The report states that investing in tobacco control is much cheaper than it costs in Eswatini.
The captains of industry agreed to take action not only to support the Kingdom to meet its targets but to also protect their businesses from climate risks
The report demonstrates how tobacco use impedes Eswatini’s efforts to improve health and grow the economy, hindering the country’s broader development priorities within the country’s National Development Plan.
The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs (MOJCA) aspires to set up the legal aid system for the Kingdom of Eswatini before the end of the year.
A UNDP-supported campaign aimed at discouraging shoppers from carrying their groceries in single-use plastic bags is helping women to generate income.
The mission comes at a time when the lower middle-income country is dealing with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent Tropical Cyclone Eloise.

About Eswatini

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15%

women in parliament

28.1%

unemployment rate

58.9%

Poverty Rate

87.5%

Literacy rate

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