SANU DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS TO SUPPORT

  1. STONE CHURCH RENOVATION

Stone Church - Manzini

The Hynd Family in partnership with Southern Africa Nazarene University has embarked on an initiative to renovate the first church structure of the Church of the Nazarene in Manzini, Swaziland in Southern Africa. This is normally referred to as a Stone Church.

The purpose is to preserve the nature and beauty of the building and turn it into a museum and put information about the history of the Church of the Nazarene in Swaziland, so that Saints, Tourists or anyone interested or doing research can visit and access information.  The Church is situated almost at the Centre of the entrance arenainto the Manzini Nazarene Mission Station. The University has been given the task of ensuring that the Church is kept intact for future generations.

The project is valued at $ 65, 000.00 and we extend a request to prospective Donors to support this initiative.

  1. STUDENT WELLNESS CENTRE

The University is in a process of constructing a student wellness center in the Main Campus in Manzini to service the whole student body. The purpose of the student wellness center is to support a healthy student’s lifestyle so that SANU students are healthy to cope well with their academic demands and achieve outstanding results. The center will also service staff of the University.

The project is valued at $ 20, 000.00 and we extend a request to prospective Donors to support this initiative.

  1. STUDENT RECREATIONAL CENTRE

The Recreational Centre will be an emporium situated in the Main Campus in Manzini. It will accommodate indoor games and the outside games will encompass tennis court, volleyball, cricket, basketball, netball, soccer and other games that may be introduced.

The purpose of the recreational center is to enhance and support extra-curricular activities for mental and physical fitness among students and staff of the University. The center will also service surrounding schools of the Manzini Mission Station.

The project is valued at $ 400, 000.00 and we extend a request to prospective Donors to support this initiative.

  1. CLASSROOM AND SCIENCE LABORATORIES

The University intends to extend the learning facilities to cater for the ever increasing number of students.  The envisaged structure in the Manzini Campus will house Science Laboratories to support current and new science programmes. It will have three floors to save ground space.

The project is valued at $ 4,000, 000.00 and we extend a request to prospective Donors to support this initiative.

  1. LIBRARY AND RESEARCH CENTRE CONSTRUCTION

Preliminary architectural drawings have been completed for the construction of the Main Library and Research Centre. This Library will serve a population of more than 500 health service providers, 145 university members of staff, 1250 University students, 1600 high school students and 1,200 primary school students and their teachers.

The library will house three Directorates, namely, Library, Information Technology and Research. The ground flow will be occupied solely by the main library which will provide the academic community with easy access to offline information and resources. The first floor will provide access to online information and resources through various databases. The second floor will provide an opportunity for researchers to model and produce quality research to support the goals and aspirations of the University and contribute to the nation and regional research agenda.

The project is valued at $ 300, 000.00 and we extend a request to prospective Donors to support this initiative