What We’re Doing

Emoyeni supports and provides caring solutions for South Africa’s vulnerable children. Our passion is to see African children and their communities come to know and follow Jesus Christ.


The focus of Emoyeni is the orphan and the disadvantaged (children aged birth through 18) who are at risk of homelessness, hunger, disease, neglect, abuse, poverty, or abandonment.

Emoyeni provides assistance for disadvantaged parents, care givers or guardians of these children.


Healthy local churches are essential for healthy children. Emoyeni supports local churches by providing training and resources so they may better know God’s Truth, presence, power, love and grace. Emoyeni recruits local and international volunteer teams and interns, and also trains volunteer staff for our Feeding Points and Care Points.



About Emoyeni


Emoyeni is a Christ-centered 501(c)(3) public charity. We support and provide caring solutions for South Africa's vulnerable children.

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Get Involved


Looking to part of a winning team? Whether you're setting foot on African soil, or doing the ground work right from home, there are many ways to get involved. Explore our volunteer possibilities. Emoyeni may be the perfect team for you! Learn more in our How to Help section.

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Latest News

Quick update. One of the ladies we prayed for just called to say when she got home she sat down and as she did her knee made a cracking noise and jumped back into position. She has complaint in the past of her knee problem and even retired early from her teaching position because she couldn't stand for long. Amazing God. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great time of ministry with the pastors today after a teaching on the person of the Holy Spirit. We prayed for many to receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit and then a word of knowledge came for healing of 2 ladies with knee problems. Thank you Jesus. ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out our new video and be a part of our vision at Emoyeni Ministries South Africa - Restoring Sons & Daughters ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·