Our Patron the High Commissioner of Tanzania
High Commissioner of the United Republic of Tanzania in London.
“I express my appreciation and that of the Government of Tanzania for the work Malaika Kids is doing to assist orphaned children in Tanzania.”
“It gives me great pleasure to accept the invitation to be patron of Malaika Kids UK. I look forward to a close working relationship with the entire Malaika Kids team during my tenure in London.”
HE Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro
Tanzania High Commissioner
Media Ambassador of Malaika Kids UK
Jonathan Dimbleby, BBC Television and radio reporter, author, president of VSO and media Ambassador of Malaika Kids.
Jonathan Dimbleby says: “I have been closely involved with humanitarian relief in Africa for over 30 years. Malaika Kids is a new volunteer led charity with high drive and professionalism, and a well thought out programme of orphan care. I recommend you to support their efforts”.
“I am very impressed by the work of Malaika Kids… This is a really well run young charity with a dedicated team of volunteers… please do all that you can to support them.”
Miss Commonwealth Africa
In November 2013 Mulki joined 50+ young girls from the African continent to compete for the coveted Miss Commonwealth Africa that was held in the City of London.
She was declared the overall winner after impressing the judges with her beauty, poise, self-confidence and the passion she holds for pursuing charitable causes in Tanzania.
Since November 2013, Mulki has used her high profile to engage with government, public, private and civic leaders in Tanzania on behalf of the needs of the underprivileged groups in society.
She recently joined the Tanzania Minister for Tourism and Natural Resources in the campaign to highlight Tanzania’s efforts to combat international illegal wildlife trade, an experience that has inspired Mulki to contemplate joining Politics.
Why I became a Malaika Kids Ambassador
“My passion has always been, and still is, to help those who are less fortunate and to be a blessing to some kids out there.
I want to promote my country and contribute in its development. I want to see more employment and opportunity for the current and the next generations.
Let us try to eradicate poverty. With less poverty there will be more blessings.
Malaika Kids is doing just that – helping innocent orphans to get a bright future. Malaika Kids make the children feel loved, that they have potential, and that they matter.
You can also be one of Malaika Kids’ friends, contribute in making the world a better place and give a child a future. Let’s get together and make positive changes!”
Mulki Kassu Miraj