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Yenzokuhle Shoba



eSwatini

Makholweni

07/14/2013

Yenzokuhle Shoba

Favorite Subject: Drawing/Coloring Home Chores: Washing Clothes
Lives with: Mother Personality Trait: Shy/Quiet
Favorite Hobby: Riding a Bike Future Dream: Doctor


Makholweni


Makholweni is situated in the busiest township of eSwatini’s largest city, Manzini. Most of the children in this community live in single-headed households in rented flats. They often move from one place to another as their caregivers have piece jobs or contract jobs in the shops of Manzini. The huge disadvantage of living in this area is that families cannot plough or grow crops for a living because the houses are built closely to each other. The children in this area are exposed to many things good and bad as the community is near the city center.

eSwatini


Only slightly smaller than New Jersey, Eswatini is almost completely bordered by South Africa, with a portion of the country bordered by Mozambique. More than half of the population live below the poverty line, and around 38% of the population is under the age of 15.

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