Garadi Consults

About Garadi Consults

Garadi Consults is a Non-Governmental Organisation which carries out research, monitoring and evaluation on policy and legal issues in governments across Africa. It provides forum for training on compliance and regulatory issues to government agencies, NGOS and other businesses. Garadi Consults operates at two levels–nationally (micro-level) and internationally (macro-level) in delivering its mandate both locally and internationally. To achieve this objective, Garadi consults works closely with academic, governments and oversight institutions in conducting baseline and longitudinal research studies on financial crimes such as money laundering, tax evasion and avoidance, corruption, fraud and other illicit financial transactions. Garadi Consults recognises that the threat posed by financial crime activities has been evolving due to globalisation and its instrumentalities. It works with national governments, donor and international agencies and NGOs to deliver its mandate at micro level. It provides a platform for receiving and sharing data on financial crimes, interacting directly with businesses through research, conferences and presenting papers in countries across Africa.

 

Besides research and business advisory offerings, Garadi Consults carries out monitoring and evaluation, baselines studies on issues of law and policy development and trains individuals and corporates on compliance and regulatory requirements. The training programmes are designed to equip attendees with knowledge and a skillset to make them more efficient and productive in work place. Management is committed to maintaining a high quality of its products and services to help clients meet individual regulatory requirements from time to time.

Our Vision

“To make Garadi Consults a centre for Excellence in Research and Training on policy development and implementation in Uganda and beyond.”

Our Mission

“To become a seamless partner in development through research and training on legal and policy issues so that institutions do not only to cope with their regulatory requirements but to always be a step ahead of those who may want to exploit the system to their advantage.”