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Sibonelo Dlamini



eSwatini

Malanti

05/26/2007

Sibonelo Dlamini

Meet Sibonelo! This shy little guy is kind-hearted. He lives with his grandmother since his mother is unemployed and his father has passed away. Sibonelo contributes to the household by herding cattle in the community for a little extra money. He is doing well in school, and his favorite subject is English. In his free time, he likes to play a rowdy game of soccer. When he grows up, he would like to become a police officer to serve and protect his community. Would you consider sponsoring Sibonelo to help him reach his potential?

Malanti


Malanti is located in the hilly grasslands of eSwatini, close to one of its largest rivers, The Nkomazi. This is a very mountainous valley with evergreen vegetation. Not very far from the main road that goes to the capital city, Mbabane, the homes in this community are quite scattered. The people here depend on farming. Plowing and harvesting their fields and selling some of their produce is how they make a living. Most adults are otherwise unemployed.

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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