Population Service International (PSI)
Population Service International (PSI) is a non profit organisation that harnesses the vitality of the private sector to address the health problems of low - income generating and vulnerable populations in over 60 Countries worldwide. With prgorammes in safe water, oral dehydration, reproductive health, maternal child health, family planning, malaria and HIV/AIDS, PSI prmotes products, services and healthy behaviour that enable these populations to lead healtheir lives. PSI subscribes to the social marketing principle of selling products and services at subsidised prices rather than giving them away, to increase value and utilise existing commercial sector channels to maximise availability and reach. PSI Swaziland deploys social marketing strategies to promote optimal health of the Swazi Nation through evidence based change interventions that maximise the quality of life. To contact them, email Babazile Dlamini on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telephone : + 268-2404-9071/24049817 / + 268-404-9772
SWAPOL aims to provide a holistic approach for improving the quality of life for the infected and affected people in rural communities in an effective and efficient manner. SWAPOL’s target groups are PLWHA, Orphans and vulnerable children. SWAPOL activities include outreach clinic for PLWHA in rural communities, provide support and legal assistance to PLWHA, women, Orphans and vulnerable children and to promote food security and nutrition for PLWHA through: HBC; Agriculture and nutrition, Property grabbing, inheritance and law, Sexual and reproductive rights. SWAPOL is currently working in 45 communities covering 4 regions of Swaziland. To contact SWAPOL, please visit them on their website or email at: www.swapol.net email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Zakhe Hlanze
+268 760 389 83
+268 404 7650
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Swaziland Business Coalition on Health and AIDS (SWABCHA)
The Swaziland Business Coalition of Health and AIDS (SWABCHA) was initiated in 2001 as a sub-structure of the Federation of Swaziland Employers and Chamber of Commerce in an effort by employers to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on their employees and business. On 1 July 2008, it was registered as an independent section 21 company. Recognising its comparative advantage in this field, it was recognised as the coordinating/umbrella body for the private sector response in the 2009-2014 National Strategic Framework.
SWABCHA’s mandate is to scale‐up the private sector response to HIV-AIDS through advocacy, capacity‐building, programme management, monitoring, research as well as effective coordination and ensuring that companies are supported to create and improve workplace wellness programmes.
Greater Hope Swaziland was established following the realisation that persons with disabilities were marginalized and did not have targeted HIV prevention, impact mitigation, treatment, care and support interventions, which increased their vulnerability to HIV and gender-based violence. The organisation implements activities under the following main pillars: 1) to advocate for the rights of children with disabilities; 2) to promote social and economic empowerment for children with disabilities; 3) to facilitate the inclusion of children with disabilities in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes; 4) to promote access to inclusive and quality education for children with disabilities; and 5) to ensure access to quality health care services for children with disabilities.