Women’s Convention – Setting Parliamentary Agenda

Eswatini was recently introduced to its new members of Parliament (MPs) with representations of all 59 local Constituencies. Out of these 59 represented constituencies, only two women successfully made it through the elections. These results are rather disappointing and discouraging for the course toward gender equity where both men and…

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Press Release: Ongoing Violence in Eswatini

Over the last two days our country has experienced increased rates of violence on our streets and in our public spaces. There have been reports of severe injuries, as well as the use of stones, guns, tear gas and grenades on people from both sides of the strike action. As…

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SWAGAA Welcomes New Staff – We’re Growing!!!!

We are excited to introduce the three new staff who joined our team this September to work on SWAGAA’s Insika ya Kusasa project. In partnership with Pact, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) and John Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), the goal of this exciting project is to prevent…

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