CIET has worked in Swaziland since 2002. Swaziland is one of the three countries in the CIET Choice Disability trial of interventions to reduce the effects of choice disability and thus reduce HIV infection, and has sent participants for training under the CIET ADAPT (African Development of AIDS Prevention Trials capacities) programme.

Swaziland is a small land-locked country, almost entirely within South Africa, apart from a border with Mozambique to the east, with an estimated 2011 population of 1 million. The estimated prevalence of HIV among adults (aged 15-49) in Swaziland was 26.0% in 2011.



Choice disability campaign

Young women in Swaziland set up a choice disability campaign in their community. Read More

Drama groups competition

Service providers in Botswana get together to organise a drama group competition in their village.
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Community feast

A group of young women in Namibia organise a community feast to celebrate their enterprise.
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BVV community groups

FW enterprises