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With an average score of 61%, gender attitudes in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are gradually changing for the better, but evidence of deep-seated patriarchal attitudes is still strong. The gender attitudes research shows that, while 58% of women and men in the SADC region agree or strongly agree that “women and men should be treated the same”, 52% agree or strongly agree that “a woman should obey her husband.”
Engage with the data from this survey of over 34,000 respondents in 15 countries by clicking here. Read the regional report here, powerpoint presentation here and country reports by clicking on the tabs below.