1991: The Mbabane SOS Children’s Village was officially opened by His Majesty King Mswati III together with the kindergarten, primary and high school and named it ENGONWENI.
1993: Establishment of the National Coordination Of-fice.
First SOS National Strategic planning through setting out of major goals from which we were all expected to work towards through individuals’ annual activity plan.
1998: First youth integration ceremony.
1999: SOS Sponsorship program was launched to cater for children outside SOS Children’s Village.
1999: Community housing project for 10 families in Mbabane at Sidwashini community sport field was established and opened.
2000: Reaching families within the wider community.
2001: Started the 2001 to 2008 Eight Initiatives Strategy that was considering the critical stakeholders and perspectives for better accomplishing the set goals.
2001: Established and opened the second SOS Children’s Village in Nhlangano, officially opened by His Majesty King Mswati III through Representative His Royal Highness Prince Masitsela.
2006: Memorandum of understanding up to 2016 with Government of Eswatini to manage primary and high schools signed. Introduction of Family Strengthening as a Programme.
2009: Started the 2009 to 2016 ONE Strategy focussing on the three main perspectives of our work, Children, Funding and Human Resource. This was to adjust and tighten our sails in readiness of the more wider and interactive future.
2009: Creation of Fund Development and Communication Function for the National Association.
2010: Third SOS Children’s Village established and officially opened by His Majesty King Mswati III naming it Ekutfokomeni.
2011: Creation of HR function in the National Association
2012: Introduction of Children’s Village Program Policy.
2013: March 28 to 31 Helmut Kutin Honorary President Visit. Moved the National Coordination Office to Manzini.
2014: Creation of more positions in the National Office. DHL and EU partnerships.
2015: SOS president Siddartha Kaul’s visit to Eswatini.
2016: Creation of Advocacy and monitoring and evaluation at the national office.