Swaziland is a landlocked country almost surrounded by the Republic of South Africa in the East and Mozambique in the south. It’s a country of about 1.37 million people of which 57% are children according to recent statics. Children face numerous challenges and they continue to lack voice.
The Food Security Consortium (FSC) is made up of nine non-governmental organisations (NGOs). It works in food relief, food security, and development activities. The Consortium is under the leadership — and umbrella — of Swaziland’s peak body for NGOs,
Swaziland’s peak body for NGOs, CANGO, has established a new body to support the country’s elections.
More information on the Elections Support Network will be online shortly. Stay tuned…
CANGO’s HIV and AIDS Consortium is a forum of organizations working to prevent, reduce, and manage HIV and AIDS in Swaziland.
Established in 1999, the Consortium strives to unify and amplify the voice of NGOs working in the HIV/AIDS sector.
CANGO, the Co-ordinating Assembly of Non-Governmental Organisations, is the peak body for NGOs in Swaziland.
We are located in the capital city, Mbabane.