Research Graduate Intern
Temlandvo is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Economics and Agri-Business Management at the University of Swaziland. She is on a six-month internship with SEPARC and is working on a study looking at ‘The Link Between Infrastructure Development and Economic Growth’.
Temlandvo’s aspirations go beyond the classroom; she was involved in the formation of the Swaziland Agri-Economics Savings and Credit Cooperative, an entity that aims to break the disparities that exist among students in the country by helping members to engage in economic activities that provide for their immediate survival. She has also led and participated in the Global Business Round Table (GBR) Luyengo chapter, which is an international organisation that promotes collaborations in business among the Christian community. Temlandvo is also an active participant in the executive team of Enactus UNISWA Luyengo (EUL, which focuses on alleviating poverty through entrepreneurial pursuits.
Research Graduate Intern, SEPARC
Pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Economics and Agri-Business Management at the University of Swaziland.