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Swaziland

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The Kingdom of Swaziland is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa (one of the smallest on the continent), embedded between South Africa in the west, north and south and Mozambique in the east. The country is named after the Swazi, a Bantu tribe. It is divided into four regional administrative districts: Hhohho, Manizini, Lubomobo and Shiselweni. Regions are further subdivided into Tinkhundla administrated by chieftains.

  • Capital: Lobamba, Mbabana
  • Currency: Lilangeni
  • Religions: Ethical Culture
  • Languages: English

Organisations

Project Trust - member since 2000

Project Trust - member since 2000

Project Trust offers school leavers a challenging year of discovery in Africa, Asia or the Americas. Through living and working overseas for a year, our volunteers gain new perspectives on the world and themselves...
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Volunteer Vacations

Volunteer Vacations

Volunteer Vacations placements handpick placements to ensure they meet our vision of only providing these where the work is necessary and volunteers are needed. These are always in charities and social enterprises that benefit the local people...
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Twin Work and Volunteer - member since 2011

Twin Work and Volunteer - member since 2011

Twin Work & Volunteer (formerly known as WAVA) believe in creating personal travel experiences which leave long-lasting, positive effects. Operating since 2006, we are proud to provide a range of programmes all around the world, which have been designed for people of all backgrounds and ages...
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Frontier - member since 2000

Frontier - member since 2000

Dive, Teach, Trek, Explore.Imagine spending your gap year diving in beautiful coral seas, tracking exotic game through lush jungles, or teaching English to groups of eager children. Best of all, you'll gain the qualifications that could make the difference to you getting that prestigious university spot or lucrative job...
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