Grants to TrustAfrica
2015 (Duration 8 months)
DAKAR, SENEGAL — Trust Africa is an African intermediary foundation focused on three areas: securing conditions for democracy; fostering African enterprise and shared prosperity; and cultivating African resources for democracy. In 2012, initiated by MacArthur, and in partnership with six donors, Trust Africa established the Criminal Justice Fund for Africa to strengthen the capacity of local civil society organizations to combat impunity through concerted advocacy for domestic accountability mechanisms, more effective engagement with regional and international processes, and improved knowledge and understanding of criminal justice issues, especially accountability for mass atrocities. The Fund’s objectives in this grant period center on improving and strengthening the capacity of local civil society organizations to engage in policy development and implementation at the regional and continental level, particularly with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African Union (AU).
2012 (Inactive Grant)
DAKAR, SENEGAL — The grant will help establish The Fund to Advance International Criminal Justice in Africa. Activities will include building and implementing an advocacy and grantmaking strategy that supports African CSOs working to advance accountability for international crimes through activities at the national, regional, and international levels.
2011 (Inactive Grant)
DAKAR, SENEGAL — To convene a civil society strategy planning meeting to advance African Union support of accountability for international crimes.
2006 (Inactive Grant)
DAKAR, SENEGAL — In support of a survey of issues, opportunities, and strategies for supporting African regional organizations.
The MacArthur Foundation awarded TrustAfrica $1,474,000 between 1978 and 2016.