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Public Sector HIV and AIDS Coordination Committee (PSHACC)

In line with National Response Plan to HIV/AIDS the Government of Swaziland established and launched the Public Sector HIV/AIDS Coordinating Committee (PSHACC) in 2004 to implement public sector obligations are HIV/AIDS at the workplaceThe  Ministry aims at Promoting a culture of and commitment to public duty by ensuring effective public service management.

Also to introduce care and support structures and referral systems (support group, peer counselling); to increase the number of officers who have declared their HIV status and medical conditions receiving care and support in the various departments; to promote individual and collective responsibility of all officers in the management of HIV and AIDS and other medical conditions where feasible and practicable, medical and psycho-social support interventions will be offered to infected and affected employees and their families (as defined in the General Orders).

General Public Service Management

  • Advocacy and promotion of an environment to foster, accountability and transparent Government service-wide.
  • Public Service Management, including service improvement programme, ethics, & accountability, economy and effectiveness.
  • Performance Monitoring and Productivity Improvement in the Public Service.
  • Public Sector HIV and AIDS Coordinating response.

Public Sector Reform

  • Public Service Human Resources Management.
  • Public  Service Resource Development
  • Management Services.


  • To attain effective general public service management.
  • Performance improvement.
  • To attain effective development and utilization of human resources.
  • To attain effective general public service management.
  • Performance improvement.
  • To attain effective development and utilization of human resources.
  • To promote ethics and accountability.
  • To determine and maintain the right size and cost of the public service.


Swaziland National AIDS Program (SNAP) -

The Swaziland Ministry of Health (MOH) coordinates about 80% of Swaziland's response to HIV and AIDS. Ministry of Health established the Eswatini National AIDS Programme (SNAP) in 1987 to coordinate HIV Programmes in the country, to ensure that the response is efficiently and effectively managed at national, regional and facility level. The national program delivers the services through its several thematic areas which are HIV Prevention, HIV Care and treatment, Research and Cross Cutting Interventions.

The Ministry of Health is mandated to formulate health policies and monitor and evaluate implementation of these policies to ensure that all Swazis access quality health services. Ministry of Health leads the health sector response to HIV and AIDS through Eswatini National AIDS Programme (ENAP). ENAP is responsible for providing technical leadership and coordination of the HIV health sector response, implementing HIV prevention; treatment; care and support; and supportive cross-cutting and health system interventions. The programme comprises of a decentralized leadership and governance structure. The national office works closely with the regional offices in the provision of services under ENAP.

The Programme Manager and Deputy Programme Manager are responsible for the coordination and management of the health sector response to HIV. The Programme Manager reports to the MoH Directorate. The Deputy Programme Manager supports the regional offices to function well. There are also 5 technical leads under the Programme Manager who help between service delivery as well as technical assistance (including programme management).


An HIV free generation and AIDS free population


Improving the health of the people of Swaziland through an effectively coordinated health sector response to HIV