Robert Fleming traveled to Uganda and became aware of the urgent needs of ill and abandoned children. An unlikely activist, he was inspired to found Malayaka House, an orphanage that offers the children a home, healthcare, and education. Inspiring and eye-opening, this documentary reveals how Malayaka House serves as a community center that employs local women to care for the children. The film also shows how Malayaka House has become a model for developing sustainable resources in rural communities.
This screening will be introduced by Robert Fleming and director Jacqueline Harlow.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
$6 general admission; $5 MFAH members and seniors; free for Film Buff Members
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