Rehoboth is equipped with a resource centre with small library, study and computer area for the children and young people to use for their studies and homework. There is also a small playground and a covered court where basketball, volleyball and badminton are frequently played. On top of that is a spacious garden used for the eco-learning production of vegetables, fruit and flowers as well as a small fish pond. For the younger children there is outdoor play area as well as slides and see-saws alongside the covered court.
In March 2013, Rehoboth undertook the building of an eco-learning centre, a building situated in the gardens to be used as classrooms and for devotions and community activities. A former Peace Corps volunteer at Rehoboth introduced the idea of bottle blocks as an environmentally friendly building alternative to breeze blocks. The building was designed by one of the REAP students as part of his college studies. Once the design was signed off the children and young people collected over 5000 bottles with the help of the local community and the building began. For more photos of the eco-learning centre visit the gallery page.