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Lindelwa Dlamini



eSwatini

Sibusisiwe

09/12/2006

Lindelwa Dlamini

Lindelwa lives with her grandmother. She is blessed with good health, and one day would like to become a doctor. Lindelwa has a brother and helps out at home by cooking. Most often for dinner, traditional pap and beans is served. This kind young lady is making good grades in school and enjoying math class the most. In her free time you'll find her playing dolls with her friends.

Sibusisiwe


The community of Lonhlupheko is drought-stricken. The landscape of the region is very flat with little vegetation due to the lack of rainfall. The people of Lonhlupheko plough just as hard as everyone else in the country, but because of the extreme heat, the crops dry out. This has led to high unemployment and extreme poverty.

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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