News & Updates

Two Field Workers Trained!

Snowy Ratau and Salome Mabuza received sponsorships from PETRA and EAR2HEAR to undertake training in order for them to be equipped to walk with children who are struggling.

Petra Institute for Children’s Ministry trains people to work with children. Snowy and Salome attending the Walking With Wounded Children Training with Petra.

They had a very good experience with Petra and are very positive that their training is going to make a positive impact on the children they serve.

We are grateful to the sponsors and the 2 ladies willing to make the time to learn!

2018 Year end with EAR2HEAR

REFILWE ORPHAN CARE had a special day with EAR2HEAR as the children were empowered through an important message from the VTJ Campaign. This message empowers the children to make a stand against pornography, abuse and prostitution/trafficking.

After a very good presentation, the children each enjoyed their own gifts, party sweets, food and something to drink.

The day came to an end with some very talented traditional dancers who presented a message to us about healthy relationships.

We are so happy to see the progress of Refilwe Orphan Care. They are doing incredible work among the children!

Work with Stichting Bethlehem January 2018.

An organisation from the Netherlands known as Stichting Bethlehem has availed themselves to assist us in crafts and the homework of the children.

Here below they are tutoring them in arts & crafts

A tutor has been hired to help the children do their homework.

A meal rounded off the day

2017 Year end with EAR2HEAR

REFILWE ORPHAN CARE had an exciting day once again with the children and EAR2HEAR as we celebrated a year of hard work. Almost 250 children came to watch the Look, Live and Listen series 6 by Global Recordings Network which tells us about the Lord Jesus and His life.

Afterwards, there were Christmas goodies for the children and hotdogs, juice & sweets.

REFILWE ORPHAN CARE has had a difficult year after the passing of our founder, Evenlyn Matlala, who shall be sorely missed.