Currency: Swazi Lilangeni

Timezone: UTC+2

Major Cities: Mbabane

Eswatini, also known as Swaziland, is a Southern African country sharing its borders with South Africa and Mozambique. The country has both a tropical and temperate climate and a terrain that is mostly mountains, hills, and sloping plains. The population of the country is approximately 1.2 million people and the major ethnic groups in the country are the Swazi, Zulu, Tsonga, and the Afrikaner. Swazi and English are the official languages of the country, spoken alongside major local languages.

The country operates a monarchial system of government that is administratively divided into 4 regions and Mbabane, the capital of the country. Agriculture is the country’s most important sector, employing 75 percent of the population. Furthermore, the country’s major source of foreign exchange earnings comes from the exports of sugar, essential oil, and chemical products. Major challenges confronting the country include limited access to potable water supply, political suppression, and the high level of inequality between the monarch and the citizens.

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The Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Act 2018


This is an Act to make provisions concerning sexual offences and domestic violence, prevention and the protection of all persons from harm from domestic violence and other sexual violence.

Eswatini 2018 Gender and Human Rights

Annual TB Program Report 2017 Annual Program Report

Eswatini, Ministry of Health

The primary aim of this report is to share information on progress made to control in Swaziland (2017). It reviews the TB strategic plan 2015-2019 and challenges faced.

Eswatini 2017 Health

National Health Policy, 2007

Eswatini, Minister for Health and Social Welfare

This policy aim to reduce morbidity, disability and mortality that is caused by disease and social conditions.

Eswatini 2017 Health

National Policy Guidelines on TB/HIV Collaborative Activities 2015

Eswatini, Ministry of Health, Monitoring and Evaluation

This policy delineate the roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders at every level of the provision of health, and provides guidance on which collaborative TB/HIV activities are to be implemented in the country.

Eswatini 2015 Health

Annual HIV Programs Report 2013

Eswatini, Ministry of Health

This 2013 HIV report covers the two thematic areas which are Prevention (HTC, PMTCT) and Treatment care and support (ART, HIV and TB co infection).

Eswatini 2013 Health

TB Program Annual Report 2020

Eswatini, Ministry of Health

This document provides a description of the activities conducted by the National Tuberculosis Control Program (NTCP) in 2012. The report conveys the main achievements of the program as well as the challenges faced.

Eswatini 2012 Health

National Gender Policy 2010

Eswatini, Swaziland Government

This National Gender Policy provides strategies to improve the living conditions of women and men by addressing the inequities between both genders.

Eswatini 2010 Gender and Human Rights

National Health Policy, 2007

Eswatini, Ministry of Health

This policy is designed to provide guidance to all programs and departmental policies in the health sector, including those that deal with traditional, alternative and complementary health services.

Eswatini 2007 Health