Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs

by Malaika Children's Friends onlus
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs
Malaika Guardians 2018 - quality education 5-18yrs

Project Report | May 13, 2019
Good to come back home for holidays!

By Giulia Leone | Project Leader

Back to Malaika
Back to Malaika

Most of the students at Malaika attend boarding high schools, so they live away from the shelter for many months a year, while younger kids attending preschool and primary school live at home. That's why school holidays become an excellent time for Malaika when all the kids reunite and have a good time together. Last month, in April, they joined for Easter, and it was marvelous to have them all at home!

Often students come home tired after their exams or long periods of hard study, so the relief to be at home is excellent. But the best part is to stay with the rest of the family, telling each other stories about what happened at school and finding the pleasure again to live in a family, as the shelter Malaika is.

While at home, everybody work at home to help the family with a specific task: cleaning, cooking, helping with babies, explaining to others some difficult subject they had not understood well at school... And there is also time to relax and play together, before coming back to school and study hard again.

We are proud to have boys and girls at school committed to their studies, wishing to get good results and putting the basis for their future life.

Help us to give these students the future they hope, and they deserve. Support them in their studies through Malaika Guardians project!

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Malaika Children's Friends onlus

Location: Milano, Italy - Italy
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Project Leader:
Giulia Leone
Milano , Italy

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