.zw

  • 08.30 - 17.00

    Monday to Friday

AFRODAD, through its Domestic Resource Mobilization, will be hosting the yearly dialogue on illicit financial flows on the 20th- 21st March in Gaborone, Botswana. 

Over recent years, AFRODAD has found it crucial to work with Parliamentarians and other Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to brainstorm on issues of illicit financial flows (IFFs) and how to jointly contribute to stopping such crimes.

AFRODAD Board members held the end of year meeting to consider organizational reports detailing key developments in the organization with a view of establishing its health and effectiveness. The board also reviewed key performance indicators highlighted

What was initially planned as Dr. Fanwell Kenala Bokosi's meeting at one of AFRODAD’s financial partners, Bread for the World, to share more about AFRODAD’s work with the Africa department, evolved into something bigger.

African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) joined various representatives of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) for a day-long end of year

AFRODAD attended the Botswana Alternative Mining Indaba (BAMI) which was held in Gaborone from the 17th to the 19th of October 2018. The 2018 BAMI was themed: “Making Natural Resources Work for the People: Leaving No one behind”. It was hosted by the Botswana Council of Churches. Hundred participants drawn from mining communities, churches, traditional leaders, community based organisations, non-governmental organisations, funding partners and representatives from the Ministry of Mineral Resources Green Technology and Energy Security participated during the BAMI. AFRODAD Policy Consultant made a presentation on Illicit Financial Flows, Transparency and Food Security. In his presentation, Mr Chikova described and explained how the prevalence of IFFs in Africa and the lack of transparency was negatively impacting food security in Botswana. After the presentation, the participants urged government representatives present to convey the message that the Botswana Ministry of Mines should put measures to curb IFFs and enhance transparency and accountability in the governance of mineral resources through the domestication of the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The major outcome of the BAMI was that the Botswana ministry of mines opened doors for engagements with BCC on matters that pertain to mineral resources governance.