Country summary:

Board Members
When registered 2012
Alliance Focal Network Coordinating Assembly of Non-Governmental Organisations (CANGO)
Government COEs 10
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Media COEs 6
Key partners Local Government Association of Swaziland (SWALGA); Deputy Prime Minister Gender and Family Issues Affairs Unit (GFIU); Ministry of Tinkhundla Development and Administration; Ministry of Housing Urban and Development; Alliance of Mayors and Municipal Leaders on HIV/ AIDS in Africa (AMICAALL); Swaziland Sexual Reproductive and Human Rights; National Assembly of Non-Governmental Organizations (CANGO).

Read more in the Swaziland country report.

Swaziland Strategy 2016 – 2020

Swaziland: Swazi Vessel-Career exposition

Swazi vessel is a career fair for students in the rural outskirts of Swaziland because they have noted that they do not perform well when they finish high school. This may be caused by lack ambitions because they have not achieved what they are passionate. They are often exposed to shallow information about the possible […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Education | Youth Programs: Protocol @ work

Swaziland – Pearl Mabaso

Pearl Mabaso is the owner of Pearl’s Boutique which specializes in sewing church gowns for the two mainstream dominions which are the Zion church and the Jericho (Red-Gown Sect). Apart from those, Pearl’s boutique also specializes in sewing African attires.   After receiving training, Pearl has purchased more industrial sewing machines compared to the domestic sewing […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Drivers of Change Programs: Protocol @ work

Swaziland – Nqobile Nkambule

Community Health Evangelism (CHE) a non-governmental organization sets out to empower women to generate income, better their lives and become independent. In addition (CHE) was working towards preserving nature by reducing the risks of climate change. Nqobile was introduced to Gender Links by the then Siteki AMICAAL focal person Ms Nomathemba Siboza. During that time, she was already manufacturing wonder bags and doing community health work. Through Knowledge and skills she acquired from the entrepreneurship training, […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Drivers of Change Programs: Protocol @ work

Swaziland – Nomcebo Dlamini

Nomcebo is a designer and dressmaker who is also physically disabled. She became affiliated with Gender Links in 2013 and has been an active participant in Gender Links workshops for the past 5 years.  Prior to her first business workshop, Nomcebo was already a dressmaker and designer but a lot of improvements have taken place […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Drivers of Change Programs: Protocol @ work

Swaziland – Busisiwe Phiri

“Economic empowerment means financial independence.” The training has helped me with a lot of things but what stands out is being enlighten on the forms of abuse. Having little knowledge of things can really put you in the dark. You tend to ignore things, thinking that what you are facing is normal. Since I started attending […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Drivers of Change Programs: Protocol @ work

SWAZILAND: Kholiwe Msibi-Livestock extension officer

Swaziland: Swazi Top Bar Hive offers an affordable way of bee keeping which eliminates the need of expensive harvesting equipment and offers a simple and affordable technique. The Swazi Top Bee Hive, under the leadership of Kholiwe Msibi, promotes bee keeping as a way to counter climate change as well as an income generating method. […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Business | Entrepreneurship Programs: Protocol @ work

SWAZILAND: Duma Ndumiso Mnisi-Sandanezwe Invader’s Craft

Sandanezwe Invader’s Craft and Lifestyle Center empowers disabled artisans and their parents through alien plants and textiles to make clothes. Sandanezwe Invader’s Craft and Lifestyle Center is a start-up, community based social venture which has been established with the purpose of using Chromolaena odorata (Siam weed, paraffienbos, Sandanezwe weed,lubobo, gwayana, triffids weed, coacihuizpatli, Christmas bush) […]

SWAZILAND: Cyprian Fumani- Electronic Parts Centre

Swaziland- Electronic Parts Centre ensures environmental sustainability through recycling of broken down electric appliances. The Electric Parts Centre is a project that serves to repair and utilize the parts of old and broken down electric appliances in order to create new ones. They also recycle other plastic material and use it to create the new […]

September 5, 2018 Themes: Entrepreneurship Programs: Gender Justice | Protocol @ work

SWAZILAND: Brenda Dlamini

“I am not my job, not my industry but a black woman who works in the construction industry”  .I am a young ambitious lady who is single and a mother of a 9-year-old girl. Currently working for Ngwenya Town council as an Inspector of works and leads a team of males. After I completed school […]

September 5, 2018 Themes: Employment Programs: Protocol @ work

Swaziland: Zodwa Maseko

Zodwa Maseko is a primary teacher, she teaches lower grades. She has a soft heart for children. She support the needy children who come from poor families through getting assistance from her colleagues. As a school they sometimes have workshops where they equip each other as teachers about the importance of a child. She also […]

August 30, 2018 Themes: Climate Change Programs: Education and training


Country ManagerNcane Maziya
Phone 00 268 762 40486
Address1st Floor Dlanubeka Building, Office# 106F. Mbabane, Swaziland