PROMOTION STRATEGY FOR SMEs, POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR ENABLING ENVIRONMENT SADC EXPERIENCE VOLOLONIAINA RALIVAO ALISOA. INTRODUCTION.
On average, SADC as a region recorded growth rate of 3.5 % in 2003, 5.9% in 2006 and 6% in 2007
The context of trade liberalisation and globalization process and the joining of Namibia, South Africa and Mauritius as members of SADC and its transformation from Conference to Community, dictated the need for a new policy on Industry
Protocol on Transport and Communication
Spatial Development Corridors have opened investment opportunities for both domestic and foreign private investors.
SADC has developed several development corridors and SDI in the region: Maputo Development Corridor (Mozambique and South Africa), Beira Development Corridor (Zimbabwe/Mozambique), Limpopo Valley (Mozambique/Zimbabwe/South Africa), Trans-Limpopo (Zimbabwe/South Africa), Okavango Upper Zambezi International Tourism Initiative (Zimbabwe/Zambia/Botswana/Namibia/Angola) and Zambezi Valley (Zimbabwe/Mozambique/Zambia/Malawi) to mention a few with great potential
The project is a joint water supply and sanitation project between Angola and Namibia. It involves the rehabilitation and expansion of existing water supply scheme between the 2 countries