Council of Swaziland Churches

The Council of Swaziland Churches, formed in 1976, has a totalof nine member churches spread around the four regions of the country. The Council of Swaziland Churches is a fellowship of the World Council of Churches. The vision of the Council of Churches is to enable member churches to develop themselves, their communities and the nation spiritually and physically in a just and sustainable way. CSC mission is to further the unity of God’s church as a body of Christ by developing strategies that will enable membership to advocate for justice and peace in all circumstances and dealings.

Role of education sector in providing care and support to OVC in Lesotho and Swaziland

As the HIV epidemic continues to unfold across southern Africa, countries are still struggling to find effective means to address many of its negative impacts at individual, family and community levels. One of the most complicated challenges is how to support the growing number of orphans and other children made vulnerable, or made more vulnerable, by the direct and indirect effects of HIV on their households. In particular, there have been many individual and institutional efforts to assist these children through schools and other educational services and institutions.

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Mswati parties while his subjects suffer

Swaziland’s King Mswati snagged a ticket to the royal wedding, and went to London with an entourage of 50 people to enjoy the festivities. 70 percent of Mswati’s subjects live below the poverty line.

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