Safe, Inclusive Participative Pedagogy: Improving early childhood education


Clement N Dlamini



University of Eswatini

Dlamini has a Master of Social Work degree obtained from Stephen F Austin State University School of Social Work Nacogdoches Texas in the USA. He is the Director for the Centre for Community Services at the University of Eswatini and a lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Social Work.

He is the Founding President of the Monitoring & Evaluation Association of Swaziland (MEAS), Vice Chairperson of the Governing Board of Kwakha Indvodza (KI) a Male Mentoring NGO, a Member of First National Bank (FNB) Eswatini Foundation Board representing community interests and academia, and a Faculty member of the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation Secure the Future Technical Assistance Program (TAP) where he currently serves as the country lead for Eswatini in Technical Support.

He’s passionate about community development and social work, with research interests in Childhood Vulnerability and Resilience, Child Protection and Safeguarding, and Child and Family Research.

Clement participates in development initiatives in Eswatini and extensively contributes in shaping the international development discourse by writing and participating in international sustainable development platforms through blogs and opinion pieces.

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