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Malaika School and Kalebuka Center For Hope Sanitation Project: Phase I Update A new sanitation project is underway at Malaika School and the Kalebuka Community Center for Hope. The mission of Malaika is to empower Congolese girls and their communities through education. They opened the Malaika School, a free, accredited institution that provides quality education…

Kalebuka Village Water Projects 9-11: 2018 Drilling Update Voss Foundation first partnered with Malaika in 2010 to fund a borehole at the site of the Malaika School in Kalebuka, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since then, Voss Foundation has funded an additional 11 boreholes with hand pumps, to provide safe drinking water to over 16,000…

The ongoing success of the Malaika School for Girls (FKA Georges Malaika Foundation School for Girls) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo attests to the ripple effect of clean, safe water on both Malaika and the surrounding community of Kalebuka. The Malaika School has increased its enrollment from the initial number of 106 girls…

On Monday, September 8th, 2014, students at the Georges Malaika School for Girls in Kalebuka, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, go back to class for the fourth year! Voss Foundation attended the opening of the GMF School, the first girls school in the Katanga province, in 2011, to celebrate our two wells for the…

Hand-washing and its implications for hygiene are some of the most critical aspects of the ripple effect of clean water. That’s why we’re so happy to see these photos that our partner in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Georges Malaika Foundation, sent us this week of the students at the Georges Malaika School for…

This Spring, Voss Foundation, Virgin Unite, and Jewel‘s Project Clean Water will celebrate five fruitful years of collaboration on the Give A Drop campaign to raise money for Voss Foundation’s water projects in Sub-Saharan Africa! In 1997, recording artist, author, actress, and philanthropist Jewel founded Project Clean Water after experiencing for herself what it was…

Georges Malaika School for Girls continues to be a pillar of health and wellness in the Kalebuka community! In addition to providing a top-quality education, the school strives to educate their students on the importance of proper hygiene.  A local doctor recently came to the school, where he performed checkups and tested for illnesses.  He also…

See the email we just got this morning from Noella Coursaris Musunka, founder of Georges Malaika Foundation, our implementing partner in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: two photos taken today of our Kalebuka village well! This well was funded in 2011 by our Give A Drop partnership with Jewel’s Project Clean Water and Sir…

Dear Friends, Voss Foundation’s fifth year is coming to an end and we have much to celebrate! In this anniversary year, we funded the construction of 16 clean water access points and 49 sanitation facilities in Kenya, Liberia, and Swaziland! That brings us to a total of 68 clean water access points and 159 sanitation…

Students at the Georges Malaika School for Girls are going back to class! The first girls’ school in the region, in the village of Kalebuka in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is the site of a 2010 Voss Foundation Women Helping Women clean water project. Our well was dug before the school was constructed because…

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