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Building Bridges to Success Through Entrepreneurship Seminar

Swaziland is currently facing a high unemployment rate. Up to 40% of youth aged 15-39 are unemployed and in some age brackets the statistics are above 53%. The rate at which industry absorbs qualified young people is very low in proportion to the numbers produced by tertiary institutions annually. Young graduates with qualifications ranging from diplomas, bachelors, honors degrees and above find getting employed difficult because the job market has no room for them in the current economy.…See More
Feb 25, 2014
Clement N Dlamini commented on Clement N Dlamini's blog post First Rural Cervical Cancer Screening Launched at Ngculwini, Swaziland
"Mariou I will ask the partner to share the latest assessment conducted at the benefiting community. But otherwise thanks for the kind words. We shall be sharing more about the clinic progress."
Feb 25, 2014
Marlou commented on Clement N Dlamini's blog post First Rural Cervical Cancer Screening Launched at Ngculwini, Swaziland
"Many thanks for sharing, Clement. I am looking forward to hearing further from you how the community is picking up this challenge put at them. Do you think the community could take preventive and caring measures by themselves, as a complement to the…"
Jun 7, 2013
Marlou liked Clement N Dlamini's blog post First Rural Cervical Cancer Screening Launched at Ngculwini, Swaziland
Jun 7, 2013
Clement N Dlamini posted a blog post

First Rural Cervical Cancer Screening Launched at Ngculwini, Swaziland

On May 28, 2013, for the first time in the history of Swaziland, Cervical Cancer Screening Services were launched in the rural community of Ngculwini, just outside the town of Manzini. The launch saw 30+ women screened for cervical cancer. It is exciting times indeed for the women of Swaziland, given that it has the highest HIV prevalence (26%), coupled with very high poverty levels (63%). Below is a group photo of the team from Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation, Swaziland Breast & Cervical…See More
Jun 3, 2013
Marie Lamboray liked Clement N Dlamini's blog post Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency
Apr 22, 2013
Clement N Dlamini commented on Clement N Dlamini's blog post Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency
"Autry thanks for your comments and I would really like to believe that where there is a will there is a way. I have countless arguments with people saying this bottom up is too expensive and time consuming. And I would like to believe that our…"
Apr 22, 2013
Autry Haynes commented on Clement N Dlamini's blog post Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency
"Thanks Clement for sharing your vision for community-led behavior change initiatives. I agree with your closing questions and statement "Does people-driven development require long-term, more complex, more costly investments? Maybe. Is it worth…"
Apr 10, 2013
Jean-Louis Lamboray liked Clement N Dlamini's blog post Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency
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Rituu B. Nanda liked Clement N Dlamini's blog post Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency
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Clement N Dlamini posted a blog post

Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency

The short game: HIV and food securityCommunity development in Sub-Sahara Africa has been clouded by the emergency response mentality, which was exhibited in the knee jerk reaction of many countries in the initial response to the HIV pandemic. This has resulted in governments and community leaders concentrating all their efforts on combating the disease’s impact rather than designing strategic interventions that will close the tap of new infections.Efforts to combat the spread of HIV have proved…See More
Apr 3, 2013
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Nov 29, 2012
Kunchok Tsundue commented on Clement N Dlamini's blog post People Driven Development
"Would you help me understanding -what type of social capital that generally get used up and please highlight what are not? "
Nov 29, 2012
Clement N Dlamini liked MariJo's blog post Curiosity killed the cat
Nov 29, 2012
Clement N Dlamini commented on MariJo's blog post Curiosity killed the cat
"MariJo thanks for such a powerful reflection, when I first read it I had to read it again. I wonder how Africa especially Swaziland where I am can be curious enough to search or should I say investigate intent. We are living in a time where being…"
Nov 29, 2012
Clement N Dlamini liked Sanghamitra Iyengar's blog post Evidence of Community Strength from across the World
Nov 29, 2012

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Clement N Dlamini
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Institute of Development Management
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clement.dlamini +26876048479
About Me:
International Development Practitioner and a Passionate Social Worker
My dream:
Empowers communities to be self sustainable with or without donor help.
I'm proud of:
The efforts of those who strive to push for hollistic change of the lives of people in the world - blessed to be one of the players.
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Facilitate Community Life Competence in my community, Join a facilitation team
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Building Bridges to Success Through Entrepreneurship Seminar

Posted on February 25, 2014 at 9:26pm 0 Comments

Swaziland is currently facing a high unemployment rate. Up to 40% of youth aged 15-39 are unemployed and in some age brackets the statistics are above 53%. The rate at which industry absorbs qualified young people is very low in proportion to the numbers produced by tertiary institutions annually. Young graduates with qualifications ranging from diplomas, bachelors, honors degrees and above find getting employed difficult because the job market has no room for them in the current economy.…

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First Rural Cervical Cancer Screening Launched at Ngculwini, Swaziland

Posted on June 3, 2013 at 3:30pm 2 Comments



On May 28, 2013, for the first time in the history of Swaziland, Cervical Cancer Screening Services were launched in the rural community of Ngculwini, just outside the town of Manzini. The launch saw 30+ women screened for cervical cancer. It is exciting times indeed for the women of Swaziland, given that it has the highest HIV prevalence (26%), coupled with very high poverty levels (63%). Below is a group photo of the team from Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation, Swaziland Breast…

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Game on: It’s time to stop looking at development issues as a matter of emergency

Posted on April 3, 2013 at 3:18pm 2 Comments

The short game: HIV and food security

Community development in Sub-Sahara Africa has been clouded by the emergency response mentality, which was exhibited in the knee jerk reaction of many countries in the initial response to the HIV pandemic. This has resulted in governments and community leaders concentrating all their efforts on combating the disease’s impact rather than designing strategic interventions that will close the tap of new infections.

Efforts to combat the…

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Who is at the centre of development? The Swaziland experience

Posted on November 26, 2012 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

On paper, our pursuit of economic growth, self-reliance, and social justice in Swaziland is very much in line with the Busan principles. In practice, there is another story.

In 1988, the Swazi government embarked on a comprehensive planning system designed to meet emerging and serious challenges such as poverty and economic instability. Now complete, the Swaziland National Development Strategy (NDS) articulates the country’s…

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At 10:55am on October 22, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Hi Clement,

Caroline posted the comment that you. If you have any question for her we can ask.

At 2:39pm on August 25, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

I so much look forward to your blogs. A warm welcome Clement!

 

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At 2:23pm on August 25, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Clement,

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