- published: 17 May 2017
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Short documentary on TechnoServe's work to help a Swazi entrepreneur build a baby vegetables farm and bring jobs, income and opportunity to his community.
First Presbyterian Church High School Youth travel half way around the world to the country of Swaziland in partnership with Advocates for Africa's Children. See how their eyes were opened to the realities of poverty in the world and how God has transformed their lives through the people of Swaziland.
Produced by Cabrini College Producer: Gene Castellano Associate Producers: Richard Bader, Amy Coleman Editor: Elisabeth Silverman Hassan Director of Photography: Paul Van Haute Sound Engineer: P.J. (Kurt) DeVries Camera equipment and post production services provided by Allied Pixel Video available in HD.
"Painful Love" is a short movie depicting the dramatic reality of domestic violence. It aims to raise awareness on violence against women. The Delegation of the European Union to Swaziland supported a Film-Lab during which this short movie was produced and presented during a four-day film festival, in partnership with Alliance Francaise - organized from 4-7 November 2014. Directed by Nontobeko Nxumalo Produced by Siftpa In Partnership with European Union, Alliance Francaise Story by Bindzile Dlamini
The principal secretary in the ministry of public service says for SIMPA to grow will need to forge partnerships with other institutions of higher learning. Singing a memorandum of understanding between SIMPA and The University of Swaziland
On Friday 28th of March, a team arrived from Family Church Guildford in the UK and we went to Swaziland to visit the work that Hands at Work are doing in partnership with local churches for orphans and vulnerable children in communities. It was an amazing time spent with each other and in the communities. This is just a snapshot of out time together.
The is still so much that has to be done for Swaziland to benefit from the public private partnership concept of implementing developmental projects. This was said by CEO of the central for financial inclusion David Myeni during a three-day seminar that is underway at the convention centre.
A short film of the RAID-TV trip to Swaziland in February 2013. The group worked with the Health Club students of Good Shepherd High School to develop an action plan for our partnership working. We also delivered sessions in other local schools & with community groups.
This video was produced to support the entry of bean jam into the LovePulses product showcase competition as part of the International Year of Pulses 2016. Bean jam was invented by PABRA partner Jane Tsela, a food technologist with Malkerns Research Station, Swaziland, in partnership with Rodah Zulu, CIAT nutritionist. CIAT and PABRA work with partners to provide better beans for Africa through research for development. Through their nutrition work, they support partners to develop new and exciting bean recipes to encourage healthier diets and curb malnutrition across sub-Saharan Africa by stimulating greater consumption of nutritious beans. Bean jam is the latest of many innovative recipes developed under the partnership in recent years. It demonstrates just how versatile beans are ...