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Emmanuel began partnering in 2018 with the community of eNhlanhleni in Swaziland to support a ministry known as a care point. At the care point, approximately 200 children are fed a solid meal each day, are discipled to know Jesus and provided with basic medical care. Swaziland has the world’s highest rate of HIV/Aids infection and many of these children are orphans cared for by grandparents or other family members who are often overwhelmed with the financial burden. eNhlanhleni is in one of the poorest regions of Swaziland yet its people are working hard in this partnership, cooking the food, collecting the firewood and building a shelter for the cooking and a fence to protect the children.

As our partnership with that community develops, we are encouraged to send a team to visit the people of eNlanhleni and, at some point, may have the opportunity to help them with development projects to increase their sustainability.

If you are interested in learning more about this ministry, please contact Peter Spragg at peter@emmanuellife.com or Bob Burkinshaw at  robert.burkinshaw@gmail.com

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Latest Update & Pictures - April 2022

We had a great month at the care point for the past weeks. Actually everyone  had an exciting month where we had new friends (Gap Year Team) who have been a blessing to us .

We are so thankful for the impact that God is doing in a  Eswatini through them. They really show love to kids , cooks and to the community members and daily motivation from what the Lord is doing to our country . Having them around gave us a sense of belonging and right now we feel worth it in life.Iit been so good seeing them clearing the yard and share their journey with Lord .  




We had an opportunity to impact lives out side the care point , where by we went to visit some homestead around the community . That was our best time chatting with families and hearing how the live and encourage each other , helping where ever we can . We were so impacted and we hope all the lives we got touch too will have a difference. 

Concerning the projects that we have  , both of them are in progress . The sewing training things seems bright, We got the trainer now and she gave us all the stuff that will be needed to run the training . Then the Chicken coup building is promising but one thing delays. The ministry vehicle is in service so then we hope soon we will be running those project . Community and cooks are so excited for the coming empowerment , they are showing the ownership of the projects.

The Shepherd with the kids ensure their yard is clean and safe for everyone.  They schedule themselves to collect papers and other rubbish within the care point . Seeing young leaders doing that shows the daily impact that the care point is doing . We are hoping those young men and women will impact others to keep their environment clean ,it might be in the community , homestead , school and churches . 


We will never stop saying thank you God for touching you friends to impact Eswatini.  We will never be able to thank you well but we hope one day God will thank you well . The meal that we get daily plays a vital role in many lives.   Some kids eat at school and at the care point due to less privileged to their homestead . The support is so amazing friends in all angles , without the partnership we can not go anywhere . As you see on a below picture how the faces are , it means that meal brings happiness to the kids lives.



Prayer Requests 

  • Pray for Thembi Dlamini [care point caregiver ] She is sick , so pray for healing .
  • Pray for success to the ongoing projects