Malaika Kids is setting up a scholarship fund to help children like Badru progress through the top end of school and through college. The first £1,000 has been pledged by a longstanding trustee, David Murray. For some, A levels may not be the best course. Maria and Amina will finish their four years at Ujenzi […]
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Elizabeth (in the headscarf on the left) had had a terrible time before she came to us two years ago, and had missed a lot of schooling. Now in a stable environment with a lot of support, she has reached Standard 4 at primary school and is likely to be put up a class to […]
Our children come very poor backgrounds. Dar es Salaam is attracting ever more people from the countryside, and they move into the shanty towns which have sprung up on the edges of the city. There, communities are recent and mobile, with little in the way of support in case of family breakdown. Aids has had […]
Malaika Kids rescues orphans and the most vulnerable children from the streets of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and gives them a stable, cared for upbringing. Where possible they are reunited with wider family members, willing and able to foster them, with assistance from our Relatives Support Programme. Where there are no relatives, the children move […]
Save the date and join us for our annual Malaika Kids evening reception. This is an evening for all of our supporters. However, its also an opportunity for others to become friends of Malaika Kids and to offer their support if they wish to. During the course of the evening there will be light refreshments […]
Malaika Kids volunteer Kim Janssen, 23, from the Netherlands, has been volunteering with the charity for five months. Kim has just got a full time job, but explains why she volunteered and what she got out of working for Malaika Kids. When I moved to the UK in February 2013 it was my goal to […]
Crocs USA has chosen Malaika Kids as their
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