Thembeni and Children
Thembeni is a forty-five year old sickly widow who is looking after three children. They live in the Mahwanke Village in the Gwanda District. Their lives have been changed because of your generosity.
Thembeni tells us ... "I am thankful to the people who donated porridge because my family has been struggling to get nutritional rich food. The porridge is going to be of great help for the children who are going to school. They can go after having a very strong breakfast of corn soya blend."
The family was also part of the families who received rabbits in 2012 and she is very happy with the performance of the rabbit project at her home. Thembeni continues her story ... “The rabbit project at our home, where we were given two female rabbits has been a vehicle for a breakthrough iIn our lives. The number of the rabbits this year has gone up to eighteen. We have given back two rabbits and have sold seven and I managed to buy uniforms for my children and pay school fees. We have slaughtered three as relish and the meat is tasty and tender." The family presently has three rabbits and two of them are pregnant!
We share these first hand stories so you know exactly what the American Foundation for Children with AIDS is able to do with the funds you have donated. Lives are being changed every day!
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