African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD)
Founded Mar 1996, Zimbabwe. Previously referred to as African Network on Debt and African Network on Debt and Development.
Secure policy change that will redress and avert Africa's debt crisis based on a human rights value system; enhance efficient and effective management and use of resources by African governments; secure a paradigm shift in the international socio-economic and political world order to a development process that addresses the needs and aspirations of the majority of the people in the world; facilitate dialogue between civil society and governments on issues related to debt and development in Africa and elsewhere.
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