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Phiwayinkhosi Shiba



eSwatini

Zombodze

01/22/2009

Phiwayinkhosi Shiba

Phiwayinkhosi is a shy boy with dreams of joining the military when he grows up. For now, he is happy to spend his time on the soccer field with his friends. In school he is doing good and he is loving his math class. He lives with his mother, who is unemployed, and 3 siblings. When it's time for chores, he helps by fetching water and herding cattle. Phiwayinkhosi needs a sponsor who will help him grow up knowing that God loves him and has great plans for his life? Will you choose to sponsor him?

Zombodze


Zombodze is found in the center of eSwatini with homes built on “Swazi Nation Land” governed by a chief that consist of extended families living in one compound. People on homesteads farm for commercial use, as well as for family consumption. Most laws and implementations are regulated by the national “kraal,” where all legal matters are handled by kangaroo courts with the chief serving as judge. There are a few schools in the surrounding area where most of the children can attend.

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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