School harvest: papaya picking

Our girls have the opportunity to learn life-skills at the Malaika School.

Agriculture is a large part of our curriculum and all 180 of our girls have the opportunity to learn how to create a sustainable source of food. Watching our girls interact with the environment keeps us confident that we are pushing the entire community towards a brighter future! Above you can see photos of the girls having a fun day picking papayas and visiting a local farm.

A very dear friend of Malaika, Delphine Luboz from Architecture for Humanity, recently visited Kalebuka and helped plant trees both at the School and the community center. We were thrilled to watch Delphine teach our students about her work, reinforcing the importance of caring for the environment. The youth from across the village also had a chance to interact with Delphine and plant trees across the grounds.