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I’m a mum of 34 kids at 23 – we all go to sleep at 7pm but I’m up ALL night whenever they wake | The Sun

THINK your life is busy? A woman has revealed how she is a mum to 34 kids at the age of 23.

TikTok user Tusayiwe Mkhondya uploaded a video showing her morning routine in the home she runs in Malawi for orphans, street kids and teen mothers.


Tusayiwe found herself as a homeless single mum at the age of 18 but opened her organisation You Are Not Alone (Yana) shortly after.

The kids in her shelter range from five months up to the age of 16 and she has a very gruelling routine when it comes to taking care of them.

On her @tusaiweyana account, she said: “All the kids are not abandoned. Some are orphans, some have only one parent, some have both parents but they have been abandoned by those parents.

“I provide education, empowerment and skills.”

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Her day begins at 4am, and she showed how she prepares all the food for the kids – including sandwiches, hot dinners and juice boxes.

She added: “ I am the only one who cooks for the under 5 children and every child has his/her own morning chores.”

The kids go to bed at 7pm but her night shift really starts then as lots of the babies will wake up to feed.

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She said: “I have to feed them and also change their diapers and I also have to prepare for work and the next day.”

Many people praised her efforts, with one saying: “You are doing an amazing thing for all of them! Keep it up!!”

Another added: “may God reward you abundantly.”

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