Trade and agriculture are integral sectors that derive economic benefits, yet women are excluded from participating and benefiting in these
The frequency of climate events in the SADC region is expected to increase due to climate change.
Our CEO shares the strides that the Trust has achieved, the lessons we have learned in the process and our goals for 2020.
Since its inception in 2005, the Southern Africa Trust (the Trust) has developed, implemented and consistently refined a comprehensive grant
Learning from civil society organisations doing regional policy work in Southern Africa based on the Southern Africa
To keep up with changes in the philanthropic and funding landscape, the Trust provides services to organisations that seek to gain value from our deep understanding of the SADC region’s civil society movements, investment needs, development and fund management.
This is of interest to mission-driven corporates thinking about Corporate Social Investment (CSI) structures, who seek to drive sustainable community development and growth.