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Charles Mutasa

Executive Director

African Forum on Debt and Development

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African Forum on Debt and Development

Background Information

Employment History

Development Policy& Human Rights Researcher and Policy Analyst

Independent Consultant.


Independent Development Consultant

MWENGO


Program Manager ( Program Policy-Africa)

Christian Aid Ltd


Affiliations

Partnership Africa Canada

Board Member


The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation

Board Member


IFI

Advisory Board Member


World Social Forum

ASF Delegate


Web References(108 Total References)


Africa: Why the richest continent Is also the poorest

climateandcapitalism.com [cached]

"Africa is known as one of the richest parts of the world when it comes to natural resources, yet it is also the poorest region - despite the natural wealth and the aid flow," said Charles Mutasa, executive director of the African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD), a Zimbabwe-based NGO working on Africa's debt problem.
Mutasa was participating in a discussion at the Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF3), which took place in the Ghanaian capital of Accra from September 2-4. "The ecological debt caused by natural resource exploitation plays a crucial role in this scenario," Mutasa added. According to Mutasa, rich countries involved in resource exploitation in Africa need to come to the table and repay the debt that has accumulated in Africa.


Partnership Africa Canada - Board of Directors

pacweb.org [cached]

Charles Mutasa (Zimbabwe)
Charles Mutasa Charles Mutasa has been working in civil society policy advocacy and social movement activism for the past 16 years. His main areas of interest are humanitarian law, human rights, governance and social and economic justice in Africa. He has written and published extensively on civil society in Africa, the MDGs, constitutional reforms and issues related to Africa's engagement with the international financial institutions - on debt, aid, and poverty. He is a Development Policy consultant based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He was previously Executive Director of MWENGO and Executive Director of the African Forum on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) - both pan African organizations seeking to influence policies on the way economic and social justice issues are handled in Africa. He also worked as Head of Programmes (Africa Division) for Christian Aid (UK). Charles is a PhD Candidate, a holder of a Masters of Law degree (University of Washington); Masters of Development Studies (NMMU, SA); and a Masters of Population studies and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Political Science and Administration from the University of Zimbabwe.


Partnership Africa Canada - Board of Directors

www.pacweb.org [cached]

Charles Mutasa (Zimbabwe)
Charles Mutasa Charles Mutasa has been working in civil society policy advocacy and social movement activism for the past 16 years. His main areas of interest are humanitarian law, human rights, governance and social and economic justice in Africa. He has written and published extensively on civil society in Africa, the MDGs, constitutional reforms and issues related to Africa's engagement with the international financial institutions - on debt, aid, and poverty. He is a Development Policy consultant based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He was previously Executive Director of MWENGO and Executive Director of the African Forum on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) - both pan African organizations seeking to influence policies on the way economic and social justice issues are handled in Africa. He also worked as Head of Programmes (Africa Division) for Christian Aid (UK). Charles is a PhD Candidate, a holder of a Masters of Law degree (University of Washington); Masters of Development Studies (NMMU, SA); and a Masters of Population studies and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Political Science and Administration from the University of Zimbabwe.


Partnership Africa Canada - Board of Directors

www.pacweb.org [cached]

Charles Mutasa (Zimbabwe)
Charles Mutasa Charles Mutasa has been working in civil society policy advocacy and social movement activism for the past 11 years. His main areas of interest have been governance and social and economic justice in Africa. He has written and published extensively on issues related to Africa's engagement with the international financial institutions - on debt, aid, poverty and health. He is currently Executive Director of MWENGO -the East and Southern Africa NGO Reflection Centre. He was previously Executive Director of the African Forum on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) - a pan African organization seeking to influence policies on the way debt and aid issues are handled in Africa. Prior to this he worked as a Programme Officer for the Poverty Reduction Forum, and as a Senior Policy Analyst with the Social Development Fund in Zimbabwe.


www.iboninternational.org

The panelists were: Charles Mutasa, Executive Director of African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD); David Culverhouse, Director of the Center for International Development (CID) in New Zealand; and Don Marut, Director of International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID).
Charles Mutasa discussed the AFRODAD contributions to the report. He highlighted that the principle of ownership comes with the assumption of the capacity of developing countries to exercise ownership, citing that most countries do not even have an aid policy. Mr. Mutasa observed that while donors are 'gentle' to each other, they are harsh to partner countries.


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