ESWATINI SOLIDARITY FUND

A volunteer-based international movement of all sympathizers of the democratic movement in eSwatini.

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eSwatini Solidarity Fund

The fund is a volunteer-based international movement of all sympathisers of the democratic movement in eSwatini that collects all forms of financial, material and otherwise support to help with humanitarian and relief efforts brought by the political turmoil in eSwatini.

It is a democratic, non- sexist, non-racial and transparent volunteer organisation whose goal is to help activists and ordinary Swazis who are victims of state brutality and repression.                 

Our Vision

Relief Efforts

To help with humanitarian and relief efforts brought by the political turmoil in eSwatini.

Raise Funds

Raise funds through donations and the sale of merchandise in order to help the Swazi people, with priorities focused on medical supplies, coffins and transportation.

Volunteer Recruitment

Volunteer recruitment is ongoing, please contact us via the WhatsApp and email details provided in the contact us section.

Steering Committee

Manqoba Nxumalo

He is a student at the University of Oslo. He is a human rights activist from Fairview, Manzin

Nothando Khumalo

She is a nascent Swazi humanitarian and civil engineer currently based in Pretoria, South Africa. She hails from Mgobodzi, Hhohho.

Simlindzile Masinga

Simlindzile is a student at the University of Eswatini, a feminist and a human rights activist. She is from Nhlangano, Shiselweni.

Tibusiso Mdluli

Tibusiso is a human rights activist and a Social Science student at the University of Eswatini. She is from Nhlambeni, Manzini

Gugulethu Makhanya

Gugu is an educator currently based in Simunye, eSwatini. She is a gender activist and social justice advocate.

Thabo Dlamini

Thabo is a Swazi student based in Norway. He is a human rights activist who hails from Bhunya.

Mandla Dlamini

Is Swazi researcher currently based in Pretoria. He is a human rights activist and democracy advocate. He is from Ngwane Park Manzini, Swaziland.

Thembelihle Ntokozo Dlamini

Thembelihle is a public health practitioner and social justice activist. He hails from Dvokolwako in the Manzini region but is currently based in Tromso, Norway.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Eswatini Solidarity Fund?

The fund is a volunteer-based international movement of all sympathisers of the democratic movement in eSwatini that collects all forms of financial, material and otherwise support to help with humanitarian and relief efforts brought by the political turmoil in eSwatini. It is a democratic, non- sexist, non-racial and transparent volunteer organisation whose goal is to help activists and ordinary Swazis who are victims of state brutality and repression.

How can I contribute to the solidarity fund?

There are different ways you can support the solidarity fund. The primary financial way is via donations to the solidarity fund account. The account is hosted by FNB-South Africa. The decision to host in South Africa is based on the high levels of uncertainty in eSwatini. You can also contribute to our Mobile Money and PayPal accounts. Details of these accounts can be found on the donate tab of the website.

Where can I safely get the account details of the Eswatini Solidarity Fund?

The account details have been released via social media platforms, Interested persons can visit the eSwatini Solidarity Fund media pages social media pages for more detailed information: Twitter: @eSwatiniSolida1

How can I contribute goods, food and materials?

You can donate anything that the fund can use to help the people. Our urgent priorities are medical supplies, crutches, wheelchairs, transport and food.

How can I contribute my time and manpower?

You can available yourself as a volunteer to do some of the many tasks and projects that the fund has identified. Volunteer recruitment is ongoing, please contact us via the WhatsApp and email details provided in the contact us section below.

Can I contribute in any political way?

You can partner with the fund to magnify the voices of the democratic movement in the country.

How transparent is the handling of the solidarity fund?

A transparent policy for the use of money and resources donated to the fund is in the process of being finalized.

How accountable is the leadership of the fund?

The fund is managed by a volunteer executive board that reports to a group of patrons. Leadership to the board is democratic and officials are elected during an AGM to work for a period of 1 year.

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