ADF is providing support to non-governmental organizations in rural Swaziland that teach families affected by HIV/AIDS how enhance their agricultural production, increase their food security and grow vegetables for sale to supermarket chains in South Africa.


ADF Program Goals

1) Focus program activities on
marginalized communities in Africa .

2) Invest in Africans and their ideas through participatory development.

3) Ensure projects produce
long term social and economic results..

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For further information please contact USADF's representative for Swaziland:

Tom Coogan
PO Box 4921
Mbabane, Swaziland
Phone: (268) 404-9396
Fax: (268) 404-6121

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USADF's Swaziland Program


In 2003, the United States African Development Foundation (USADF) entered into a Swaziland partnership with the National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS in a mutual effort to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS and promote the economic empowerment of people and communities affected by the disease. Through the program, funds are provided to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and small agricultural producer groups in Swaziland to secure the technical, managerial, and/or marketing assistance they need to enhance their capacity and profitability.  As a result of the program, USADF aims to contribute to the growth of sustainable community level SMEs, increase access to micro-credit and business training, improve agricultural production, expand exports that involve grassroots populations, and support new non-traditional exports.

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