Swaziland: Impossible to Cut Poverty


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The report based on a kingdom-wide survey of 1,334 households in Swaziland suggested that one in four households suffered from rising food prices and loss in labour income and that some families skipped meals for an entire day. It was also found that families had less access to services.

In 2011, social grants including the elderly grant, child welfare grant, orphan and vulnerable child education grant, as well as public assistance grant, were suspended or delayed. By August, only about one third of primary school fees for orphans and vulnerable children, part of the government’s commitment to roll out free primary school, had been paid. In the health sector, some maternal health services were interrupted and a national HIV prevention campaign was put on hold due to a lack of funds, the UN reported.