IANRA STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING

Source: HakiMadini

HakiMadini

Amani Mhinda from HakiMadini is attending steering Committee meeting of the International Alliance on Natural Resources in Africa (IANRA), held at Birchwood Hotel Johannesburg from 29-31st May 2017. IANRA is a Pan African platform of 41 network organizations working towards more just and sustainable management of natural resources in Africa. It currently connects together about 150 CBOs, FBOs, NGOs and Social Movements across Africa

The steering committee is the governing organ of the network composed of 13 representatives from South Africa, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Malawi, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. The meeting comes a preparation of the Annual General meeting to be held later in the year

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