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"I Am Not Forgotten" - Thabo's Story

"I Am Not Forgotten" - Thabo's Story

Continuing with our theme of bringing awareness to the prevalence of HIV/AIDs in Swaziland, we are glad to share the story of a child we’re calling Thabo in an effort to protect his identity.

Thabo is 14 years old and began attending the Children’s Cup Zombodze CarePoint when he was 4 years old. Since then, he has greatly benefited from the medical care provided by the generosity of investments made from people like you!


Thabo is the youngest and most playful of four children. By the age of 5, both of his parents passed away due to HIV-related illnesses. Soon after, Thabo became sick and bedridden. His sisters and brothers were unable to complete school as they could not afford the fees along with Thabo’s medication.

Thankfully, our CarePoint facilitators noticed his absence and visited his home—a two room, stick and mud house. Thabo was then taken to the hospital where he learned of his HIV+ status.

Still today, Thabo is supported by Children’s Cup and working to overcome the limitations associated with his illness.

Because the CarePoint provides a place for him to play, eat nutritious meals, and receive medical assistance, Thabo says Children’s Cup is very special to him. He’s learned about Jesus and now believes he has hope for a future.

Someday, Thabo dreams of protecting others as a police officer. Medical care provided by Children’s Cup, afforded through people like you, give him health and hope for a future!

Thabo wants us to tell you, “Thank you Children's Cup for all the provision. May the good Lord bless you abundantly.”

Will you prayerfully consider contributing toward the medical care HIV+ children like Thabo so desperately need?

Thank you for seeing Every Child a Whole Child with us!


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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