The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is an international intergovernmental organization comprised of 15 countries in southern Africa. The SADC was established with the signing of the Declaration and Treaty of the SADC on August 17, 1992 in Windhoek, Namibia, during the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Coordination Conference. The main objectives of the SADC are to achieve development, peace and security, and economic growth; to enhance the standard and quality of life of the peoples of Southern Africa; and to increase regional integration amongst its member states.

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Member Countries

Member Countries
Angola Botswana Democratic Republic of the Congo
Eswatini Lesotho Madagascar
Malawi Mauritius Mozambique
Namibia Seychelles South Africa
Tanzania Zambia Zimbabwe

Sources

Official SADC Website