Nosipho Dlamani

Lutheran Development Service

Nosipho Dlamini is the Head of Programs at the Lutheran Development Service (LDS) in Swaziland. Her academic background is in social sciences, with a college degree in sociology and public administration and a postgraduate degree in social development and social policy. 

Prior to joining LDS, Nosipho worked for World Vision Swaziland and Leadership Regional Network (LeaRN), an initiative of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Africa Program.  Her passion is in transformational participatory development and the belief in self-drive mindsets as a premise for sustained impact.


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Call For Justice, Health For Swazi Women

Nosipho Dlamani

Arrested in 2001 for killing over 40 women and children in Swaziland, David Simelane has not been brought to trial. Women in Swaziland are particularly vulnerable to sexual assault, violence and HIV/AIDS infection.

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