Approach

The formulation of this gender strategy is informed by a comprehensive gender analysis at a workshop conducted in Harare which brought together representatives from CBTAs. This consultative workshop focused on a gender audit of the following areas:

  • Leadership
  • Staff capacity
  • Gender main streaming in program and policy
  • Tools and resources
  • Budget and
  • Monitoring and evaluation

The gender strategy development was also informed by a desk review of SACBTA programme documents and general literature on cross border trade.

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Special acknowledgement and appreciation goes also to the cross border traders for their invaluable time and critical views in providing insights during the consultative processes. SACBTA extends its appreciation and gratitude to the many individuals who provided technical review and offered suggestions and contributions to the development of this strategy.

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SACBTA President
SACBTA President, Sudecar Novera

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