Consumer Unity Trust Society

The FTM report therefore seeks to highlights these and many other issues and provides solutions and recommendations to the government and other relevant stakeholders. The formulation of Zambia’s FTM report was a collaborative effort with multi-stakeholder input from institutions such as Oxfam, Tax Justice Network Africa[1], ActionAid Zambia[2], Centre for Trade Policy and Development[3](CTPD), Non-governmental Gender Organisations’ Coordinating Council – NGOCC[4](NGOCC), Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR[5]) Caritas Zambia[6], Civil Society for Poverty Reduction (CSPR Zambia[7]), ActionAid[8], and Policy Monitoring and Research Institute (PMRC Zambia[9]). Substantive input was received also from the government through the Ministry of Finance, Lusaka, #ZambiaPlus[10], @Ministry of Gender, Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) and the Zambia Revenue Authority[11] (ZRA).

Against this background, Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) Lusaka will launch Zambia’s first FTM report. In addition to the physical meeting that will be held to launch the study, a live webinar will be held on September 23 2020, 9:30am -12.30 pm CAT.

By Mr. Ishmael Zulu[12], Programmes Coordinator, Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS).

This press statement has been made available to you by:
Njavwa Wilanji Simukoko[13]
CUTS Communications & Advocacy



  1. ^ Tax Justice Network Africa (
  2. ^ ActionAid Zambia (
  3. ^ Centre for Trade Policy and Development (
  4. ^ Non-governmental Gender Organisations’ Coordinating Council – NGOCC (
  5. ^ ZIPAR (
  6. ^ Caritas Zambia (
  7. ^ CSPR Zambia (
  8. ^ ActionAid (
  9. ^ PMRC Zambia (
  10. ^ Ministry of Finance, Lusaka, #ZambiaPlus (
  11. ^ Zambia Revenue Authority (
  12. ^ Ishmael Zulu (
  13. ^ Njavwa Wilanji Simukoko (

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