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In August 2008, Heads of State of the Southern African Development Community adopted the ground-breaking SADC Protocol on Gender and Development. This followed a concerted campaign by NGOs under the umbrella of the Southern Africa Gender Protocol Alliance. The SADC Gender Protocol is the only sub-regional instrument that brings together existing global and continental commitments to gender equality and enhances these through time bound targets. Aligned to Millennium Development Goal Three, the original 28 targets of the Protocol targets expire in 2015. Now that 2015 is here, we need to step back, assess and reposition. In June 2014, SADC Gender Ministers agreed to review the targets of the Gender Protocol in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In May this year, ministers added that they want the Protocol to be accompanied by a Monitoring, Evaluation and Results Framework. The 2015 Barometer shows that implementation is now the biggest missing gap in the quest for gender equality. Now is the time to strengthen resolve, reconsider, reposition, and re-strategise for 2030. SADC GENDER PROTOCOL BAROMETER � 2015 2015 is here! In August 2008, Heads of State of the Southern African Development Community adopted the ground-breaking SADC Protocol on Gender and Development. This followed a concerted campaign by NGOs under the umbrella of the Southern Africa Gender Protocol Alliance. The SADC Gender Protocol is the only sub-regional instrument that brings together existing global and continental commitments to gender equality and enhances these through time bound targets. Aligned to Millennium Development Goal Three, the original 28 targets of the Protocol targets expire in 2015. Now that 2015 is here, we need to step back, assess and reposition. In June 2014, SADC Gender Ministers agreed to review the targets of the Gender Protocol in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In May this year, ministers added that they want the Protocol to be accompanied by a Monitoring, Evaluation and Results Framework. The 2015 Barometer shows that implementation is now the biggest missing gap in the quest for gender equality. Now is the time to strengthen resolve, reconsider, reposition, and re-strategise for 2030.

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2015
Edited by Colleen Lowe Morna, Sifiso Dube and Lucia Makamure Foreword by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN WOMEN
Alliance partners Coordinator Gender Links Constitutional and legal rights Women and Law in Southern Africa WLSA Governance Women in Politics Support Unit WIPSU Health, HIV and AIDS Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Information Dissemination Service SAfAIDS Care work Voluntary Services Overseas-Regional Aids Initiative South Africa Economic Justice Zimbabwe Women’s Resource Centre and Network (ZWRCN) Angola Platforma da Mulheres Accao (PMA) Botswana Botswana Council of NGO (BOCONGO) DRC Union Congolaise des Femmes des Medias (UCOFEM) Lesotho Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA-Lesotho) Madagascar FPFE Federation Pour la Promotion Feminine et Enfantine Malawi NGO Gender Coordinating Network (NGOGCN) Mauritius Media Watch Organisation Mozambique Forum Mulher Namibia Namibia Association of Non-Governmental Organisations Trust Seychelles GEMPLUS South Africa South African Women in Dialogue SAWID Swaziland Coordinating Assembly of Non-Governmental Organizations (CANGO) Tanzania Tanzania Gender Network Programme Zambia Women and Law in Southern Africa – Zambia Zimbabwe Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe Faith Based Organisations Norwegian Church AID Southern Africa Office Men’s Groups Sonke Gender Justice Climate change and gender Gender CC SA
The Southern African Gender Protocol Alliance vision is of a region in which women and men are equal in all spheres. The Alliance campaigned for the adoption and implemen-tation of the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development that has 28 targets to be achieved by 2015. The Alliance is now advocating for a strong Post-2015 agenda linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Beijing Plus Twenty and the Africa Agenda 2063, with a strong action and results framework.
Gender Links coordinates the work of the Alliance.
