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Entrepreneurial Mindset and Skills Development

Girls’ and Women’s Rights and Dignified Living

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Background About us


Troubled by the state of poverty that characterized some individuals and households in the country, she decided to allocate some of her time, energy, expertise and resources towards the creation and delivery of solutions that could alleviate the problem. Her husband supported her fully and became the first donor and volunteer for WITAD. In 2015 they supported a vulnerable family-of-four in Malindza with food, personal care products and clothing. They built a brick and mortar house for the family with the assistance of and donations from local community members. From that year up to 2019, the founder learnt about the complexity of poverty and vulnerability. This inspired her to aim for better outcomes by facilitating the transformation of mind-sets of the target population and delivering sustainable programs for children, women and the youth.

WITAD’s Difference


WITAD integrates programming on; a. training and mentorship, b. business services, and c. awareness raising and advocacy all within the context of livelihoods, to empower the adolescent girls and women including people living with disabilities and female refugees.

Our Vision for Impact

WITAD’s vision is a financially secure and healthy population of girls and women in Eswatini.
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Business & Education

Sharing Business Information. Entrepreneurship for Out-of-School Rural Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW)

Reproductive Health & Rights

Delayed Sexual Debut and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) for Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW)

Did You Know?

In Eswatini, 58.9% of the population lives below the poverty line and thus cannot satisfy all of their basic needs and most notably 38.9% of the working population is poor. It is important to note that 49.4% of households in Eswatini are women-headed while 0.2% and 2.1% are headed by children aged less than 21 years and 17 years, respectively. Furthermore, society is characterized by a significant level of income inequality as the Gini Coefficient stands at 49.3% and the youth (15-24 years) has the highest unemployment rate at 42.6%.
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