Who is Challenge Ministries Swaziland (CMS)?
Challenge Ministries Swaziland is a not for profit Section 21 charity based in Swaziland; a small, beautiful country which is landlocked between South Africa and Mozambique. Swaziland has one of the highest HIV/AIDS rates in the world, which has resulted in many orphaned or vulnerable children living on the streets without any hope for the future.
CMS has a vision to make a difference in Swaziland for many generations through the care of orphaned and vulnerable children, development of rural communities, education, rehabilitation programs, rural healthcare, sustainability projects and teaching godly leadership.
ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems
The Challenge Ministries Swaziland (CMS) is delighted to announce that we have been awarded an ISO 9001:2015 certification for Quality Management Systems. This is an internationally recognized standard that ensures our services to mankind and to meet the needs of Lord’s Kingdom through an effective management standards and professional systems. The certificate has been awarded by the Royal Stancert B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands on November 27, 2019, accredited by the Global Euro Accreditation Centre (GEAC).
A Continuous Improvement…
An ISO accreditation demonstrates our commitment towards continued improvement to reach the highest standard of quality management. The CMS team underwent an extensive audit that included quality management system development, a management system documentation review, pre-audit, initial assessment, and clearance of non-conformances etc. Gaining ISO 9001:2015 reinforces CMS’s relentless focus on quality benchmarks on global standards of excellence.
We are extremely proud of our team for their achievement, which proves their’s and Ministry’s commitment in ensuring quality care and providing the best possible tireless services to our society and community. We are dedicated to focus towards constant improvements and developments to maintain the highest standards of quality management systems at all levels.