A focus on identified weaknesses (many of which are already well documented and well known) would be sufficient, tte weaknesses are thus distilled into concrete recommendations intended to address one or more of the weaknesses. Figure 3.2 illustrates the weaknesses which are listed in order, with most frequently identified weaknesses at the bottom of the figure. Concrete actions around such recommendations, each shown by arrows to address one or more of the identified weaknesses, appear in the middle.
It is essential to note that in the case of many of these recommended actions, work is already under way. Gaps remain, however, and the stakeholder identified weaknesses shown in this paper ensure that closing these gaps is not merely a research task. As stated earlier, the tradeoff here is between what stakeholders require, and what can be robustly provided, tte recommendations, we propose, show a middle ground - much of which, despite existing work, is yet to be attained in the SADC region.
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