Snic-Midi COE

Snic-Midi COE

Date: June 24, 2013
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Fact file
Country Madagascar
Media House Groupe SNIC
Baseline score 63
Latest score 65,33
Proportion of women sources 14%
Gender Policy Yes
Joined the COE programme Yes
Summit Yes

The SNIC Group has nearly 700 employees, including 200 employees in Midi Madagascar, 60 employees at Snic, 80 employees at MATV, hundreds of hawkers as well as employees within the company and the Marie Fanantenana Anglesio Society.The Group SNIC has been part of the COE process since 2010. With 200 employees with 45% women, the major challenge of the media house is to balance women and men sources. Read more

COE Report card
Stage Description Date Outputs
I Meetings and adoption of COE concept
II Situational analysis May 2012 Report
III Inception workshop 24 June 2010 Report
IV Policy drafting 24 June 2010 Draft  Gender Policy
V Adoption
VI Opinion and commentary 08-09 November 2012 Report
VII Understanding the context
Media Management and editing
Constitutional and legal rights and governance
Climate change and sustainable development
Education and training
Productive resources, employment and economic resources
Gender Based Violence 20 October 2012 GBV Report
Health and HIV and AIDS
Peace building
VIII Self monitoring August 2012 Self monitoring data
IX External monitoring and evaluation February 2013 Report
X Summit 18-19-20 March 2013 18-19-20 March 2013



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