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Curb Illicit Financial Flows in Africa

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Africa loses massive financial resources, about US$50 billion each year through illicit activities of multinational companies and rich individuals. These resources, if retained in the continent, could be invested in productive sectors of these economies to lift Africa’s growing population from under-development and poverty.

The multiplier effects of these losses are much larger. IFFs from Africa in real terms mean loss of jobs, income, decent education, health facilities and other basic infrastructure critical to structurally transform the economy of countries in Africa and the socio-economic conditions of Africans. 

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People are speaking

… the critical ingredient in the struggle to end Illicit Financial flows in the political will of governments, not only technical capacity.

Thabo Mbeki

Thabo Mbeki

Former president South Africa & Chair, High Level Panel on IFFs from Africa

Africa’s retention of the capital that is generated on the continent and should legitimately be retained in Africa must be an important part of the resources to finance the Development Agenda

Thabo Mbeki

Thabo Mbeki

Former president of South Africa and Chair, High Level Panel on IFFs from Africa

I’m signing because my community is affected by IFFs, by illegal miners and foreign hunters that bribe to get hunting licences destroying the very nature that should be bringing tourists into the country.

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Samukeliso Khumalo

Bulawoyo, Zimbabwe

Our commitment

Our commitment – As civil society organizations we commit  ourselves to developing a comprehensive agenda to further work, policy input, popular engagement and advocacy to deepen these demands and ensure their realization at all levels within Africa.

We also commit to work at continental, regional and national levels to ensure the linkages, synergies and coherence between responses to IFF and the strategic progressive policy initiatives that have the best potential to spur democratic developmental transformation in Africa 

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