Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW)
Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW)

Founding Year: 2007

Staff: 7


Claude Kabemba (Executive Director)

An independent watchdog institution working towards “monitor corporate state conduct in the extraction and beneficiation of natural resources in Southern Africa and assesses to what extent these activities uplift the economic conditions of the region’s communities.” They engage in capacity building; “generate and consolidates research in partnership with academic institutions”; and engage “with and support government and corporates on building accountable and transparent policies regarding the management of extractive resources.”

Programs areas:



Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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