Girls and social bullying
Social wellness as a group
Small girl prays and thanks

I wanted my Foundations to focus on this issue because I was bullied as a child. I was silent through it all and I brought my child up to be cognizant of others and to never be mean to her peers.

I never dreamed that my child would get taunted and bullied.  That changed everything for me.  Now it was different.

When I approached the parents of the child who bullied my little one, they didn’t want to acknowledge it.  When pushed further – the response from the mother was:

“Thanks for that fascinating analysis from the ever-absent mother. Great for a laugh.

You can talk until you’re blue in the face, but no-one is listening, so please, knock yourself out!”

That made me realize this was a problem for both the bullied and the bullies. Some people don’t know to, and don’t want to work together. Thus, I decided we must push harder for dialogue.

Because I strongly feel parents are the root of this issue, we need to be open to helping both sides understand and acknowledge the problem to really make a difference for the future of all our kids.

We are working together with the ministries of health and education in various countries to make a better place for our children. Thank you for your support.

Warm regards,

Malini Saba
Founder & Chairman

Saba Family Foundations