With the support of Act Alliance, AFRODAD will conduct a study that will analyse the link between illicit financial flows (IFFs) and social protection. Emblematic cases to show this link will be drawn from: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania and Uganda. To adequately fund social protection there is need to expand fiscal space. One of the strategies to increase fiscal space is to curb IFFs. To that end, the study aims to generate knowledge for evidenced based advocacy and dialogues with rights holders and duty bearers on the need to curb IFFs for increased social protection spending. Curbing IFFs increases domestic resources for social sector spending which plays a key role in equalising poverty and inequality. Read the full TOR here.