Throughout 2018, the youth from the community of Shoka in Swaziland started to become much more involved in caring for the younger children at the Care Point. As the year continued, they started to pray before and help serve their daily meal, lead games and help with the attendance list. This has helped to empower the youth leaders as they now have more responsibility and feel like the Care Point belongs to them.
The Shoka Care Point where 50 of the most vulnerable children across Shoka receive a daily hot and nutritious meal, access to education and access to basic health care.
The Care Point has a water tank that is used to store water.