Tebogo, seven, and his mother are both HIV positive and his father died of AIDS when Tebogo was two.
We first visited Tebogo in June 2011. Tebogo's mother says:
"I live in the shacks (informal settlement). When Save the Children came, they found me in poor health. I was regularly becoming sick because I was thinking about what my children were going to eat. So when they arrived my life changed, the life they found me living was transformed into another life, where I live well. I no longer become sick today and I now have a healthy life.
"Tebogo is now happy, he has toys and now has breakfast in the morning. Save the Children changed my life, they also changed the lives of my children.
"Tebogo attends school very well now because he now gets to eat in the morning.
"Save the Children has helped me by giving my children roof, it helped by giving me and my children clothes and blankets. It gave me a big gift."