Towards a “grown-up” life

Seven of our older boys are already in the fourth year of high school, which is the mandatory last year for those who do not want to continue university studies. Therefore for some of our boys and girls, this is a crucial moment, they will decide their future job and all new aspect of adult life.

It is never easy to find a job, especially in Africa, but we will help our children as much as possible to fit into the productive life of their country and to become independent adults, following their skills.

It seems odd to see them about to fly off after having welcomed them as babies and helped them grow all these years.

Some other students at Malaika are already over the fourth year, having decided to continue their studies to try to attend University.

Thanks to all of you who have helped us till now. We hope you will continue to do so at this crucial moment!

Planting corn

Time flies, we still have the Christmas celebrations in our eyes and hearts, but before long, it will already be Easter. The year began with

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New beginnings

December marks the end of the calendar year but also the end of the school year for Tanzanian schools. It is a time of celebration

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Candle workshop expands

These are weeks of construction and big changes in Malaika. After several months of planning and research, construction has begun on the candle workshop, separate

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