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!
We’re excited to announce that the Bulembu Country Lodge has just received their new Tshirts and YEBO cap! Next time you’re passing through Bulembu, come by the Lodge store (at reception) and have a look at what’s new!
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 sound of excited cheering rang up from the sports fields near the Bulembu Community Church today as a school from our neighbouring village, Malanda, had their inter-house athletics sports day. It’s such a blessing that our facilities can also benefit the greater community!
Recently Bulembu has been very blessed to receive a new couple on staff, Richard and Elaine Tucker. However, you may well recognize them as they are an integral part of our wider ministry family, Challenge Ministries Swaziland (CMS) and Potters Wheel Church. A very warm welcome to the Tuckers! #Bulembu #Welcome #Blessing#NewSeason
Today marks the end of week 4 of the water pipeline project. Jim and his team have been surveying, digging the bench and even clearing along the cliff with help from Akki and his team. Stay connected for more updates! #Bulembu #Maintenance #WaterPipeline #Progress
Our Mustard Seed friends in Sweden, have very generously donated a backup generator so that during times when we have no power, the centralized kitchen can keep food fresh and continue preparing food for the children. #Bulembu #Generator #ThankYou #Blessed