Creating a society in which every minority group and LGBTI individuals attains full health rights, freedom to be themselves and social well-being resulting to a high quality life.
Career guidance, Relationship counseling, Sexual orientation, Coming out, Self improvement, Trauma counseling, and Family counseling.
Free HIV testing, STIs testing and treatment ,Pap smear
Trained group to empower minority groups and LGBTI community about pertinent issues in a positive, interactive and non judgmental manner
Since 2012, The Rock of Hope has been supporting, fostering and celebrating the minority group and LGBTI community of Swaziland. Through its work, The Rock of Hope uses trainings, advocacy and communication strategies to influence changes in policy and social practices. In recognition of the role that society plays in the creation of barriers to access to services, The Rock of Hope addresses human rights issues for the marginalized people and is dedicated to the building of a healthy and empowered minority groups in Swaziland.
Once a year, an event known as the international day against homophobia and transphobia (IDAHOT) i is commemorated worldwide annually and took place, this year, for the second time in Swazi history. It was held at the Manzini club and was also the first time I had the opportunity to attend. This is a day set aside for all people, regardless of sexual orientation to meet, improve their knowledge by sharing ideas and listening with an open mind free from prejudice and judgment.