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At Eevah, we create beautiful jewelry with the desire to impact lives around the world. At the heart of our company is the passion to help children in under-resourced areas of the world.

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At Medical Ambassadors International we build relationships with the world’s most vulnerable people and together we work to heal communities both physically and spiritually.

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Kids Around the World is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to impacting the lives of kids with God’s transforming hope.

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We're a volunteer, grassroots nonprofit that works to improve literacy in rural areas of Africa by providing access to information and books through the development of small libraries.
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Experts project a rise in average temperatures and decrease in annual rainfall in Swaziland due to climate change. Climate change will significantly degrade the amount of forested land and increase the effects of desertification. A significant loss of biodiversity within the country is also expected.1 Swaziland is also very vulnerable to natural disasters such as flooding and droughts. These natural disasters undermine the agricultural industry, which is where approximately 70% of the country finds employment.2

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Swaziland News

The Swazi Observer 
ATHLETICS-Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force (USDF) athlete Melusi Sihlongonyane has proved once again to be the finest the country has in long distance races after claiming the crown in the Buy Cash/Golden Foot 21km run. The second edition of the ... See more..
Independent Online 
This week South Africa took over from Swaziland as the next chair of SADC - a role it will assume for the next year. Ministers and other stakeholders also used several meetings to deliberate on political issues affecting countries within the region as ... See more..
In our series City Guide, we ask our favorite musicians, actors, artists and known personalities from all over Africa what their go-to spots are in their hometown or ... See more..
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The Swazi Observer 
IT will be business as usual for banks and financial institutions in the country as the proposed sympathy strike by the Swaziland Union of Financial Institution and ... See more..
President Jacob Zuma, will this weekend take over the rotating chairmanship of the Southern African Development Community from Swaziland's King Mswati III. See more..
Science Magazine 
PARIS—New data from Swaziland, a tiny country in southern Africa, provide some of the most convincing evidence yet that aggressively ramping up treatment for HIV/AIDS works on a population level to cut the rate of new infections. The kingdom has had ... See more..
Kawowo Sports 
Waiswa and company embark on the pre-season test with a build up match against South African side Amazulu which is on training camp in Swaziland. His immediate ambition at the club is to aspire for the best. “Football is a collective sport. I will ... See more..
The Swazi Observer 
Injection Drug Users in SWAZILAND. 20/08/2017 03:00:00 By LUSITO TSELA. A 33-year-old resident of Fairview in Manzini, who is a former drug injecting user, narrated his story on how he became hooked on drugs. Muzi Tsabedze said, “the first drug I tried ... See more.. 
A security guard told a court in Swaziland a female policeman sat on his face and other officers assaulted him after they accused him of stealing motor parts. Vusi Thwala of Mahamba said the officer told him, 'You will eat what you have never eaten ... See more.. 
Members of parliament in Swaziland have accused a government ministry of lying in a report on severe hunger in the kingdom's schools. They were told that a crisis that has continued all year was over and that school committees were stealing food ... See more..
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Southern Africa, between Mozambique and South Africa

Total 17,364 sq km
Land 17,204 sq km
Water 160 sq km


varies from tropical to near temperate
Natural Resources

asbestos, coal, clay, cassiterite, hydropower, forests, small gold and diamond deposits, quarry stone, and talc ;
Natural Hazards

Current Environmental Issues

limited supplies of potable water; wildlife populations being depleted because of excessive hunting; overgrazing; soil degradation; soil erosion


1,403,362 (July 2013 est.)
Ethnic Groups


Surrounded by South Africa, except for a short border with Mozambique, Swaziland depends heavily on South Africa from which it receives more than 90% of its imports and to which it sends 60% of its exports. Swaziland's currency is pegged to the South African rand, effectively subsuming Swaziland's monetary policy to South Africa. The government is heavily dependent on customs duties from the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), and worker remittances from South Africa supplement domestically earned income. Subsistence agriculture employs approximately 70% of the population. The manufacturing sector has diversified since the mid-1980s. Sugar and wood pulp were major ...See More foreign exchange earners; however, the wood pulp producer closed in January 2010, and sugar is now the main export earner. Mining has declined in importance in recent years with only coal and quarry stone mines remaining active. Customs revenues plummeted due to the global economic crisis and a drop in South African imports. The resulting decline in revenue has pushed the country into a fiscal crisis. Swaziland is looking to other countries, including South Africa, for assistance, but continues to struggle to meet its monthly payroll and fund government programs. With an estimated 40% unemployment rate, Swaziland''s need to increase the number and size of small and medium enterprises and attract foreign direct investment is acute. Overgrazing, soil depletion, drought, and floods persist as problems for the future. More than one-fourth of the population needed emergency food aid in 2006-07 because of drought, and more than one-quarter of the adult population has been infected by HIV/AIDS. Show Less ;
GDP Purchasing Power Parity

$6.345 billion (2012 est.); $6.441 billion (2011 est.); $6.424 billion (2010 est.)
Gross National Saving

7.6% of GDP (2012 est.); 0.6% of GDP (2011 est.); -2.3% of GDP (2010 est.)
Agriculture Products

sugarcane, cotton, corn, tobacco, rice, citrus, pineapples, sorghum, peanuts; cattle, goats, sheep

coal, wood pulp, sugar, soft drink concentrates, textiles and apparel