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  • Shiselweni Crime Prevention(Photo Credit:State Dept)

    Swaziland celebrates World Day Against TIP

    "I am pleased that the PM taking a lead in combatting this horrific crime. I was happy to hear about the human trafficking sensitization exercises being conducted for staff members at all border posts as well as at the international airport" - Amb James.

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  • Man sits reading aloud to group of seated children (State Dept.)

    Embassy Staff Member Bill Bridgeland Reads

    "Julius, the Baby of the World," an American children's book written by Kevin Henkes, as part of our weekly story time program at the Mbabane Public Library. In addition to being a great children's book, "Julius, the Baby of the World," also helps children understand the issue of sibling rivalry and helps build their self-esteem.

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  • President Obama addressing the Fellows at the YALI summit (Photo Credit: State Department)

    YALI Presidential Summit Town Hall

    "Africa is a place of incredible dynamism, some of the fastest-growing markets in the world, extraordinary people, extraordinary resilience. And it has the potential to be the next center of global economic growth," said President Obama

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  • Fulbright and Humphrey Fellows poise for a picture before their travel to the USA(Photo Credit: State Department)

    Swazis depart for the USA as Education Fellows.

    5 Swazis recently departed for the United States as Fulbright and Humphrey Fellows. They will spend up to 2 years in the USA seeking to improve their professional skills to contribute positively to Swaziland’s development upon their return. The Embassy recruits yearly for these very competitive fellowships.

  • Ambassador James, Minister of Health and other officials during the vehicle handover event(Photo Credit:State Department).

    USG Donates Five Vehicles to the Ministry of Health

    U.S. Ambassador to Swaziland, Makila James on behalf of the USG, through PEPFAR, donated five customized vehicles to the Swaziland Health Laboratory Service. These new vehicles will help the lab to provide reliable and timely sample collection and to quickly return lab results to people living with HIV.


YALI 2015

  • The Consular Section is pleased to begin walk-in hours for American Citizen Services on Tuesdays from 8:30 – 11:00. Starting March 3, please ensure that you have U.S. government issued identity documents (passport, driver license, birth certificate) with


Ambassador’s Self Help Fund

  • Ambassador's Self Help Fund

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