We have been working hard over the last few years identifying ways to improve our water infrastructure. The reservoirs in Bulembu are one of the areas that need replacing, such as the one pictured below. It will replace the tank in the background. The foundation has been laid and the outer frame is being installed.…
Have you ever considered visiting Bulembu to serve as a short term volunteer? Wondered what it would be like to have a gap year in Eswatini, or a taste of volunteer work with orphaned and vulnerable children and young people? Kamila Doerfler from Germany did just that and it’s an experience she’ll reap the benefits…
Pastor Joe and his team and Nathan and Karly Perrott from Canada are hard at work painting at the Primary school and reinforcing one of the playgrounds.
Pastor Julius Steyn, who is part of Challenge Ministries Swaziland, will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the ICBC (In Community By Community) sites. Have a look at the video clip below for more details on Ps. Julius’ upcoming adventure! https://cmswazi.org/community-development/#row60
We welcome Denham Trollip to Bulembu, as the new Dairy Manager. He has enthusiastically jumped into his new position and taken the bull by the horns! We look forward to having him part of the team!
It was a chilly start to a new school term but the children were all warmly dressed, ready and excited for their first day back at school!
We were blessed with a special performance by the East Rand Youth Orchestra at the Bulembu Community Church in April. The children and the larger community were thrilled to have had the opportunity to experience a symphony orchestra. It was a special occasion and was thoroughly enjoyed by all!
The Canadian Team have been hard at work with a number of work projects. Part of the team is busy building a prototype playground that will be setup here in Bulembu but potentially at other ICBC sites within Challenge Ministries Swaziland.
The Tenors made their way back to Bulembu again – this is the fourth time that they have been here. You should have seen the excitement from the children when they heard the Tenors were coming! Just seeing a poster of the Tenors makes the children’s eyes light up. But it isn’t only the children…