SADC REGIONAL STATISTICAL PROGRAMME. BY ACKIM JERE Senior Policy and Programmes Manager - Statistics SADC Secretariat Gaborone, Botswana. SADC REGIONAL STATISTICAL PROGRAMME IN CONTEXT OF RISDP. Introduction The RISDP and the SADC Statistics Programme
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Senior Policy and Programmes Manager - Statistics
The SADC Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan (RISDP) is a 15 year regional integration development framework, setting the priorities, policies and strategies for achieving the long-term goals of the SADC. It is intended to guide member states, SADC Institutions, regional stakeholders, international cooperating partners in the process of deepening integration to turn the Community’s vision into reality.
(1) Development of a legal framework in Statistics;
(2) Harmonization of Statistics in the SADC region;
(3) Provision of relevant Statistics for regional integration; and
(4) Statistical Capacity building development in SADC.
regional integration and sustainable
the harmonization of policies and strategies
to accelerate regional integration and
SADC Statistics Programme aims at achieving the following;
Under the New SADC Secretariat Organization Structure:
As at May 2006 only the position of Senior Policy and Programmes Manager has been filled.
Positions (3) and (4) still frozen
The audits of National Statistical Systems in SADC member states undertaken under the auspices of the RSTP provide empirical evidence of the following as major challenges: