Giving Hope Through Education

Eswatini, Africa’s smallest country, is landlocked by South Africa and Mozambique.The country is known for its game reserves and diverse climate and topography. Often called “The Nation of Orphans”, Eswatini is one of the smallest countries in Africa, yet it has the highest rate of HIV/AIDS in the entire world. Because of this, more than 150,000 children are orphaned and alone and do not have the resources for food or education.


The Khayamandi Foundation focuses its efforts on supporting the educational needs of these orphans, including school supplies, uniforms, and shoes. Thus far, the foundation has helped to contribute more than $15,000 towards these efforts, through support of Warren Baptist teams that work each year in Eswatini.