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Summer 2024 Newsletter

Lives are being changed by acts of generosity and gifts of compassion. A few examples: A teenage American pianist visited Eswatini to share her talents with children who have not been exposed to classical music, yet understood her songs are about love and hope. Teen girls, left to languish in hopelessness because poverty prevents them from being in school, are…

Spring 2024 Newsletter

Check out the latest at the SOHO website! You’ll discover LENTSABA (The Mountain), our 1,065-acre acre farm where we’re growing an agricultural program and a children’s village. While SOHO remains the parent organization, all sustainably produced goods will be branded under Lentsaba, including macadamia nuts, honey and handicrafts. Look out for the Lentsaba logo as our new face, while our administrative…

Winter 2023 Newsletter

As the year comes to a close, we want to take this opportunity to thank you for being a friend, supporter, donor, prayer partner, advocate. In any of the ways you have shown your interest in our work and your concern for the vulnerable children we serve, know that you are appreciated… Download

Fall 2023 Newsletter

Sometimes it takes a while for God to answer prayers but at SOHO we have learnt that He is never late. For almost a decade we prayed for land with Title /Deed that SOHO could purchase on which to build safe homes. Just before the COVID outbreak, that land, now Lentsaba Farm, was purchased. Download

Summer 2023 Newsletter

The population of Marekamp reflects the population of Eswatini with the majority under twenty or in their teens. It is a trafficking hot spot because girls learn in Primary School that the necessities of life could be acquired by giving themselves for the use of their benefactors. As a result, there is a hefty population of pregnant teens, no skills,…

Spring 2023 Newsletter

In the Kingdom of Eswatini, one out of every five children does not complete high school. Challenges begin at the primary school level even though education at this level is free except for ‘top up’ fees, school uniforms and bus fare for many to attend school. For orphans and vulnerable children for whom a daily meal is a struggle, these…

Winter 2022 Newsletter

After 15 years of serving orphans and vulnerable children in Eswatini, SOHO seeks to expand its reach to address the growing needs intensified by Covid 19 and social unrest in the small Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly, Swaziland). The resources needed to heal, educate, feed and nurture children come from compassionate hearts that give funds to grow Hope. Artists from three…

Fall 2022 Newsletter

Today, another child is born. The offspring of a mother who just had her first menstrual period. I have known her for eight years and discovered that she may have been trafficking for at least half of her young life. Whenever I visited Eswatini, when she was around seven years old and still in Primary school, she would come along…

Summer 2022 Newsletter

In the wake of the Covid pandemic, Eswatini (formerly, Swaziland) has been staggering beneath double blows. Fifteen years ago when SOHO began as a ministry to a staggering population of orphans in the small kingdom, one third of the country was affected by HIV/AIDS and until two years ago, the country had the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the world….

Spring 2022 Newsletter

Covid 19 crippled the travel industry shortly after acquisition of INTSABA mountain farm just over two years ago. My visit at the end of March was my first since then. It was so impacting that I am inviting you to come along with me. Let me take you there! Download