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    The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is guided by two strategic plans, one of which has been reviewed in a Desk Assessment, and a series of Protocols:

    For regional and continental development plans to be successful, SADC acknowledges the need for a stable political environment. To this end, the Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan also depends upon the commitment of Member States to the Strategic Indicative Plan for the Organ.

    Both plans have been design to compliment the strategic plans of the African continent enshrined in the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NePAD).