Malayaka House takes pride in how our children blossom, thrive and continue to evolve and grow. Our older teens participate in vocational training, which provides them with many of the life skills to lead independent and empowered lives. More traditional, formalised education is enjoyed by the children as well, leaving a gap for more creative educational experiences which is filled at the house, often with the help of volunteers. These experiences are vital as it allows the children of Malayaka House to express themselves and link their formal education to traditional and non-traditional vocational experiences later in their lives. Art is important and fun!
Viola was the third child to arrive at Malayaka House. Fun loving, devoted and full of love, Viola one day hopes of becoming a pilot. She has always loved greeting volunteers at the airport and often made note of which way the wind was blowing as we drove by the Entebbe International Airport windsock. She had even had the opportunity to fly in a plane, which left her at a loss for words with excitement. She’s an amazing kids who has grown into a thoughtful, caring and bright young woman. Here’s to dreams! You can help make it a reality.