Partnership


Joint responses to transnational crime by and with African nations requires establishing and building cooperative relationships with key players throughout the African continent as well as sharing information, experience, skills, technology, and strategies.

Given the cross-border nature of these crimes, no single country can address the challenge of global crime alone. Rather, it is essential that law enforcement institutions and stakeholders in the public and private sector cooperate internationally.

It is in this context that the CWAG-African Alliance Partnership seeks to contribute to the reduction, prevention and elimination of transnational crime.

The Africa Alliance Partnership is the means by which these relationships can be developed (outreach), capacity can be built (training) and significant and impactful exchanges can take place (Seminars).

Anti Corruption Commission (Zambia)

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Cross River State Government (Nigeria)

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Financial Intelligence Control (Zambia)

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Initiative for Socio-Cultural Fairness & Equality

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Malawi Network Against Trafficking

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Ministry of Justice & Constitutional Affairs (Uganda)

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Ministry of Justice & Office of the Attorney General (Rwanda)

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Ministry of Justice & Office of the Attorney General (Zambia)

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National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (Nigeria)

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National Prosecuting Authority (South Africa)

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Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

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Office of the Attorney General & Department of Justice (Kenya)

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