The Policy Brief presents the findings and recommendations of a report entitled, Rapid Socioeconomic Assessment of COVID-19 in Eswatini. The policy response to this unprecedented crisis calls for a holistic approach that involves the government working in close partnership with all sectors and citizenry.
Phatsa Sakho Nawe” (Brig Your Own Bag" Campaign – “Towards a plastic bag free Eswatini” an advocacy initiative to reduce single use plastic bags in Eswatini
The Government of Eswatini has launched revision of the climate action commitment, the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) to the Paris Agreement. Supported by the UNDP climate Promise Initiative in collaboration with the NDC Partnership members
In support to the national response to contain the impact of COVID-19, UNDP has provided health supplies and equipment to the Ministry of Health.
On 25 November 2020, the Acc. Lab in collaboration with Eswatini Environmental Authority (EEA) launched the Phatsa Sako Nawe (Bring your own bag) – Towards a plastic bag free Eswatini Campaign
UNDP is helping Eswatini run an inclusive process for setting climate targets

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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