There are many needs but none more urgent than the needs of the children. Being abused or abandoned is the lot of life for too many.
Claypotts Trust is involved in sustainable community development, feeding programmes, clothing distribution, furnishing of schools and training in the care of the environment.
But we never neglect or forget the spiritual needs of the children.Thank you to all our donors (does this include you?) for this great work.
Mphaya Johannes Simelane
This is the flag of Swaziland in the shape of the map of the country.
The colours of the flag of Swaziland are red, blue and yellow;
Red stands for the battles of the past
Blue stands for peace and stability
Yellow stands for the natural resources the country possesses.
The flag also has a picture of a shield and spears which stand for protection of the country from enemies.
The shield is black and white to show that black and white people live together peacefully in Swaziland.