Siteki Family Based Care is located in a rural set up which makes it unique as it is surrounded by homesteads, schools and churches. It was launched in 2009 by His Majesty King Mswati 111 and named Ekutfokomeni. In that very same year, the village started its operations with six houses; about sixty children were admitted at the Village. Six qualified mothers were recruited to provide quality care and they were trained on Basic mother skills, which is still an ongoing initiative for new mothers. After the completion of the Basic Child Care Worker training, mothers are awarded certificates which also act as a motivation to them. The SOS mother builds a close relationship with every child entrusted to her, and provides the security, love and stability that each child needs. Up to date, the village has increased progressively and reached its full capacity of about 120 children in 12 houses.