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Mancoba Msibi



eSwatini

Thulwane

08/25/2003

Mancoba Msibi

Mancoba herds cattle to help support his family. He has two sisters and a brother. They live with their stepmother, as their father has passed away and his mother abandoned them. Every school morning, Mancoba walks over three miles to classes, where his favorite subject is math. When he has spare time, he loves to spend it by playing soccer with his friends. He is talkative and loves to interact with others. Serving his country by joining the military is what he hopes to do when he grows up. Will you choose Mancoba, sharing God's love?

Thulwane


Thulwane is a very hot, rural community approximately 16 miles from eSwatini's largest city, Manzini. Because of the heat and drought-like conditions, the people of Thulwane have to work extremely hard to earn a living. Many parents leave their children with Gogos (grandmothers) or even abandon them in search of work and better living conditions. The high unemployment rate has also contributed to a prevailing problem of alcoholism in the community. Many students drop out of school because of inability to pay for their education, which has ultimately contributed to a high rise in teenage pregnancy.

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