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Hello, my name is Nhlalala

  Age 8 South Africa
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  I am a girl
  I am 8 years old
My birthday is on 4/11/2011
  I live in Thusalushaka, South Africa
  I speak Pedi
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Nhlalala's community is located in the Limpopo province, which is 500km from Johannesburg, the capital. About 67,000 people live here. High illiteracy rate, low quality education, poor educational infrastructure and poorly trained teachers lead to only half the children attending school. Malnutrition rate among children under the age of five is high. Poor access to safe and clean water contribute to the spread of waterborne diseases. HIV infections are also high due to a lack of awareness on the virus.
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Through our special focus on children, World Vision works with communities for about 10 to 15 years, empowering children, families and communities to break the cycle of poverty.



Clean Water & Sanitation

World Vision works to provide clean water in the communities we work in. We also raise awareness on hygiene and sanitation while empowering communities to run and maintain their water and sanitation facilities.




Health & Nutrition

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World Vision helps to address barriers to education and works with communities and local governments to improve the quality of education children receive.





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