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The contents consider the Millennium Development Goals
(MDGs) and the New Partnership for Africaís Development
(NEPAD) as integral to the regionís development.
Bayano Valy, Tomas Vieira Mario,
Richard Nyamanhindi, Patience Zirima, Petronella Mugoni, Patricia Munemo,
Takura Chamuka, Clever Mafuta, Tigere Chagutah,
Phyllis Johnson, Shiela Chikulo, Emmanuella Matorofa
Head of Corporate Communications Unit, SADC
Leefa Penehupifo Martin
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