Capabuild and Committee on Fiscal Studies (CFS) Introduces a Brand New Portal with Easy Access to a Variety of Tax Materials with a Keen Focus on the Global South

The Capabuild Foundation in partnership with the Committee on Fiscal Studies (CFS) University of Nairobi is enormously delighted to announce the launch of the Tax Aggregator Portal (TAP)  
The TAP is designed to provide online access to existing tax training material with a keen focus on the global south. TAP aggregates resources in themes such as tax administration, environmental taxation, taxation of the digital economy, digital taxation and tax and human rights with the aim of raising developing country voices. TAP supports tax administrators to build their capacity in the vital work of strengthening domestic resource mobilisation by allowing them to use a range of filters to find training relevant to their context and needs. This dynamic portal is also relevant for tax practitioners, enthusiasts and students in their pursuit of a fairer and more equitable global tax system, as can be seen in this explainer video

Hearty thanks to the team behind this undertaking – Susan Yara, Anthelme A. N’DRI, Mwaniki Maina, Learnmore Nyamudzanga, Cecilia Abigail and Garry Dagg – and the scores more who have given us invaluable input through our consultative meetings and forums. We welcome you onboard and ask that you take a deep dive, exploring through the filters. We hope you enjoy using the TAP as much as (if not more than) we enjoyed developing it and we will continue adding more resources.🥳
To join our formal launch, opened by Prof. Attiya Waris on August 8th, 2023, please register here.



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