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"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
In the framework of EU Day Celebrations in Swaziland the EU co-hosted the first Primary Schools’ Festival in partnership with MTN Bushfire. 600 hundred primary school students performed during the day nd were exposed to the different languages of art ! more info and pics : https://www.facebook.com/European-Union-in-Swaziland-248831481951665/
The DOES HIV LOOK LIKE ME? Swaziland campaign (www.doeshivlooklikeme.org), produced by Hope's Voice International (www.hopesvoice.org), a leading HIV and AIDS education organization, is expanding to communities and countries around the world. The campaign consists of videos and a print campaign created by ambassadors; young people between the ages of 15 and 29, living with HIV or AIDS (YPLHIV/A). The ambassadors are human rights leaders standing up to fight misconception, stigma and inequality with their faces, voices and individual stories. The DOES HIV LOOK LIKE ME? Swaziland campaign is driven by the ambassadors. As we pass 25 years of this epidemic, we recognize it is time for an approach that features young people. The fear-based campaigns that have dominated the global response t...
Challenge Minsitries Swaziland - delivering Kingdom Transformation with compassion and care. Hope lives here, freedom is found here and change lives leave here. With the HIV/AID's pandemic threatening to wipe this little nation off the face of the map by 2050, Challenge Ministries is restoring hope, by raisng todays orphaned children to be God's leaders of tomorrow. Join us in the transformation, sponsor a child TODAY.
This is a video piece is one of three that I produced for LOQation when Cabrini welcomed two members of Cabrini Ministries in Swaziland to campus for two weeks. This visit was aimed to strengthen the college's partnership with Cabrini Ministries. The mission in Swaziland is helping the country during a massive pandemic of AIDS. In this video the visitors, Sharon and Simo talk about their small country in Africa.
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 ...
The Prime Minister DR Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini has asked the Development Centre for Biotechnology to consider opening a branch at the Bio Technology Park in Swaziland. The Prime minister said this when he met the president of the Development Centre for Biotechnology in Taipei.
The Swaziland Television Authority in partnership with the Elections and Boundaries Commission has launched a program which aims to educate Swazis on the elections. The program, Sakha Kwetfu, was officially launched by the stations Chief Executive Officer, Bongani Austin Dlamini.