The 2nd Edition of Little Malaika International to be Held May 25.

| May 1, 2013 | 4 Comments

RACINES HERITAGE FOUNDATION & UNESCO CLUB TO HOLD

2ND EDITION OF LITTLE MALAIKA INTERNATIONAL

BOYS AND GIRLS LEADERSHIP AND MULTICULTURAL PAGEANT

Event to Benefit Girl’s Education and Autism in Africa

Racines Heritage Foundation & UNESCO Club (RHF) in partnership with Autism Community of Africa (ACA) will hold its second Little Malaika International Boys & Girls Leadership and Multicultural Pageant for children age 7 to 12. The event aims to encourage leadership in children and promote multi-cultural exchange among diverse communities. The celebration will take place on Saturday May 25th 2013 at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD.
Little Malaika Registeration Flyer

Each contestant, representing diverse cultures of the world, will be judged in three categories: personal introduction, talent and traditional wear, as they compete for the title of Princess and Prince Malaika. Little Malaika International has partnered this year with Warren Brown, celebrity entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and Host of the Food Network show “Sugar Rush.”

Brown, who values entrepreneurship and youth development, will coach all the contestants in public speaking and leadership.  He is introducing the $500 CakeLove Public Speaking Cash Award to reward the contestant with the best public speaking delivery.

“We are very excited as we have included more components to Little Malaika International this year which, we believe, will be incredibly valuable to the contestants,” said Linord Moudou, Founder of RACINES Heritage Foundation & UNESCO Club. “Our goal is to plant the seeds today for tomorrow’s leaders and partnering with Warren Brown, such an inspiration and an incredible coach and mentor will definitely help us to achieve this goal.” RACINES Heritage Foundation, a member of the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers & Associations, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education, primary health care, and improving the quality of life of communities in Africa in extreme poverty, especially women and vulnerable children. For more information on RACINES Heritage Foundation & UNESCO Club, visit www.racinesheritage.org

Autism Community of Africa (ACA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raise awareness and support for African children living with Autism. For more information, visit www.autismcommunityofafrica.org

For further information on Little Malaika International, please visit www.littlemalaika.com

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