© Copyright 2015 Southern Africa Gender Protocol Alliance ISBN: 978-0-9922433-5-7
Gender Links 9 Derrick Avenue Cyrildene, 2198 Johannesburg, South Africa Phone: 27 (11) 622 2877 Fax: 27 (11) 622 4732 Email: alliance@genderlinks.org.za Websites: www.genderlinks.org.za www.sadcgenderprotocol.org
Editors: Colleen Lowe Morna, Sifiso Dube, Lucia Makamure Foreword: Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN WOMEN Design/Layout: Debi Lee
Sponsors: European Commission, UKaid, Norwegian Church Aid, Diakonia
Acronyms Contributors Foreword Preface Executive summary
Contents
CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 7 CHAPTER 8 CHAPTER 9 CHAPTER 10 CHAPTER 11
CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL RIGHTS Articles 4-11
GENDER AND GOVERNANCE Articles 12-13
EDUCATION AND TRAINING Article 14
ECONOMIC JUSTICE Articles 15-19
GENDER BASED VIOLENCE Articles 20-25
HEALTH Article 26
HIV AND AIDS Article 27
PEACE BUILDING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION Article 28
MEDIA, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION Articles 29-31
GENDER, CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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1: SADC Protocol@Work case studies used in the 2015 Barometer 2: FROM MDGs to SDGs - Aligning the SADC Gender Protocol to the SDGs 3: Integrating the SDG provisions into the SADC Gender Protocol 4: Mapping of global gender frameworks against the SADC Gender Protocol 5: Gender in mainstream SADC Protocols 6: Gender references in SADC Protocols by theme 7: Targets and provisions in the SADC Gender Protocol 8: Roadmap for the review of the SADC Gender Protocol I: CSC sample 2015 II: Sectors covered by the SGDI and CSC III : Key indicators of the status of women in SADC countries IV: SGDI Scores by country and rank 2011 - 2015 V: SDGI by country and sector performance 2011-2015 VI: Citizen Scores by country and rank 2011 - 2015 Chapter one 1.1: Analysis of gender equality clauses in constitutions 1.2: Tanzania discriminatory customary legal provisions 1.3: Incidence of child marriages in SADC 1.4: Marriage and family laws Chapter two 2.1: Elections in SADC 2014-2016 2.2: SGP governance provisions 2.3: Global comparison of women in parliament by region 2.4: Global and regional ranking of Women in Parliament 2.5: Women in parliament in SADC 2015 2.6: Women's representation in cabinet 2009 - 2015 2.7: Top women leaders in Southern Africa 2009 -2015 2.8: Women's representation in local government 2009 - 2015 2.9: Women in local government in SADC in 2015 and projections 2.10: Political parties and quotas 2.11: Electoral systems, quotas and women's political participation in SADC 2.12: Electoral systems and quota results table 2.13: Summary of 50/50 Campaign Strategy Chapter three 3.1: Government expenditure on Education 3.2: Access and enrolment in education 3.3: Pass rates in primary and secondary schools in selected SADC countries 3.4: Representation of women in the teaching profession 3.5: Women and men in university faculties Chapter four 4.1: Economic growth and gender indicators 4.2: Human Development in Southern Africa 4.3: Men and women executive management positions in 2012 4.4: Women and men's earning in the SADC region 4.5: Conditions of employment Chapter five 5.1: Key baseline indicators on GBV against the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development 5.2: Human Trafficking Index SA, 2011-2013 Chapter six 6.1: Health indicators 6.2: Changes in MMR 2009 – 2015 6.3: Progress in skilled birth attendants 6.4: Contraceptive usage 2009 to 2015
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I: Comparative analysis of overall SGDI and CSC scores II: SGDI by sector 2011 - 2015 III: How women and men perceive government commitment IV: CSC by sector 2011-2015 V: Comparison of the SGDI and CSC by country for 2015 VI: Comparative CSC and SGDI sector scores Chapter one 1.1: Women and men's perceptions of constitutional and legal rights 1.2: Progress on Constitutional reviews between 2009 and 2015 1.3: Progress on non-discrimination on the basis of sex and others between 2009 and 2015 1.4: Progress on decriminalising LGBTI between 2009 and 2015 1.5: Progress on gender equality provisions in SADC Constitutions between 2009 and 2015 1.6: Progression addressing contradictions between Constitutions, laws and practices between 2009 and 2015 1.7: Progress on eliminating claw back clauses between 2009 