Introducing Our New Executive Director
He has skills in market development; program planning and coordination, strategy development, as well as monitoring and evaluation programs.
Mr. Mduduzi Patrick Dlamini was appointed the new captain of the Family Life Association of Eswatini after the untimely demise of Ms. Zelda Nompumelelo Nhlabatsi.
Mr. Dlamini has vast experience working with International organizations both as a consultant and Coordinator. Patrick was deputy PEPFAR Coordinator in the US Embassy office in Eswatini and the first Country Coordinator for United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
He has also been a consultant for the past three years focusing in Health and Development where he provided in-depth evaluation and short surveys in Condom programming, Sexual Reproductive Health and Family Planning as well as Program Planning in Male Circumcision and several program evaluations. He also established HIV in Prison Settings ensuring that prison health is accessible and equitable. Dlamini served in National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS as SHAPMoS Manager.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management both from Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA), and a Bachelor of Social Sciences, Economics (Monetary and International Trade) and Geography, Environmental Sciences and Planning from University of Eswatini.
Patrick’s interest is in promotion of human development; anchored on the principles of economic and social rights. He has skills in market development; program planning and coordination, strategy development, as well as monitoring and evaluation programs.
Dlamini also serves as board member in Institute of Research Management &Development (IRDM) and in local CSO boards, namely Young Hero’s and Advocates for Africa’s Children (AFAC). His Professional Membership includes Project Management of South Africa and South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association.