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SADC Vision 2050 and RISDP 2020-30

Imani Development is honoured to be working with the SADC Secretariat and Member States to redefine the Vision of what SADC will be in the year 2050, and its Mission in realising those aspirations.

The SADC Vision 2050 and the related RISDP 2020-30 draft documents were presented to SADC senior officials by Imani Development International at […]

By |19th March 2020|Latest News|Comments Off

SADC Compliance Mechanism

We are honoured to be working with the SADC Secretariat and Member States in developing an effective mechanism to monitor and ensure compliance to SADC Protocols and other legal instruments and commitments.

This follows a SADC Extra-Ordinary Summit held in March 2017, where the Secretariat resolved to develop effective monitoring and assurance systems to track progress […]

By |24th January 2020|Latest News|0 Comments

Identifying additionality in an established market system: A market system review of the Avocado & Mango sector in Kenya by Martin Eichhorn


The AgriFI Kenya Challenge Fund Initiative aims to support productive and market-integrated smallholder agriculture in Kenya, improving the capacity of farmers to practice environmentally sustainable agricultural businesses in inclusive value chains (VCs). The anticipated impacts of the fund include benefits relating to gender, youth, climate, nutrition and food security. Through their interactions with smallholder farmers […]

By |10th January 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Design of a Philanthropic Prize Programme (2018)

Banco de Fomento Angola (BFA) is an Angolan bank, operating since 1993. In 2005, BFA’s Board of Directors approved the design and creation of a Social Fund, intended to support relevant social initiatives at national level in the areas of education, healthcare, and social solidarity. In 2017, the BFA Board increased funds available for social […]

By |13th December 2019|Projects|0 Comments

Evaluation of JOAC Sugar Project: Building Market and Climate Resilience for Sugar Farmers in Swaziland (2019)

Fairtrade has managed a £220,926 project in Swaziland, funded by the Jersey Overseas Aid Commission, between 2016-2018 to build market and climate resilience for sugar farmers in Swaziland.
The aim of the project was to achieve the following outcomes for farmers negatively impacted by changes to EU legislation affecting their market and climate changes threatening their […]

By |13th December 2019|Projects|0 Comments

Evaluation of the Safer Communities Incubator Programme (2017-2019)

Fight for Peace International (FFPI) works with youth at risk or already involved in violence to develop their psycho social, academic and job skills using boxing and martial arts as an entry point to the youth. The SCP specifically, uses a ‘Collective Impact’, which is a strategy for social change based on the assumption that […]

By |13th December 2019|Projects|0 Comments

Mauritius MFA – Trade Remedies (2019-2020)

Mauritius is a Small Island Developing Country which is fully integrated into the global trading system. It is an export-oriented economy with international trade (imports and exports) making up for almost 100% of GDP. As a member of COMESA and SADC, it has liberalized fully its trade for its constituent members and is currently actively […]

By |13th December 2019|Projects|0 Comments

Consolidating Interventions on the Non-Tariff Barriers Elimination in South Sudan (2018 – 2019)

TradeMark East Africa has been working with the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and the Private Sector to map Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs) in South Sudan. They have assisted in developing a strategy for their elimination as well as establishing the NTB National Monitoring Committee (NTBs NMC).

The purpose of this engagement was to continue supporting the […]

By |13th December 2019|Projects|0 Comments

Profiling the Agro-Processing Industry in the SADC Region (2018 – 2019)

Agriculture contributes about 15% of total SADC GDP (between 4% and 27% of GDP in the different SADC Member States), industry accounts for 31% and services for 55%. The share of manufacturing (11.3% SADC wide, 2014) with the exception of South Africa and Mauritius, remains low and relatively undiversified in SADC.

The revised SADC Regional Indicative […]

By |26th November 2019|Projects|0 Comments

Market Survey on Non-Timber Forest Products in Northern Ghana (2015 – 2016)

Northern Ghana has been left behind as the rest of the country reports impressive economic growth. Most families in Northern Ghana rely on subsistence agriculture in a harsh, dry climate that is prone to drought and other impacts of climate change. Poverty and food insecurity are higher in this region than elsewhere in the country. […]

By |26th November 2019|Projects|0 Comments