Children’s Village in Lockdown

Children’s Village in Lockdown Coronavirus is, unfortunately, spreading rapidly in Tanzania and coinciding with the usual seasonal peak in malaria cases. All our children and staff are at present fit and healthy, but we worry as the crisis deepens in a country where there is no welfare safety net and where average incomes are under […]

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Malaika Kids and Coronavirus

In Tanzania, the number of confirmed cases has been low so far. The government, however, expects the country to follow the pattern of most other countries and has already closed every school. This means our Village is thronged with children all day, even those who might normally be boarding at secondary school, as well as […]

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The Malaika Kids tell us why your help is so important

All our children at Malaika Kids have dreams. Some want to go to university, others want to perform on the stage, some love sports and most of them enjoy learning. And you can help them. Here, just a few of our kids tell you why supporting our Christmas appeal. this year is so important to […]

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Help these children have a wonderful Christmas

The Chair of Malaika Kids, Alan and his wife Francesca will be travelling to Tanzania on November 25 and staying until December 15 – exactly the duration of the matched funding Christmas Appeal. For the second year running they will be accompanied by Alison, the recently retired head of one of the most successful secondary schools […]

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Malaika Kids Match Funded Christmas Appeal 2018

Between 25th November and 16th December 2018 all donations – whether monthly or one-off – will be matched and effectively doubled. This opportunity allows you to maximise your support for the destitute children we care for.  Your money will help children who are very much in need. Recently, Malaika Kids in Tanzania has been asked by the […]

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Graduations and achievements for our kids!

Our children are working hard to secure themselves a positive future, and recently many of them have reaped the rewards of their efforts. Andwele has just set off for school in Dar es Salaam to study clinical medicine.   Two more boys have just ‘graduated’ from four years of secondary schooling. They still must sit their final […]

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