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Accelerating SDGs Through Innovation

Also known as Ematfuba Ami, this project is an initiative of RSTP in partnership with Standard Bank and UNDP Eswatini.  


The environment is in a crisis and so are we

The State Of the Environment Report shows a severe depletion of natural resources caused by mainly human activities.  


COP26: Eswatini Pledges to Increase Renewable Energy

Eswatini is one of the 120 countries – representing 85% of all developing countries – that UNDP supported through its Climate Promise Initiative to put forward more ambitious pledges under the Paris…  


Improved Livelihoods Through Climate Smart Agriculture

The Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Jabulani Mabuza, commissioned the 16-hectare water-saving drip irrigation system, a vegetable nursery that has a capacity of raising 64 000 seedlings per cycle, a…  

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