SADC and Gender Protocol Home Article

SADC and Gender Protocol Home Article


Date: August 21, 2012
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The SADC Gender Protocol Campaign Programme seeks to advance gender equality by ensuring accountability by all SADC Member states and ensuring that they deliver on the 28 substantive time-bound targets to be achieved by 2015. The SADC Protocol on Gender and Development was finally adopted on 17 August 2008. The signing of the Protocol was a victory for women of the region, but it also meant the beginning of another process as the focus turned to ratification and implementation of the 28 time-bound targets.


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