Malayka House vision extends beyond its borders. Since the environment in which the children grow up in, namely society, is of ultimate importance because it influences the child’s whole life.
A large number of children flee from their homes because of being beaten or even burnt severely and reach out for the streets where they consider life there to be much safer than their own homes.
Malayka Volunteering section develops the community in general by changing the current views of orphans and orphanages by fighting social stigma, educating the public on how to deal with and accept orphans, changing and updating the laws for child rights and safety. We work with policy makers on refining the system for adoption, on orphanage minimum standards, and on the way institutions work. There is a full-fledged team of lawyers, policy makers, social workers, and psychologist to help and assist other institutions related to child rights or care.How to volunteer