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Alwande Ngwenya



eSwatini

Mpolonjeni

01/22/2014

Alwande Ngwenya

Favorite Subject: Writing Home Chores: Fetching Water
Lives with: Parents Personality Trait: Shy/Quiet
Favorite Hobby: Playing with Dolls Future Dream: Teacher


Mpolonjeni


Mpolonjeni is found on the hilly grasslands of eSwatini, situated in the middle of both urban and rural areas. It is one of the coldest parts of the country, with lows reaching sometimes below freezing. Most of the children in Mpolonjeni attend school. Although some have the privilege of taking public transport to classes, the majority walk long distances to school. Many homes in this area are built in “Swazi Nation Land” (areas under the rule of chiefs). Most parents are working, and some are even business people in the capital city, Mbabane.

eSwatini


Only slightly smaller than New Jersey, Eswatini is almost completely bordered by South Africa, with a portion of the country bordered by Mozambique. More than half of the population live below the poverty line, and around 38% of the population is under the age of 15.

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