“Communities make the difference” , A recognition of the essential role that communities have played and continue to play, as well as seeks to mobilize communities to accelerate towards the ending of AIDS.
His Majesty has mandated that the HIV response in 2020 be planned at Inkhundla (constituency) and chiefdom levels, which will put the communities at the centre of the epidemic and ensure that no one is left behind.
Early this month, a SADC delegation visited Eswatini for a grant Pre-Award assessment at Limkokwing University of Technology (LUCT), who applied as Lead Implementer to the SADC Round III HIV and AIDS Fund for facilitating regional HIV and AIDS response and will work in collaboration with Botswana and Lesotho.
HIV and AIDS continue to be “Indzaba Yetfu Sonkhe” so it needs all our concerted efforts. To instill the vision of ending AIDS by 2022 as a public health threat to all sectors, constituencies, organization and communities, there is need for a constant and consistent dialogue on what needs to be done to achieve Vision 2022.