THE MLALI COMMUNITY TRUST is a volunteer run organisation based in Scotland that SUPPORTS THE WORK OF THE QUEEN ELIZABETH ACADEMY, A COMMUNITY owned SCHOOL Educating over 200 children IN THE VILLAGE OF MLALI, TANZANIA.
We do this by listening to the local leadership, and supporting what they suggest. Currently, we are funding the school’s staff salaries and other educational needs as well as supporting locally developed sustainability projects designed to ensure that in the future, the school can pay all of its costs locally.
“MY GOAL IS TO SEE YOUNG PEOPLE IN MLALI RISE UP AS KNOWLEDGEABLE, DEDICATED FEMALE AND MALE ROLE MODELS, AND BECOME THE FUTURE LEADERS OF MY COUNTRY TANZANIA.”
Kilines Sekwiha, Founder of the Queen Elizabeth Academy
WE BELIEVE THAT LOCAL LEADERS ARE THE BEST PLACED TO LEAD AND PLAN THEIR OWN COMMUNITY PROJECTS.
We believe that connecting resources to the Queen Elizabeth Academy directly and investing in the community's own vision for self-reliance is the most effective and sustainable way to provide the children of Mlali and beyond with the the education that they deserve.