Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) is a pan-African research and advocacy organisation established in 2007 and a member of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ). Through its Nairobi Secretariat, TJNA collaborates closely with its member organisations and other civil society partners across Africa to curb illicit financial flows (IFFs) and promote progressive taxation systems. TJNA advocates for pro-poor tax policies and the strengthening of tax systems to promote domestic resource mobilisation (DRM). TJNA also plays a leading role in global coalitions committed to tackling the phenomena of global tax avoidance and evasion and achieving fundamental reforms of the current global financial architecture.
The Secretariat administers and coordinates the day-to-day operations of the Tax Justice Network Africa in Nairobi, Kenya and around Africa where TJNA is represented. It comprises five units: Communication, Campaign and Outreach, Institutional Partnership Development, Finance and Administration, Policy then Deputy Executive office. At the head of TJNA’s secretariat is the Executive office. The Secretariats core mandate is to fulfil the mission of the Tax and Justice Network Africa.
Deputy Executive Director
Communication, Campaigns and Outreach Manager
Finance and Administration Manager
Policy Lead: Fair and Equitable Taxation
Institutional Partnership Development Manager
Policy Lead- Tax and Investment Programme
ERP & ICT Adminstrator
Assistant Partnership Officer
Policy Lead-Tax and International Financial Architecture
East Africa Tax and Governance Network Coordinator-EATGN
Human Resource Manager
Global Campaigns and Policy Coordinator- GATJ
Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning & Knowledge Management-Technical Lead