Cecilia Chazama visiting STEKA

We were so delighted to welcome the Minister of Gender, Children, Elderly, Disability and Social Welfare together with the SEGECOWA Company to STEKA. We were so happy to see that the STEKA girls who had run STEKAskills Dialogue Groups last June felt confident enough to join in dialogue with these important guests. To everyone's greatest joy, SEGECOWA Company decided to surprise children from Step Kids Awareness with the Christmas presents. A great day !! #steka #segecowacomapny #malawi

What's it like to have 69 brothers & sisters?

This was just one of the amazing questions asked by the pupils of St John's Primary School in Portobello. Gift Thompson and Emma Wood were welcomed into the school and really engaged by just how much the pupils knew about STEKA and how much they were interested in Gift's life in Malawi. The pupils were certainly envious of the fact that Gift is never lonely in his wonderful STEKA home and always has someone to play with ! We played a game using STEKA's valentine's film which details what the STEKA children love about their home and asked the St John's pupils to think what they loved about theirs. We then compared the answers - it showed that the children have lots in common across the contin

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