• Swaziland Schools Project

    Welcome to

    Swaziland Schools Projects

    Supports the education of children & adults in Swaziland

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    Welcome to

    Swaziland Schools Projects

    Supports the education of children & adults in Swaziland

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    Welcome to

    Swaziland Schools Projects

    Supports the education of children & adults in Swaziland

What do we do?

Swaziland Schools Projects supports the education of children and adults in Swaziland by:

  • Paying bursaries (fees) so that children can attend school. All children in high schools (age 12 upwards) have to pay compulsory school fees and so our first priority is to raise money each year so that over 100 vulnerable children from the poorest communities may go to school.
  • Providing buildings such as classrooms, toilet blocks, kitchens, teachers' houses and water supplies
  • Providing food for lunches, resources and equipment such as books and furniture

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Some records will be kept Under the Data Protection Act 1998 we are required to keep these details for a period of 12 months (and financial information by law has to be kept for 7 years as instructed by HMRC).

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Posing for the cameraSwaziland is a beautiful country. It is landlocked with South Africa to the north, west and south and Mozambique to the east and is ruled by King Mswati III.

It has a population of about 1.2 million and is roughly the size of Wales. The unemployment rate is about 40 percent (December 2010) and is expected to rise, pushing up already high poverty levels - about two-thirds of Swazis live in chronic poverty. Swaziland has the world's highest HIV prevalence rate (over 26 %) so one in four Swazis between the ages of 15 and 49 is living with the virus.

It is against this background that SSP supports children to get an education so that hopefully they can escape poverty and stay healthy.


5We partner with another UK charity called Changing Futures to deliver a number of projects. This is an arrangement that suits both charities as it enables projects to be completed more quickly than would otherwise be the case.

In Swaziland, we are very fortunate to have three incredible people working on their behalf – Johannes Simelane, Denise Mortlock, Ton Vriend and Nomcebo Mdlalose. It is through this wonderful team that projects are identified and managed for us.

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