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SADC Youth Movement

Chaire UNESCO (Faculty of Law), University of Kinshasa
Kinshasa 10557 Kin 1
Congo

Phone No.: +243-815113791
Fax No.: +1-309-273-9587
E-mail adress:sekem@caramail.com
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Contact person: Lukovi H.M., Seke

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The SADC Youth Movement is a subregional network of youth representing the 14 countries in the southern africa sub-region called SADC, Southern African Development Community: South Africa, Angola, DR Congo, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Namibia, Botwana, Leshoto, Swaziland, Zambia, Mauritius, Mozambique, Tanzania and Malawi.

SADC is committed to create an environment in which centers of production such as factories, mines, farms and public service providers such as schools and hospitals are secure and safe. SADC intends to achieve through engagements of individual member states of SADC:

- campaign for government of all SADC member states to observe human rights and democratic principle of transparence, good governance, accountability and democracy and to uphold rule of law,
- engage SADC member states to commit themselves in creating a society in which food, basic education, shelter and clothing are available for all,
- strive through the campaign for youth oriented sustainable developments that seek an African wide economy that will respond in job creation for all,
- establish Youth Brigades for involvement with local government' structures in SADC region and mobilize for greater participation of African' youth in sustainable development processes of Africa and SADC in particular,
- SADC strives to be center for entrepreneurship development in the region,
- establish sustainable coalition on HIV/AIDS among all the members and member organizations,
- establish solidarity campaigns against human rights violations and youth unemployment in the region.

Seke Lukovi H.M. is the Chairperson of the SADC Youth Movement.

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