Watch our recent Talent Show
Watch the young people of Bulembu and Challenge Ministries as they share their talents with you from our recent talent shows.
Kingdom Transformation One Life at a Time
We are a not-for-profit organisation restoring hope, equipping lives and building families through Christ-centered community care and community enterprise.
Posts from our Facebook Page
It was so much fun for the parents and caregivers to be part of the Primary School Club Fair today! Events like this, give the children opportunity to show the community their various talents and interests. Days like these are hugely rewarding for us all! #bulembu #primaryschool #clubfair
We are so excited to announce that all the borders into Swaziland are now open! After a very long wait, we can now welcome visitors back into Eswatini to enjoy all that our beautiful country has to offer. Come and enjoy a relaxing stay at our very own Bulembu Country Lodge. For reservations please call +268 76021593 or email email@example.com #Eswatini #EswatiniTourism #Bulembu #CountryLodge
Our friends from Sweden, Mats and Inga Olssen are back in Bulembu visiting after a long two-year covid break. They brought along a clothing donation for the children which is always such a blessing. Thank you to all our Swedish friends for making this possible; every bit makes a difference. It is so good to have them back and we look forward to more Swedish visitors and teams in the near future. #bulembu #friends #thankyou
Sponsor a child
Bulembu Ministries Swaziland is making a difference by raising today’s children to be tomorrow’s leaders. Children from across the nation are brought into our holistic child care facilities and loving homes.
Through education and personal mentoring, these children will become the foundation for restoring the social fabric of Swaziland. Be part of the transformation!
The kingdom of Swaziland is in crisis. It has one of the highest AIDS rates in the world, and in the 1990s the population was decreasing so rapidly that the UN estimated that the Swazi people would be wiped out by 2050. There are around 120,000 orphans and vulnerable children living in need, and having also having had severe droughts, the country has suffered greatly.
In 2006 a team of social developers and entrepreneurs purchased the abandoned mining town of Bulembu with a vision to restore it to a fully sustainable town which provides care to over 350 orphaned and vulnerable children. This video gives a window into the impact of Bulembu Ministries on the lives of some of the many children we have the privilege of caring for.
Two Pillars of Bulembu
Bulembu Country Lodge
Nestled at the foot of Mount Emlembe, Swaziland’s highest mountain, The Bulembu Country Lodge is the perfect destination on your visit to Swaziland.