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Nkosing'vile Mtsetfwa



eSwatini

Logoba

05/05/2006

Nkosing'vile Mtsetfwa

With his father deceased, Nkosing'vile and his four sisters are being raised by their mother, who is unemployed. He's a caring boy who helps at home by sweeping the floors and fetching the water. Chicken and pap is a typical meal for Nkosing'vile and his family. He's in good health, loving to play soccer whenever he can. When he grows up, Nkosing'vile would like to serve his community by becoming a teacher. Will you sponsor him, and help encourage this young boy?

Logoba


Logoba is located near the majority of eSwatini's industrial sites. In this area, most people live in rented one-room flats as they work in the industries. The children here come from very poor families with parents having little education. The children are often moved from place to place because their caregivers are hired on short-term contracts or doing odd jobs. This area is known to have a high rate of crime due to the scarcity of employment, therefore the children are regularly exposed to a harsh environment.

HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
All it takes is $39 a month to make a huge impact in this child's life! Your support goes directly to help provide for and empower them. Sponsoring a child will also impact your life!

GIVING HOPE IS SIMPLE, YET EFFECTIVE

Through CarePoints in local communities, Children's Cup provides the necessities and skills needed to thrive, but most of all we provide children the opportunity to learn about Christ.

Through generous sponsorship, you're providing hope and encouragement, but most importantly you're letting these children know their life has value and that they are loved. Thank you!

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