Dr Qhing Qhing Dlamini is a medical doctor and public health specialist with over 35 years of experience
in maternal & child health/public health. She holds a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MB
ChB) degree from the University of Natal in South Africa and a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the
University of California, Berkeley, USA. She works as a Health Development Consultant in the African
Region and beyond.
Dr Dlamini has worked in several senior management positions in the Ministry of Health, Swaziland, where
she retired as Director of Health Services, and over the years with several international agencies and
development partners. She has also worked for the World Health Organization as MCH/FP Adviser based in
Zimbabwe and for the Commonwealth Secretariat, London as Special Adviser and Head of the Health
Department. Dr Dlamini serves in several Boards including the Family Life Association of Swaziland
(FLAS), and the Swaziland Network for Early Childhood Development (SNECD).