Democratic Republic of the Congo

  • Lubumbashi, DRC
  • School
  • Well providing water
  • Community Center
  • Technical courses
  • Organic Agriculture

wells provide drinking water to 35’000 people per year


girls are currently receiving free high quality education


people have access to education and sport in the community center

This very dynamic foundation is active in Kalebuka (Lubumbashi, Upper Katanga) in the south-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, a fairly stable region, close to Zambia.

Malaika’s remarkable and modern program encompasses a global ecosystem, comprising several axes

  • Construction of wells supplying water to a basin of 35’000 people
  • Community center (literacy, hygienic-health, sports, etc.)
  • Technical courses (mechanical, electricity)
  • Healthy nutrition (organic agricultural program)
  • And finally, a school for 430 girls.

This last point corresponds to the goals of the Hermann Foundation, especially since this school has a comprehensive approach to the education and training of girls. It also provides room and board, promoting hygiene, nutrition (healthy and complete food, organic) and all the aspects necessary for a healthy and productive life, responsible and respectful of the environment.

This overall concept is exemplary.

Latest news

Here are photos of the first graduates of Malaika’s program in the DRC, after 12 years of care and regular schooling. On their way to university. Program successfully completed.

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