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Madonna Heads To Malawi With Her Adoptive Children To Inspect School Projects!

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Madonna is such an inspiration!

The legendary diva has two Malawian children David Banda and Mercy James, and while she promised that she would take her kids to their homeland on a regular basis, she figured that she could kill two birds with one stone!!

Her Majesty is currently in Malawi visiting schools that she helped build with the organization BuildOn, but instead of just visiting, the pop princess is actually enjoying time in classrooms.

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Madonna & Her Adopted Children Visit Their African Homeland!

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Aww! Her Madjesty's philanthropy knows no bounds!

Madonna helped erect — ha! we said erect — 10 schools in Malawi late last year and now she's back and ready for more!!

The world's most darling diva is staying at the Kumbali Lodge in Lilongwe where sources say the billionaire jet-setter already reserved around a dozen rooms for all her needs.

Considering Madonna recently promised an adoption judge that she would bring her children back to visit their homeland on the reg, this visit will likely center around her lovely children Mercy and David.

Whatever the True Blue singer and her family are doing, we have every confidence she's making the world a better place!

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Madonna Helps Build 10 New Schools For 4,800 Needy Students

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Madonna Completes Schools Malawi Charity

Madonna is a True Blue philanthropist!

The enduring diva is giving back, focusing on the most important need the entire world has- education!

And now, thousands of children in the impoverished country of Malawi can thank their Lucky Star for ten brand new schools!

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Madonna's Malawi Charity Slammed Again, And Her Stalker Goes Free!

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Yesterday was a rough day for Madonna!

What happened you ask?

Well, the Malawi government decided that her philanthropic plan to build 10 schools there wasn't fab, and decided to slam it.

Oh, and also her alleged stalker also had the charges against him dropped! Ahhh!

It was a Reuters article that cited the Ministry of Education spokeswoman as being fed up with Madonna. Trevor Neilson, though, swears up and down this isn't true.

The Spokeswoman said that that Madonna:

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Britain Vows To Cut Aid For African Countries That Persecute Gays!

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This is what we like to hear!

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that the UK will be drastically cutting aid to ALL African countries that persecute gays.

Thus far, Britain's International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell has cut Malawi's aid by £19 million for the country's persecution against two gay men, who were sentenced to fourteen years of hard labor. Fortunately, the men have now been freed.

In an effort to further support Prime Minister Cameron, Andrew Mitchell has also threatened to "impose further aid 'fines' against Uganda and Ghana for hardline anti-gay and lesbian measures."

Here's what a spokesperson for Mitchell had to say about it:

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Madonna Expands Charity Efforts For Orphans In Malawi

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After recently adopting another child from Malawi, 4-year-old girl Mercy, Madonna has made a vow to make a difference in MORE Malawian children's lives.

No, she's not adopting anymore (yet), but she is building a new care center for orphans in the South African country on top of donating money to other orphanages in the area.

In an upcoming episode of American Revolutionaries: The Hitmakers, a new three-week docu-series airing in July, Madonna shared:

"My short term goals are to build an orphan care center that will service and reach at least 1,000 children and I'm also actively involved in funding several orphanages that already exist."

Those orphans are lucky to have someone who cares so much! This is why we love this woman, folks.

Thanks for sharing your wealth with others in the world who are in desperate need of it, Madonna!

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Madonna Distances Herself From Kabbalah Centre

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Madonna Turns Back On Kabbalah Centre

Which is a good idea, we feel.

It looks like the Kabbalah Centre itself is being targeted for criminal prosecution.

All of this is coming after the issues Madonna has had with her Raising Malawi charity scrapped plans to build a school for girls. There have been all kinds of IRS probes and issues surrounding the board members and misuse of funds. Poor Madge can't catch a break!

Now, the religious center she so loved is getting lots of heat:

The Internal Revenue Service is probing the four-decades-old spiritual center for allegedly using nonprofit funds to enrich its founders, the Berg family, close associates of Madonna.

In subpoenas reviewed by the newspaper that were recently issued as part of a grand jury probe of the Bergs and their organization, the government lists a number of for-profit business run by the family that are being investigated, but makes no mention of Madonna.

Her charities are nonetheless caught up in the probe due to the fact that the singer's Raising Malawi grew out of her association with Spirituality for Kids, an educational nonprofit Madonna championed and founded by Karen Berg, the Kabbalah Centre's head honcho.

Not good! We're sorry all this is happening, Madonna! All you wanted to do was help people!

Distancing yourself is a good plan. We're sure that once everything is said and done, that you'll be clear and able to start up the kind of work you wanna do again, and whoever receives the charity will be incredibly grateful!

Good luck, we'll be following this closely!

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