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Vakele Dlamini



eSwatini

Motshane

01/14/2009

Vakele Dlamini

Meet the future Dr. Vakele! This friendly boy has a heart to help the sick and hurting in his homeland when he grows up. Vakele walks about a mile to school, where he's making good progress and enjoys learning math the most. When his studies are done, he loves to play soccer with his friends. Vakele and his three siblings live with their parents and he helps around the house fetching water for the family. The meals at their house are usually the same thing: rice and pap (a porridge like substance). Will you choose Vakele and help him reach a bright future?

Motshane


Located in western mountains of eSwatini, Motshane is just twenty minutes from the closest city, Mbabane. Those who have jobs generally take some form of public transportation into the city. The average wage is about $100 per month. With vast unemployment and high HIV rates (similar to the rest of the country), this community has little hope. However, the CarePoint is approximately two miles from the local primary school and has running water and electricity.

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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