Malaika is committed to making positive contributions to the community, and to promoting a democratic way of life based upon justice, equality, respect for all people and opportunity to learn positive life skills that include self-management, interpersonal communication, mentoring, goal setting and effective conflict resolution.

Self Esteem:

Low self-esteem is an underlying reason for such problems as bullying, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, school dropouts, teenage pregnancy, crime, violence, aggressiveness and low academic achievement.
Malaika hypothesis is that by creating a program that fosters high self-esteem we can reduce these problems while increasing student motivation, responsibility and personal effectiveness.
Malaika has established a program Implementation of self esteem by forming Character education and Leadership Development team a student group that will address issues of low self esteem encouraging activities like Dance Therapy in schools.