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.
UNDP has provided health supplies and equipment to the Ministry of Health (MoH) for the provision of delivering health services. The equipment and supplies include 2 ventilators, 400 pulse oximeters,10 000 examination gloves, 15 750 goggles and 2 000 biohazard bags.
In support of the Government of the Kingdom of Eswatini, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has embarked on the implementation of a five-year Country Programme Document (CPD) 2021-2025. The country programme will support the Government in leaving no one behind and strengthening institutions to reach those furthest behind first.
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.
Creating an enabling environment for business growth and policy development for the informal sector to move beyond addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic challenges and how to build back better and position the sector for inclusive development, social protection, and social security.
UN75 Dialogue on building a resilient education system using digital solutions in Eswatini

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15%

women in parliament

28.1%

unemployment rate

63%

Poverty Rate

87.5%

Literacy rate

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