and 2015 1.8: Progress on providing for affirmative action between 2009 and 2015 1.9: Progress on increasing the marriage age for girls to a minimum of 18 between 2009 and 2015 1.10: Progress on criminalising marital rape between 2009 and 2015 1.11: Progress on decriminalising sex work between 2009 and 2015 1.12: Progress on legalising abortion between 2009 and 2015 Chapter two 2.1: Average comparative SGDI and CSC scores from 2011 to 2015 2.2: SGDI scores by country: 2011-2015 2.3: Comparison of the SGDI and CSC by country for 2015 2.4: Women and men's perception of governance in SADC 2.5: Women in political decision-making in SADC from 2005 - 2015 2.6: Women in parliament, cabinet and local government, 2015 2.7: Women in parliament in SADC - 2005 to 2015 Chapter three 3.1: Comparative SGDI and CSC scores for education sector 3.2: Women and men's perceptions on education sector 3.3: Relationship between education and other SADC Gender Protocol provisions 3.4: Literacy levels of women and men 3.5: Proportion of girls and boys in primary schools 3.6: Proportion of girls and boys in secondary schools 3.7: Proportion of women and men in tertiary education 3.8: Percentage of women and men in faculties of arts, humanities and social sciences 3.9: Percentage of women and men in faculties of law 3.10: Percentage of women and men in faculties of science Chapter four 4.1: 2015 Economy Sector SGDI Scores 4.2: SGDI Comparison by country 2011 - 2015 4.3: Women's and men's perceptions of the economic sector 2015 4.4: Comparative SGDI and CSC scores for productive resources and employment 2015 4.5: SGDI and CSC trends 2011 to 2015 4.6: Trends of women in decision-making 2009 to 2015 4.7: Women in economic decision-making in 2014 4.8: Labour force participation 4.9: Labour force participation in 2009 and 2014 Chapter five 5.1: Legislation on GBV since 2009 in the SADC region 5.2: GBV service provision since 2009 in the SADC region 5.3: Coordination, monitoring and evaluation of GBV programmes since 2009 in the SADC region
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Chapter seven 7.1: Key gender, HIV and AIDS indicators 7.2: Proportion of Women and Men Living with HIV 7.3: Adolescent Prevention and HIV Testing 7.4: Comparison of PMTCT Coverage 2009 - 2015 7.5: Comparison of ARV access 2009 to 2015 7.6: Services undertaken by care providers Chapter eight 8.1: Peace Index 2015 Ranking of Sub-Saharan Countries 8.2: Analysis of gender provisions in relevant security services legislation 8.3: Women's representation in correctional services Chapter nine 9.1: Summary of GL's media COEs 9.2: Women's voice in individual media house performance 9.3: Summary of key gender indicators for institutions of higher learning in the GIME research Chapter ten 10.1: Changes in climate patterns in Southern Africa 10.2: Gender dimensions of climate change 10.3: Climate Change, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights 10.4: Representation of women and men in key decision-making positions related to the environment Chapter eleven 11.1: Legal progress of the Protocol by country 11.2: Country mapping of national gender policies, procesess and alignment to Protocol 11.3: Centres of Excellence for Gender in Local Government 11.4: Amount allocated by COEs for gender work (Rands) 11.5: Participants in the knowledge quiz 11.6: Participants in the GPS 11.7: How the GPS is scored 11.8: 2015 SADC Protocol@Work District and National Summits 11.9: Summit case studies by country by theme
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5.4: Women and men's perception on GBV, 2015 5.5: Lifetime prevalence 5.6: Lifetime experience and perpetration of intimate partner violence 5.7: Lifetime experience of rape by non-partner 5.8: Ecological model of the drivers of GBV 5.9: Health Consequences of Violence Against Women and Girls 5.10: Association between HIV positive status and experience of IPV 5.11: Association between HIV positive status and experience of rape 5.12: Personal attitudes about sexual entitlement in marriage 5.13: Experience of sexual harassment in the six countries 5.14: Awareness of the 16 Days of Activism Campaign 5.15: Proportion of political speeches mentioning GBV Chapter six 6.1: SGDI Indicators Comparative 2011 : 2015 6.2: Comparative SGDI and CSC scores for the health sector 6.3: Women's and men's perceptions on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights 6.4: Maternal mortality rate per 