- Empowerment of women vital to sustainable development
- Food security prospects brighten for southern Africa
- Energy cooperation paying off as SADC records power surplus
- China committed to global development, considers Africa an important partner
THE CONTINENTAL vision of the “Africa We Want” defined by the African Union as Agenda 2063 serves as an inspiration for the sub-regions to review their own plans and vision for the future.
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This book prepared by SARDC for the 36th SADC Summit in Swaziland 30-31 August 2016, provides a public record of SADC activities and achievements in the past year, including implementation of the industrialization agenda and the operationalisation of the regional development fund.
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