Breakout Session | Stage 2

Host: Connected Development

During such unprecedented times such as COVID-19, many African countries were forced  to look to their leaders in the hope that they would lead and guide their nations through and onwards out of the  pandemic. With large sums of donations pledged towards the fight against COVID-19, this group of trailblazers dedicated themselves to tracking, confronting and demanding information regarding the use of this money In increasingly uncertain times such as these, accountability is a critical tool to build trust between citizens and governments, a trust that is integral to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda.

Speakers

Anne Nwakalor
Visual Communications Officer at Connected Development
Hamzat Lawal
CEO, Connected Development & Founder, Follow the Money
Busayo Morakinyo
Community Engagement Manager, Follow The Money
Nancy Saiboh
Cameroon Follow The Money Champion
Samuel James Kpartor
Secretary General of the Liberia CSOs Anti-Corruption Coalition and Team Lead, Follow The Money
Eve Mathai
Head of Programmes, SIDAREC, Follow the Money Kenya Lead & Ke Budget Talk platform curator
September 23, 12:30
12:30 — 13:15 EST (GMT-5) (45′)

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| Host: Connected Development |, Anne Nwakalor (Connected Development), Busayo Morakinyo (Follow The Money), Eve Mathai (Follow the Money/Ke Budget Talk platform curator), Hamzat Lawal (Follow the Money), Nancy Saiboh (Cameroon Follow The Money Champion), Samuel James Kpartor (the Liberia CSOs Anti-Corruption Coalition/Follow The Money)

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