50 Million Girls Too Many

14th March 2019

50 million girls are out of school in Sub-Saharan Africa, and that is 50 million too many. We are thrilled to announce that we will be showcasing our crucial work at none other than Harvard University on March 28th. Please…

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Meet Natacha, Our Dear Secretary

12th March 2019

Natacha Mosakwa Bayindo has been Malaika's Secretary for ten years. She is a crucial part of our team and cherished member of our family as she inspires our students with her hard work and dedication. When asked to reflect on…

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Teachers Working with Teachers: Natalie Strengthening our English Program

7th March 2019

Language is a significant part of our holistic curriculum. The girls receive daily lessons in both French and English from kindergarten and on. Recently, we were excited to host Natalie, a visiting teacher who traveled all the way from South…

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Noella at the House of Commons and Cyprus High Commission

5th March 2019

It is always an honor and pleasure to see Noella sharing her incredible story and the impact of Malaika. She went above and beyond when she spoke at the House of Commons in London. International You organized the event, highlighting…

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Eco-Friendliness, One Step at a Time

26th February 2019

With the help of youth from the community center, we recently cleaned up an entire village. Now we see people making efforts to protect their environment by cleaning their plots and roads closest to their homes. Isabel Mbombo, a young…

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Frida Katongo’s Story

23rd February 2019

This is Frida Katongo, a 14 year-old girl born in Kamakanga, on a farm located more than 2 hours from Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Frida's childhood was often very difficult: her father didn’t have a job and they often didn’t…

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