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"I Am Not Forgotten" - Siphesihle’s Story

"I Am Not Forgotten" - Siphesihle’s Story

Because of you, Children’s Cup cares for more than 400 HIV positive children each year in Swaziland, Africa. This is the difference you're making every day—and Siphesihle’s* story is proof of that.


Although Siphesihle was 15 years old when we first met her, no one believed that to be true. She was so frail and thin that she appeared to be, at most, 10 years old. Many nights she would go to bed on an empty stomach, unable to take the medication required for her illness, HIV.

Since hearing about the meals offered nearby, Siphesihle began walking more than 30 minutes to the closest Children’s Cup CarePoint in Thulwane, Swaziland, to fill her empty stomach. Here she also began to receive medical attention she was not able to access otherwise.

Today Siphesihle is 17 years old, healthy, and happier than ever before. Thanks to you, she is equipped with the health care she requires and is empowered to dream about the good plans God has for her.

Thank you for making stories like Siphesihle’s possible. Will you please prayerfully consider giving a meaningful gift today so more kids like Siphesihle receive this essential HIV+ medical care?


Some children are in difficult enough circumstances that we move them into our I Am Not Forgotten homes to receive 24/7 care. Many of them are HIV positive.

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