Dumsani Njobo Mamba, 27 years of age from Swaziland, in a rural community called Mbabala in the Lubombo region of the country. UNISWA graduate in Nursing Sciences with major in Community Mental health nursing. Currently working as the program Director and doubles up as the Executive Director of International Mental health Resource Services (IMERSE). Co-founder of United Southern Africa for Mental health (USAHM) and The African Umbrella for Mental health (TAU4MH) and serve as the chairperson for USAHM.
Have Facilitated trainings across the country on mental health to different age groups and people of different professions. Does a lot of public speaking on issues of wellness with primary focus on mental health and motivation speaking for the youth and further do adult education with focus on early childhood development across the country. Very passionate and dedicated towards making mental health the super priority and the pillar of health in our health system and serving the society on mental health wellness.
An active member of Young Africans Leaders Initiative (YALI) and a Mandela Washington Fellow (MWF) 2017, where he did Public management at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States of America. Serving in the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) for global fund as the substantive member representing the youth constituency in Swaziland. Forms part of the board of directors governing the Swaziland Network for early childhood development (SNECD).I also form part of executive committee in the administration of the Non Commutable Diseases Alliance (NCD Alliance).