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Nhlonipho Nyundu



South Africa

Dayizenza

08/08/2007

Nhlonipho Nyundu

Nhlonipho enjoys learning Siswati, the most in school. He is making fair progress in school and is known for being intelligent. When he prays, he asks God to help him finish school and build a good house for him and his family. In his spare time, he likes to play a rowdy, heart-thumping game of soccer. Nhlonipho has a brother, and they live with their father, who is a builder. The meals at the house usually consist of pap and beans which has thankfully kept Nhlonipho in good health. In the future?Nhlonipho wants to be a teacher. Will you choose Nhlonipho? Is God putting him on your heart?

Dayizenza


Dayizenza is situated on the edge of a large township that still has a bit of a rural feel. Plagued with a high unemployment rate and lacking basic services such as running water and sewer, families are suffering in this community. Many of the children in this area are neglected, undereducated, or have special needs. Fortunately, improvements are slowly being made to the community, such as growing vegetable gardens.

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