The report states that investing in tobacco control is much cheaper than it costs in Eswatini.
The review of family laws to align them with the 2005 Constitution of the Kingdom of Eswatini is critical in advancing the rights of women.
As we embark on the Decade of Action for the Sustainable Development Goals, a review of the country’s funding streams and policies will be timely to enable Eswatini to achieve its development aspirations.
The local cottage industry seems to be the backbone of the economy but it hasn’t been well researched.
A UNDP-supported campaign aimed at discouraging shoppers from carrying their groceries in single-use plastic bags is helping women to generate income.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is supporting the Kingdom of Eswatini to address one of the most pressing issues that the country is facing – waste management.

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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