Mr. Sandile Dlamini

Mr. Sandile Dlamini is the Technical Manager-Community Services for Georgetown Eswatini ’s BLOSSOM project. Working under the overall direction of the Project Director and in coordination and collaboration with project technical staff, MR Dlamini directly supports the Project Director in the design, roll-out, and day-to-day management and implementation of comprehensive, high-quality, evidence-based HIV prevention programming and service delivery at the community level. MR Dlamini has a vast experience in HIV/TB programs having worked for 14 years at all levels of the Eswatini health delivery system. As a public health nurse with deep technical expertise in HIV case identification, HIV/TB care and treatment services, and HIV prevention programming, he has extensive practical experience to the health programs he has worked in. Mr. Dlamini offers strong technical and programmatic knowledge and experience in all aspects of designing, planning, and implementation for community-level HIV and TB case identification, and client linkage to treatment and prevention services. He is a seasoned public health practitioner who is self-driven to achieve results through strategic planning, adaptive QA, and professional relationship building within and between diverse teams.

Mr. Dlamini has a Bachelor of Nursing Science degree (BNSc) majoring in Community Health Nursing and Midwifery obtained from the University of Eswatini. He is currently pursuing a master’s in public health with the Texila American University.