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Siphiwe Nkomo



eSwatini

Moneni

05/02/2008

Siphiwe Nkomo

This little girl lives with her parents and six siblings. Her mother is a cook and her father is a builder, both working hard to support their large family. Known to be friendly, Siphiwe likes playing dodgeball with her friends at the CarePoint after a lunch of pap and beans. While in school she is doing fair and loves her math and native language, SIswati classes. She helps at home by washing the dishes. When asked what she wants to be when she grows up, Siphiwe responds, I want to be a teacher. What an awesome dream for this small child! Would you consider helping with Siphiwe's everyday needs to nurture her dreams?

Moneni


Moneni is located on the outskirts of the bustling city of Manzini. Unemployment is high in Moneni, and those who are working do so by selling firewood or other merchandise on the streets. The average person lives in a rented apartment where he or she has to also pay for water. This community is severely affected by AIDS, critically damaging the lives of the children who are abandoned or orphaned.

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 his/her community to help provide 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 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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