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Women of Swaziland

The thirty year old Wezi Kunene has had her dream come true: in Manzini, Swaziland's main city, her native country, she runs a shop specializing in upholstery and furniture repair. The young woman has built its success gradually, starting from the training course she attended in 2006 at the Don Bosco Vocational Centre. Hers is just one of many cases: the Salesians, in fact, are active in the small and problematic African country, where they follow many projects focused, in particular, on widows and single mothers.




St. Peter’s Square

Nov. 20, 2019