We are working in 12 Arab countries with 9 national networks (with an extended membership of 250 CSOs from different backgrounds) and 23 NGO members.
Why should civil society work on Right to Food? To which extent is food sovereignty achieved in the Arab Region? Lookout for the Arab Watch Report 2019 on Right to Food produced by ANND that will be launched in 2 weeks!Read more
This report aims to contribute to Arab civil society efforts towards social justice by considering the links between tax and gender inequality, based on research conducted in Egypt, Lebanon and Tunisia. It accompanies a report from the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), Tax Justice and Sustainable Development in the Arab Region.Read more
People’s mobilization in Sudan; their firm resistance to violence and organization of peaceful protests gave hope to millions and have been supported worldwide. Organization of further country-wide strikes and protests is the only way they see forward for ensuring the peaceful transfer of power to civilians.Read more
The Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) strongly condemns the violations of people’s peaceful assembly in Sudan and calls for the immediate resume of the negotiations and smooth transfer of power to civilians. Sudanese people’s country-wide mobilization since early December 2018 have resulted in overthrowing Omar Al Bashir but will not be complete unless a civilian, democratic order is established respecting, promoting and fulfilling people’s human rights and freedoms.Read more