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A Classroom for Mafutseni

A Classroom for Mafutseni

At our Mafutseni CarePoint in Swaziland, the children, facilitators, and cooking mothers had prayed quite some time for a classroom for the CarePoint. At the end of 2017, funding came for this project. The construction began on January 15, 2018, and now, the children and caregivers within this community who prayed and waited are witnessing their answered prayer right before their eyes.


This classroom will be a safe place for the children of Mafutseni to learn and grow, both physically and spiritually. This classroom is much more than a structure to those in that community and to us. It’s a tangible representation of God’s faithfulness and the obedience of those He entrusts.

Our vision to equip local churches to transform their communities through holistic child development was a seed deposited into the hearts of our founders from the Lord. But, it was meant to be facilitated through His people—our partners—and to you, we say, “THANK YOU!”  

“For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.”  1 Corinthians 12:4

We, together, are all playing an invaluable role in seeing Every Child a Whole Child!

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