Street Kids

Street Kids

I was in Uganda with my then ten-year-old daughter. It was our first time there, and I was still very much “in my bubble.” We were headed—with Robert—to coffee farms on the Kenyan border, and we had stopped midway for lunch in the history-rich town of Jinja, which also happens

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The Beginning

One of the most common questions we get asked is, how did Malayaka House begin? Although much of the story can be found in bits and pieces across our website, we thought we’d share it in its entirety right here. Enjoy 🙂 In 2005, an American by the name of

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A New Baby Arrives at Malayaka House

    A mentally-ill homeless woman begging in Entebbe —unfortunately, it is not a novelty. But when she has a baby, it’s another story altogether. This week, the aunties again found the mother of one our children, Dave, living in the streets of Entebbe. This time she had another baby

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Opening of the Amaanyi Center

  We have been collaborating with embraceKulture for a few years now on a training and advocacy program for youth with disabilities in Uganda. Today, we are proud to be involved with the opening of their Amaanyi Center, on the property adjacent to our children’s home. I want to share

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Malayaka House is 12!!!

Today marks the 12-year anniversary of Malayaka House, and thus the 12-year birthday of our precious Malayaka, for whom our home was named. We are celebrating this wonderful milestone and accomplishment today, and we want to share the joy with you, our friends around the world. When Robert Fleming befriended

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What Does Malayaka House Do?

If you’ve ever wondered what we do here at Malayaka House…this is what we do. Yes, the vocational training, education, businesses, and sustainability are important. We strive every day to be fully self-sufficient so that our children will grow into self-sufficient adults. We are proud of our businesses, and our

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On Safari with Malayaka House

Malayaka House safaris are in full swing! For those of you who have been to Malayaka House, you know that our goal is to – one day – fully sustain the cost of running our home with income generated from in-house businesses. We have a long way to go, but

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