Southern Africa Trust

The Southern Africa Trust was established in 2005 to support civil society organisations in southern Africa to participate effectively and with credibility in policy dialogue so that the voices of the poor can have a better impact in the development of public policies. The Trust supports processes that deepen and widen participation in policy dialogues with a regional impact on poverty. The Southern Africa Trust’s vision is to have a well-integrated southern Africa with policies and strategies that end poverty and make regional integration work for the poor.

Latest publications

The Experience and Challenges of Women in the SADC Region: The Case of Trade and Agriculture Sectors

Partnerships for Pro-Poor Policy Change in Africa

Portability and Access of Social Security Benefits for Mine Workers in Southern Africa

Philanthropy and Development in Southern Africa: Philanthropy and Resource Governance

Philanthropy and Development in Southern Africa: Philanthropy and Illicit Financial Flows: Options for African Philanthropy to support Better Economic Governance and to Reduce Illicit Financial Flows

Philanthropy and Development in Southern Africa: Tax (In)Justice and Philanthropy

Constructing a Developmental and Transformational Philanthropy in Africa Towards a New Regulatory Common Sense

2013 Study to Audit and Monitor Compliance and Implementation of Protocols, Conventions and Decisions of the AU Member States South Africa

Portability of Social Security Benefits in Mining Sector: Challenges Experienced by Former Mineworkers in Accessing Social Security Benefits in Selected Southern African Countries

Regional Cross Border Trade Stakeholder Dialogue

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