She’s the Toronto woman who — exactly two years ago — met a young vendor in a South African market, and proceeded to help transform not only Happy’s life, but the life of his community back home in Malosa, Malawi.
Between Happy’s leadership in his community in Malosa, and Kamala-Jean’s guidance, personal philanthropy and fundraising back in Toronto, the first school was built last year. Three times the number of children they expected were enrolled.
And now there’s more great news!
It starts with this photo. Kamala-Jean explains:
“After Happy sent me the photos with two little girls in blue uniform dresses, I thought: maybe the women could learn to sew and make uniforms and earn funds sewing for others in the community. So I suggested it to Happy and immediately he responded.
“The women were interested — 40 signed up for sewing and literacy classes and agreed…
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