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  • Marla Shaivitz posted an update 6 months ago

    This op-ed, submitted by health ministers of South Africa and Lesotho and the principal secretary of health of Swaziland, that ran in both the print and online version of today’s Mail and Guardian newspaper in South Africa, for the final day of the Durban ‪AID S2016‬ conference.
    Statistics show that voluntary male circumcision is a crucial weapo…[Read more]

  • Thanks to all who could join our webinar on April 26, 2016. We were happy to hear from colleagues from all over the world, including Egypt, South Africa, North Carolina and Swaziland. We were excited to share the consensus statement, the results of the Youth Friendly Service Provider study in Ethiopia and the SBCC tools for Providers and Youth. H…[Read more]

  • Please join us May 17th for this webinar.
    This webinar will present the the new Strategic Communication Framework for Hormonal Contraceptive Methods and Potential HIV-Related Risks, discuss the adaptation process in Malawi and Swaziland and provide the perspective of women living with HIV related to this issue.

  • Yesterday, 14th October, Swaziland joined the world in commemoration of the International Day of the Girl Child 2015 with the theme “The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030”. This day promotes the equal treatment and opportunities for girls in the country in areas such as health care, education, training, and freedom from violence and…

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  • The Info Centre yesterday held a very successful “Face-to-Face” Discussion Forum where 56 people from various organizations including: government (Deputy Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education); non-governmental (AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Family Life Association, Swaziland Action Group Against Abuse, LUSWETI, etc);…[Read more]

  • Addressing the problem that sex workers pose to the spread of HIV begins with knowing who they are. Identification of sex workers is the first step, allowing a registry of sex workers for contact and communication. Thus reachable, these individuals can receive advice on health issues, HIV testing and counselling, if need be treatment, and a supply…[Read more]

  • The National Emergency Response Council on HIV and AIDS (NERCHA) and partners’ Hub wins a third prize at the Swaziland International Trade Fair. The Prime Minister presented the prize.

  • The HIV Response Hub at the Swaziland International Trade Fair continues to provide information on the response in the country as well as provide HTC and prevention services (especially condom promotion). For the first time, there is also information on “Reducing my risk of getting HIV through sexual contact” that is available on braille.…

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  • I am at the Springboard Global advisory council meeting in Dar…AM excited. Looking forward on making Springboard a live and alive in Swaziland.

    • Happy to finally meet Busi in person! I have heard so many great reports of her work at the Info Centre in Swaziland. It is wonderful to meet such a committed and influential member of the Southern African HIV prevention community.

  • It was a great experience attending the Swaziland forum on July 1st – it was such a well prepared event! Congratulations to the organisers! I was thinking as I was sitting there, this is great forum and can take us a long way in health communication. I was also wondering if we can have Springboard as a digital app for easy use in mobile gargets a…[Read more]

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