Actions that we intend to implement:
organization of tournaments with more than 16 teams, playing 32 matches in a month, in order to create a permanent league with 20 teams, including around 400 youth;
estabilishment of network among the schools (including the existing educational and sporting programmes) to increase the prevention against HIV through sport;
promotion of training programmes about peace and social exclusion problems;
involvement of parents groups in order to empower their educational capacities and the commitment about human rights respect culture and HIV / AIDS prevention;
constitution of small groups and committee, where the youth can analyse their common difficulties and share ideas to cope its;
creation of partecipative environment to analyse and monitor the youth needs and the habitat lacks.
The attending results are:
1000 vulnerable children, boys and girls, more informed and aware about the Hiv/Aids risks (transmission, prevention, care), about the non discrimination of different people (ex. sieropositive or people with disabilities) about their rights (children and human rights).
- organization of a yearly soccer tournament for boys and girls under 18 years
- creation of a group of young people able to continue the work started with the “hope academies”
- 30 families involved within the programme
- creation of spaces to involve the young people in sporting activities with the aim and the purpose of growing up considering sport as a second way to education
What will it take for your project to be successful over the next three years? Please address each year separately, if possible.
1 year: organization of a yearly soccer tournament for boys and girls under 18 years. Creation of spaces to involve disadvantaged youth in sporting activites (Academy of hope)
2 year: at least 30 families involved within the programme
3 year: creation of a group of young people able to continue the work started with the “hope academies”
What would prevent your project from being a success?
The vulnerable situation of the young people living in slums of Ndola e Kitwe cities. Youths are often exposed to bad vices such violence and drug abuse, this it will be make more difficult to involved some of them in the activities proposed.