100 000 in Southern Africa 6.5: Percentage of births attended by skilled personnel 6.6: Contraceptive usage in Southern Africa 6.7: Total coverage of sanitation facilities 6.8: Percentage rural coverage of sanitation facilities 6.9: Percentage urban coverage of sanitation facilities Chapter seven 7.1: HIV and AIDS Comparative SGDI 2011 - 2015 7.2: Comparative SGDI and CSC scores for the HIV and AIDS 7.3: Women's and Men's perceptions of HIV and AIDS 7.4: Proportion of women and men living with HIV 7.5: Women and men's comprehensive knowledge of HIV and AIDS 7.6: Percentage pregnant women living with HIV on PMTC 7.7: Percentage of those eligible receiving ARVs Chapter eight 8.1: Women's and men's perceptions on peace and security 8.2: Percentage of women in the defence sector 8.3: Women's representation in SADC police forces 8.4: Women in peace keeping 2013-2014 Chapter nine 9.1: Comparative SGDI and CSC score for media 9.2: Comparative progress SGDI and CSC scores for media 9.3: Women and men's perception of the media in SADC 9.4: Progress in media house scores by country 9.5: Women as news sources over time 9.6: Women sources in SADC 2013 and 2014 Chapter ten 10.1 Women's participation at the Conferences of the Parties (COP) 10.2: Proportion of women and men in the environmental and sustainable development sector Chapter eleven 11.1: Costing model developed by Gender Links 11.2: SADC Protocol@Work case studies in service delivery 2015 by country 11.3: Strengthening coalition building 11.4: Average knowledge quiz scores per question 2012 and 2015 11.5: Female and male knowledge quiz scores per question 2015 11.6: Gender Progress Scores for women and men in the SADC region 11.7: Levels of gender awareness in the SADC region 11.8: Summit case studies by category
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Association of Advertising Agencies All Basotho Convention All Basotho Congress for Democracy African Economic Outlook African Growth and Opportunity Act Acquired Immune Deficiency Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania Agriculture and Livestock Survey African National Congress Antenatal Care Activists networking against the exploitation of children All People's Party Agricultural Research and Extension Unit Anti-retroviral treatment Anti-Retroviral drug African Union Biological and Behavioural Surveillance Basic Conditions of Employment Act Botswana Congress Party Botswana Export Development and Investment Authority Botswana Development Cooperation Botswana Democratic Party Basic Education Statistic in Tanzania Botswana National Front Basotho National Party Botswana Council of Non-Governmental Organisations Beijing Platform for Action Broadcasting Services Act Business Support Services Programme Business Women's Association of South Africa Campaign for Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa Community Agency for Social Enquiry Concessionary Credit Agency Charna cha Mapinduzi Climate Change Programme Citizens' Economic Empowerment Commission Citizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Carbon Green Investments Centre of Excellence Cha Cha Demokrasia in Tanzania Community Home Based Care Citizen Score Card Community Media for Development Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol Congress of Democrats Community Savings and Investment Project Conference of the Parties Congress of the People Congress of South African Trade Unions Commonwealth Parliamentary Forum Credit Empowerment for Women (in Tanzania) Constitutional Review Process (Zimbabwe) Civil society Organisations Commission on the Status of Women Civic United Front Commonwealth Secretariat Democratic Alliance Development Bank of Seychelles Department of International Relations and Cooperation Democratic Party of Namibia Democratic Progress Party Democratic Republic of Congo Democratic Turnhalle Alliance of Namibia Economic Commission for Africa Economic Commission for Latin America European Development Fund Economic Freedom Fighters Environmental Impact Assessment Electoral Institute of Southern Africa Export Marketing Assistance Programme for Manufacturers Election Management Body Personal and Social Education Programme (Seychelles) Feminist Activist Coalition Female Genital Mutilation First Post the Post Frente de Libeartacao de Mocambique Liberation Front Global Alliance on Media and Gender Botswana Girl/Boy Education Movement
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