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    • SADC Success Stories Vol. 2 – Portuguese

      Date Signed: 2017-06-01

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters


      A integração regional não é apenas crítica e importante, mas é uma ferramenta e uma estratégia necessária para o desenvolvimento. A integração regional, em palavras simples, é sobre cooperação e economias de escala. Os Estados Membros da SADC concordaram em cooperar juntando seus recursos juntos e implementando projetos transfronteiriços com maior impacto e mais benefícios para seus cidadãos. Alguns desses projetos são apresentados nesta segunda edição das Histórias de Sucesso da SADC.

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    • SADC Success Stories Vol. 2 – English

      Date Signed: 2017-06-01

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters


      Regional integration is not only critical and important but is a necessary tool and strategy for development. Regional integration, in simple words, is about cooperation and economies of scale. SADC Member States have agreed to co-operate by pooling their resources together and implement transboundary projects with greater impact, and more benefit for their citizens. Some of these projects are featured in this second edition of the SADC Success Stories.

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    • Regional Situation Update on the El Niño-Induced Drought - Issue 03: 24 October 2016

      Date Signed: 2016-10-24

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters


      The negative impacts of the El Nino induced drought, the worst in 35 years, which has caused a humanitarian crisis affecting 39 million people or 13% of SADC population, continues to intensify. Several factors including depleted food reserves, rising food prices, lower commodity prices, slowing economic growth among other key factors, are exacerbating the situation. Staple food prices are rising due to the generally poor crop production over the past two years. The Regional cereal deficit currently stands at close to 7.4 metric tonnes and is 11% below the five year average dropping from 29 million tonnes in 2015 to 26 million tonnes in 2016 (figures exclude Mauritius and Seychelles). The majority of the population is now entirely dependent on the markets for food.

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