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Malayaka Haus und Freunde

managed by Annekatrin E. (Communication)

About us

Seit 2005 gibt es in der Kleinstadt Entebbe, Uganda, einen Ort, den 42 Waisenkinder ihr zu Hause nennen - das Malayaka Haus. Das oberste Ziel ist es, allen hier lebenden Kindern Zugang zu Bildung zu verschaffen. Weiterhin entwickelte sich die Idee, eigene Produkte herzustellen, um den Kindern und Jugendlichen hiermit Trainingsmöglichkeiten im Hinblick auf eine selbstständige Zukunft zu ermöglichen. Unser Verein hat es sich zum Ziel gesetzt, dieses Waisenhaus zu unterstützen. Neben der Finanzierung des alltäglichen Lebens im Haus legen wir besonderen Wert auf die Ausbildung der Jugendlichen und möchten sie mit Hilfe unserer Zukunftswerkstatt auf ihrem Weg in die Selbstständigkeit begleiten. Begleiten sie uns mit auf eine Reise nach Uganda.

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  Annekatrin E.  27 March 2018 at 03:42 PM

By December 2017, a total of 535 adolescents (12 - 24 years old) were reached with
SRHR information during the RTL Life Skills sessions of which 18% were boys. The
Life Skills sessions turned out to be very popular with both the female and male
players as they provided key opportunities and safe spaces for them to discuss
SRHR issues which are considered sensitive at times. The school administrations
also applauded RTLs approach of using sports as a strategy and for many head
teachers, the Life Skills sessions is what convinced them to include rugby as one of
the sports in their school. Schools admitted to having issues around teenage
pregnancy, drugs etc and lack of capacity to conduct Life Skills sessions or pass on
SRHR information that responds to the needs of adolescents appropriately. The
inclusion of boys and young men in the Life Skills Education programme is ensuring
that both the female and male stakeholders work side by side to reduce the vulnerabilities and risks that teenagers in communities face in addition to breaking
the gender barriers.
This donation will be used to ensure Life Skills Education in 2018. Further details will be shared on our blog of our website:
Thank you very much!

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