Commemorating the International Day of the Girl Child.
Our Time is Now - Our Rights, Our Future
"I raise up my voice-not so I can shout but so that those without a voice can be heard... we cannot succeed when half of us are held back."
16 Days of Activism Against
Gender Based Violence
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The Power of Women!

“A better human being is nurtured by
a woman so that they become someone of substance in the future” these words were vocalized by Shiselweni Regional MP Honorable Nokuthula
Dlamini during the commemoration of the International Women’s
Day hosted by NATICC, in collaboration with World Vision at the Madulini Sports Ground on the
23rd March 2022.


The Nkhungwini Evangelical Church in collaboration with NATICC and World Vision Eswatini kick-started the 16 days of activism against all forms of gender-based violence by hosting a community sensitization soccer tournament at ENkhungwini Sports Ground. The aim of this event is to amplify the voices of vulnerable populations in marginalized communities within the Chiefdom by raising awareness on GBV and teenage pregnancy.


Impregnating In-school Girls can now Attract Serious Criminal Offences

A young man of 28 from Nkhungwini under Sandleni constituency is on the run and has skipped the country into neighbouring South Africa where he is believed to be staying in Durban after learning that the country’s law enforcers (police) are looking for him in connection with a rape case of a 15 year old girl.


I am now a legal wife with a marriage certificate. I would like to advise every woman who does not have a marriage certificate to have one. All thanks to NATICC for their interventions.
Make Mhlanga LaDladla
Community Health Motivator
At times I wonder whether the other chiefdoms are blessed as us, that NATICC keeps coming back to help the people of Nkhungwini with their problems and educate on the Acts the country has.
Make Mkhonta
Inkhosikati at Nkhungwini Chiefdom
If we had the power as a community, we would advocate for NATICC to be a government subsidiary because the work they are doing is very important. Your teachings are even more clear to elderly people.
Bhekizizwe Dludlu
Indvuna at Mchinsweni

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