Volunteer shares life saving skill with Bulembu Children : Lisa Ryan, UK Here at the blog we like to introduce you to some of our volunteers who have traveled to Bulembu to serve the community. This month we interviewed an inspirational lady from England, UK who has visited Africa 16 times in the 16 years…
A big welcome to the Armor Electric team from Canada. Today, the team was busy installing power, lighting and plugs in the lower Ranger building and assisted special needs children with their homework at the Primary School. It’s a blessing having another Armor team serve in Bulembu!
Have you ever wondered what happens when our young children at Bulembu graduate high school? We are used to seeing images of cute little ones at a childcare village such as ours but these children grow up to display all kinds of talents, abilities and interests and it is our job to help them discover…
This is the A-Team working on the Water Pipeline Project! They are doing a fantastic job with the monumental task they are busy with. The project is going well and should be completed by the end of April!
Here is the newest babyhome arrival.
Laptops are one of the things that most departments are in need of and for Bongani, who is working in the Childcare department, it is an important tool to get work done. A big thank you goes out to the Mustard Seed for making this awesome donation! It is such a blessing!
The Water Pipeline project is going well and according to schedule, but definitely not without challenges. Today, Jim MacLellan and his team had to move galvanized steel pipes for the remaining part of the project located close to the water source. They had to carry all of it by hand as the terrain was just too rough…
The Bulembu Lodge was blessed with amazing hospitality management software that will improve their service greatly. Thank you to CIMSO Groupfor donating the software and to Ricky from CSS for coming out all the way to Bulembu to train our staff on the software.
Mahewu is a popular maize-meal drink that is loved by many Swazi’s and Mandla Mahewu very generously donated more than enough mahewu for all 360 children. Thank you Mandla Mahewu for this amazing donation!
The toddlers are getting busy with fun craft activities during their holidays. Not only is it keeping minds occupied, but it’s also a whole lot of fun for the children and caregivers!