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This report is based on discussions from a convening which brought together a small group of individuals reflecting diverse perspectives and contexts, to begin a collective discussion on how to advance debate, build a body of knowledge, inform good practice and strengthen the impact of social justice philanthropy in Africa and the Arab region. Three draft papers — By Alice Brown; Yao Graham and Sherine el Traboulsi — were prepared in advance to provoke thought and discussions during the convening and these are being shared as part of a working paper series currently under way.
 
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Date: 20 October 2014
Author: TrustAfrica

 

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This book is a collection of studies about the Kenyan economy undertaken by Kenyan researchers with funding from the Investment Climate and Business Environment (ICBE) Research Fund. The ICBE Research Fund is a partnership between TrustAfrica and IDRC of Canada, initiated in 2006. The overall goal of the Fund is to promote reform of the business and investment climate in African so as to enhance the performance of private enterprises and their impact on livelihoods. The ICBE uses competitive research grant mechanisms, capacity strengthening and policy dialogues to enhance evidence- informed policy making on the African continent.
 
File Size: 3.52 MB
Date: 23 October 2013
Author: Francis W. Wambalaba and Sunday A. Khan

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Together with the Southern Africa Trust, we have published a 429-page book about the legislative environment for civil society in 18 countries in Central, East and Southern Africa.

(Dis) Enabling the Public Sphere: Civil Society Regulation in Africa (Volume 1) was edited by Bhekinkosi Moyo and features a foreword by Graça Machel. Print editions are available in both hardcover and softcover. Readers can also download individual chapters, or the entire book, in PDF format. A second volume is now in the works, focusing primarily on West Africa.


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Read the introduction by Bhekinkosi Moyo (pdf)

Read the foreword by Graça Machel (pdf)


File Size: 9.68 kB
Date: 18 July 2013


Agricultural conditions and means of achieving food security are long overdue. Despite the claims that the food crisis of 2007/8 was a temporary shock, data released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other independent sources suggest that food prices will increase steadily over the next decade, despite occasional fluctuations (Evans, 2009). The number of the world’s food insecure is growing. Latest estimates indicate that approximately one billion people are food insecure or one in seven go to bed to hungry every day (FAO, 2009, Action Aid, 2010: 7). The majority of these poor households are based in Africa’s countryside.



File Size: 2.09 MB
Date: 27 June 2013
Tendai Murisa (Editor)

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