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Individual Members (IM): this is a person that pays a once off annual membership fee of E200 to support the work of the Family Life Association of Swaziland (FLAS). This type of member will be encouraged to volunteer their time to help FLAS. Members will receive regular emails and other forms of communication   that will update them about FLAS’ activities and achievements. These will include newsletters, annual reports and other related information. Access to FLAS clinical services – registration fee is waived.  



Individual Members (IM)

Individual Members (IM): this is a person that pays a once off annual membership fee of E200 to support the work of the Family Life Association of Swaziland (FLAS). This type of member will be encouraged to volunteer their time to help FLAS. Members will receive regular emails and other forms of communication   that will update them about FLAS’ activities and achievements. These will include newsletters, annual reports and other related information. Access to FLAS clinical services – registration fee is waived.  

Honorary Life Member (HLM)

Honorary Life Member (HLM): this category of member does not have to pay a membership fee; however, they will be encouraged to make an annual donation. Members will be senior long serving volunteers or any other eminent people in Swaziland who have or will play a significant role in FLAS’ work. They will be conferred with this title by the FLAS Board. Members will receive regular emails and other communication that will update them about FLAS’ activities and achievements. These will include newsletters, annual reports and other related information. Access to FLAS clinical services – registration fee waived.     

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