The AFRA Stakeholders are classified in the following categories:
All national and regional beneficiaries of nuclear techniques; such as:
- Research workers through training/education and exposure to international fora;
- Patients through applications of nuclear techniques in human health (cancer management, nuclear medicine, nutrition);
- Ionizing radiation workers through training, and better safer workplaces;
- Public in general through better protected environment, and safer techniques and industrial processes.
- Regional partners/organizations;
- Atomic Energy Commissions;
- Regulatory Authorities;
- National Nuclear Institutions.
Policy decision makers
- Governments of Member States;
- Meeting of AFRA Representatives;
- Technical Working Group Meetings (TWGM);
- AFRA Committees.
- Fund providers (AFRA Member States, IAEA, Donors);
- Expertise suppliers (AFRA Regional Designated Centres, Specialized Teams);
- Regional research institutions (nuclear facilities, processes, technologies).
Regional organizations and Initiatives (e.g. AU/NEPAD, SADC, AFREC, NGOs & community-based organisations);
- Regional Treaties/conventions (Pelindaba treaty);
- General public;
- International organisations (such as IAEA, UNIDO, UNDP, FAO, WHO, GEF....);
- Sister Agreements in other regions.