Vision Statement
Swaziland in which there is justice and healthy lifestyle for all children and youth

Mission Statement
Compassionate Swaziland
 works as an advocate for children, releasing them from social, physical and economic poverty through collaboration and partnerships.
i)        To advocate and lobby for the formulation of policies that will guarantee child protection and child rights in Swaziland.
ii)      To develop livelihoods and vocational skills among vulnerable children in Swaziland  iii)    To provide educational support for vulnerable child in Swaziland iv)    To enhance access to healthcare services by vulnerable children in Swaziland v)      To improve the nutritional status of vulnerable children in Swaziland vi)    To promote HIV prevention and healthy lifestyles among adolescent vulnerable children in Swaziland. vii) To support and care for children LWHA.
   Target Groups Compassionate focuses on vulnerable children as the direct beneficiaries. While all Compassionate work are done through community and traditional authority approvals vulnerable children form the entry point through which Compassionate reaches families and communities. Every community, family and parent is viewed through the lens of the vulnerable child. Compassionate will seek to support the following categories of children; a) Vulnerable children whose parents are living with HIV, visual impairment, physical or mental disability b) Children LWHIVA c) Vulnerable girls who have started experiencing their menstrual cycle d) Teenage vulnerable girls who have dropped out of school due to pregnancy. e) Children living alone or with poor elderly parents f) Children of minority groups and in particular LGBs and commercial sex workers. g) Children l disabilities and those whose parents have visual impairment, mental and     physical disability. j) Children of labor migrant mobile workers in mining, transport, commercial agriculture, informal businesses and cross border sites. k) Children of incarcerated individuals l) Children serving or have served jail terms. m) Street children iving in poor child headed households h) Children exposed to labor, sexual or physical abuse.