Maltese Group Donates School Supplies To 400 Ghanaian Children

Maltese Group Donates School Supplies To 400 Ghanaian Children
Nov 13 2023 Share

For the second year in a row the Maltese NGO HopeXchange has taken a Maltese Group of teenagers to see and help with its projects in Kumasi, Ghana.

Led by Malta Daily’s very own Keane Cutajar, joining the group this year are Francesca Attard, Megan May Caruana, Daniel Umanah, Kevin Paul Calleja, Steven Levi Vella, Victor Abela, Kylie Spiteri, Luanne Galea, and Nicole Caruana.

The HopeXchange project, led by Mario and Anna Capello, built a hospital and a school in Africa, thanks to donations from the Maltese public.

The Maltese group currently in Ghana has delivered around 100kgs of school supplies such as books, stationery, and games, that were donated by generous people in Malta.

You can also donate money to help with the projects on:

BOV APP: 79995959
Revolut: 99491670


Haley Bugeja Scores Her First Goal For Inter

Haley Bugeja Scores Her First Goal For Inter
Nov 13 2023 Share

After having joined the world renowned Inter Milan, Maltese football star Haley Bugeja’s latest match saw her finding the net for the first time with the team. 

‘Il-primo gol di Haley Bugeja’, wrote FIGC Calcio Femminile, sharing a reel of Haley’s performance and score. 

The match ended with a 2-1 score for Inter’s side, with Bugeja scoring in the 38th minute, just two minutes after Henrietta Csiszar’s goal for the same team. 

This came after a 21 minute goal by opponents Pomigliano, with Haley pushing the draw the team fought hard to reestablish. 


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Haley has also been shining during the UEFA Women’s Nations League, becoming top scorer in the competition after a hat-trick against Andorra back in early November. 


Explore Mosta Rotunda’s History With Theatrical Tour

Explore Mosta Rotunda's History With Theatrical Tour
Nov 13 2023 Share

House of Tours, in a unique collaboration with the Mosta Rotunda Foundation, will be taking tour-goers on an extraordinary journey through time, a step back to the year 1942, when a World War II bomb pierced the Mosta Rotunda’s iconic dome, but, rather than detonate, slid across the floor sparing the lives of around 300 people. At the time, the town of Mosta was bursting at the seams with people seeking refuge from Harbour regions and other neighbouring towns.

Designed to take tour-goers back to the heart of Malta during World War II, Diary of War: The Miracle of Mosta is a site-specific experience like no other. A feast for the senses, the multidisciplinary tour seamlessly blends theatre, with history and live music offering an immersive experience that goes beyond the narration of facts.

Led by accredited tour guide and theatre practitioner Jeremy Grech, audiences will have the opportunity to explore the underground shelters found beneath the grounds of the Mosta Dome as they learn more about the events that led to the bombing of the church. Haunting melodies and cinematic sounds underscore Grech’s performance as the theatrical tour moves from point to point till the climax is reached on church grounds.

Diary of War: The Mosta Rotunda will be bringing the events of World War II to life on the 18th at 20:00 & on the 19th of November at 15:00

Due to the limited availability, advance booking is recommended. Spots for the tour may be booked by sending an email to [email protected] 


“Like A Mother That Gave Me Life”; Caritas Marathon on Saturday November 18th

"Like A Mother That Gave Me Life"; Caritas Marathon on Saturday November 18th
Nov 12 2023 Share

Ahead of their marathon fundraiser on November 18th, Caritas Malta are raising awareness on real life stories which the organisation has been apart of.

In a recent video interview with Caritas, German tells the trails and tribulations of his upbringing, from having his grandmother give him money for drugs so he doesn’t steal, to using suspicious drugs for lack of better knowledge.

German narrates the story of going from three straight days with a needle in his hand to being 7 years sober thanks to the help hand Caritas extended.

The nonprofit organisation’s mission is to alleviate poverty and promote human development and social justice. The fundraising marathon ‘JIMPURTANI’ will be taking place on Saturday 18th November between 11:00 and 23:00, and if you would like to contribute to the noble cause, you can donate €20 on 5100 2035 and €50 on 5190 2089.

Visit Caritas Malta’s Facebook page to get a better understand of what the organisation does on a daily basis, real people who have been given another chance thanks to them, and what YOU can do to contribute!