Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) primarily engages with the EITI secretariat through conferences, workshops, informal meetings and dialogues. In addition to this through the Stop The Bleeding Campaign, TJNA uses the EITI framework to promote accountability on strengthening tax linkages and curbing illicit financial flows from the extractive sector.
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). TJNA advocates for pro-poor tax policies and the strengthening of tax systems to promote domestic resource mobilisation (DRM). They do this by collaborating closely with member organisations and civil society partners to hold governments and corporations accountable for curbing illicit financial flows (IFFs) and promoting progressive taxation systems.