A vulnerable children’s support project in Africa

  • Imagine you are a 10 year old boy living in Swaziland
  • Your father died 5 years ago
  • Now your mother has died of Aids
  • You are now either living on the streets or with relatives who have their own problems and can’t support you
  • You have little or no access to food
  • You can’t go to school because you have no school fees
One of our youngsters outside his home.
One of our youngsters outside his home.

In Eswatini we run two purpose built care centres which provide food each day, pre-school education and through community representatives that loving care which the children so desperately need. 


  • Provide a hot meal and basic education each day
  • Seek out sponsors for your school fees
  • And most importantly give you the love and affection you most need

Both the Msunduza and Malagwane Care Centres operate in partnership with the charity SOS Villages supporting over  220 children daily, providing a meal, and for pre-school children basic education.  Often the meal will be the only food the child receives each day. The Centres also enable basic medical assessment and welfare monitoring.  The children are taught how to develop socially and given skills in gardening and craft applications. The charity also seeks out sponsors to provide the necessary money to pay school fees. Whilst at the Centre the children are helped with life problems and encouraged to develop their lives to become good citizens. The finances for the Centres are raised by a small group of Trustees who hold various charity events and receive donations. There are no administrative costs thereby enabling all monies raised to go directly  to the running of the Centres.

Four of our children - all good friends - at the centre
Four of our children – all good friends – at the centre

In addition, we provide food parcels to support the children’s home guardians and community elderly who in most cases are looking after the children.

Food parcels to help feed the elderly and children's guardians.
Food parcels to help feed the elderly and children’s guardians.
Busy with the sewing project
Busy with the sewing project

The charity is sponsoring business initiative programmes in conjunction with the local community in areas such as market gardening, sewing and bee keeping.

beekeeping in progress