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Tihlele Mlimi Information

The aim of this programme is to assist member-farmers to save their money for farming inputs before the beginning of the planting season so that they can increase production and productivity whilst ensuring household food and nutrition security. Click here to find out more.

Support for African Farmers

This is a Covid-19 relief fund, which has an objective of supporting smallholder farmers to recover from the pandemic by helping them to better access farm-ing inputs so that they can re-engage in production and marketing of Maize, Beans, Vegetables and Piggery. Click here to find out more.

About Us

Eswatini National Agricultural Union (ESNAU) is an apex body for all farmer organizations in Swaziland. It was established with the support from the Eswatini Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Union (SACAU) following the demand by farmers in 2007 at the National Agricultural Summit.

Legal Status

The Eswatini National Agriculture union is a farmer-led organization that was formed as per resolution of the agriculture summit in 2007. It was registered as “an association not for gain” in accordance with the provisions of section 21 of the Company’s act of 1912.

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The country’s economic situation has been visibly seen getting critical ever since the pandemic COVID-19 force-stopped most economical activities and national borders. This has had a great impact on farmers and farmer enterprises in the country due to disrupted supply chains and markets in the agricultural industry. Farmers and farmer enterprises continue to struggle with a number of challenges such as high costs of farming inputs, inadequate access to markets, and difficulty to pay loans.

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