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    • Protocol on Transport, Communications and Meteorology (1996)

      Entry Into Force: 1998-07-01

      Date Signed: 1996-08-24

      Type: Protocols

      Issues: Science & Technology, Information & Communication

      Themes: Infrastructure, Meteorology, ICT & Telecommunications, Transport, Maritime, Ports & Inland Waterways, Meteorology & Climate, Meteorology


      Effective transport, communications, and meteorology systems are prerequisites for economic growth and improved quality of life – the primary goals of SADC. Recognising that closer integration of these sectors offers benefit to the region, SADC passed the Protocol on Transport, Communications and Meteorology on 24th August 1996.

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    • Protocol on Energy (1996)

      Entry Into Force: 1998-04-17

      Date Signed: 1996-08-24

      Type: Protocols

      Themes: Infrastructure, Energy


      The SADC Protocol on Energy of 1996 intends to promote the harmonious development of national energy policies and matters of common interest for the balanced and equitable development of energy throughout the SADC Region.

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    • Declaration on Information and Communication Technology (2001)

      Date Signed: 2001-08-14

      Type: Documents & Publications, Declarations

      Issues: Science & Technology, Information & Communication

      Themes: Infrastructure, ICT & Telecommunications, Science, Technology & Innovation


      SADC recognises the instrumental role of information and communications technology (ICT) in modern society, particularly in developing an economy. Therefore, in order to promote sustainable socioeconomic development of the region, SADC passed the Declaration on Information and Communications Technology on 14th August 2001.

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    • Charter of the Regional Tourism Organisation of Southern Africa (1997)

      Date Signed: 1997-09-08

      Type: Documents & Publications, Charters

      Themes: Infrastructure, Tourism


      The Regional Tourism Organisation of Southern Africa has the primary objective of encouraging and assisting the development of legal and ethical tourism throughout the Southern African Region taking due consideration of the overall development of the people, the region and it’s cultural and natural resources.

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