We are a small independent registered charity based in the North West of England working in partnership through a committee in Swaziland to run two Care Centres for vulnerable children. The charity was granted charitable status in May 2007.
Swaziland has the worst rate of HIV/Aids in the world. As a result of this there are 120,000 orphans and 20,000 child headed families out of a population of 1.1 million.
The Partners in Education Swaziland Trustees raise money for the running of the Msunduza and Malagwane Care Centres by holding a variety of fund raisers, events and seeking donations. The Centres currently provides a Meal a Day for more than 180 children and a basic pre-school education.
Our grateful thanks go to:
SOS Villages, Soroptimist International of Great Britain & Ireland, Christadelphian Meal a Day, Rotary International, and the many individuals in Swaziland and the UK who continue to give their generous support.
Links to some of the organisations that have given support: