For the informal sector, the COVID 19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges the sector ever faced. Between the lockdown and the looming economic downturn, this sector is staring right into the eye of the storm.
The unprecedented COVID 19 pandemic has not only brought about uncertainty but has challenged us to look for ways to manage on the go – each day at a time.
Research on the correlation between youth unemployment and mental health in Eswatini.
As support to the national response to contain the impact of COVID-19, UNDP Eswatini working together with UNICEF has procured hygiene and sanitary supplies.
Key to the Master Plan are the 26 flagship projects designed to ensure short to medium term economic impact – linked to the SDGs.
Video highlights of the UNDP Eswatini Accelerator Lab launch.

About Eswatini

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15%

women in parliament

28.1%

unemployment rate

63%

Poverty Rate

87.5%

Literacy rate

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