The SADC Barometer, a quarterly periodical published by SAIIA from 2003-2005, focused on key issues and trends affecting the Southern African Development Community. It formed part of a two-year project, funded by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and the US Agency for International Development, to monitor progress toward regional integration and development.

Issue No 8 March 2005

Evaluating Progress – This issue focuses on SADC’s accomplishments and future regional strategy and role.
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Issue No 7 December 2004

Going for the MDGs – This issue focuses on the Millennium Development Goals and SADC.
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Issue No 6 August 2004

Beyond the Rhetoric – This issue focuses on politics and governance, particularly the SADC Norms and Standards on Elections and SADC in the public mind.
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Issue No 5 April 2004

Development Necessities – This issue focuses on food, agriculture and natural resources in SADC
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Issue No 4 January 2004

Unlikely Bedfellows – Contributions to this issue examine the interplay between civil society and governments in the region, as well as the role that civil society should play in SADC
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Issue No 3 October 2003

From Potholes to Prosperity – This issue covers infrastructure initiatives in the region from mending Angola’s roads and rail to wireless connections and privatising ports
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Issue No 2 June 2003

Trading for Development? – Articles explore trade and investment as vehicles for development in SADC
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Issue No 1 March 2003

SADC’s Restructuring – This issue discusses SADC’s restructuring initiatives, as well as some of the key socio-economic challenges facing SADC
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