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Lenhle Ngwenya



eSwatini

Mangwaneni

04/19/2013

Lenhle Ngwenya

Lenhle is used to meals of pap and beans for dinner. It's a common dish in her country. She lives with her parents, and has three siblings. Her mother works as a shopkeeper, and her father is a security guard to provide for the family. Lenhle's chore at home is to sweep the floors. At school, Lenhle is quiet, but she makes good grades. Her favorite subject is writing. Most of her free time is spent playing with dolls, perhaps pretending to be their doctor, as that is what she wants to be when she grows up. Your love and prayers will encourage this young lady to pursue all that God has for her.

Mangwaneni


Mangwaneni is in a mountainous region of eSwatini. Most of the families live in brick or stick and mud houses. Very few of the homes have running water or electricity. Because of its mountainous terrain, not many crops can be grown, but they do succeed in growing some of the staple food, maize. Due to its altitude, Mangwaneni is one of the coldest parts of the country in the winter. Children in the community are typically very helpful in doing house chores, gardening, and caring for younger siblings.

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