New video: football and crime prevention in South Africa
- 27 April 2012 |
- Vangelis Alexandrakis
AMANDLA EduFootball seeks to implement holistic, educational and sustainable sport for development programmes for girls and boys in childcare facilities and from underprivileged communities in African countries.
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Life-Skill through Football Programme
AMANDLA implements its Life-Skill through Football Programme at the field (the Heads Up Programme) reaching more than 800 youth from the local community on a weekly basis. The programme targets young people on the street corners, bringing them into football programmes. Through football AMANDLA will engage them in workshops and community outreach projects, helping them develop into young men who are of greater value to their community.
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The crime prevention initiative
Beyond this AMANDLA very successfully implements a Crime Prevention Initiative on the field.The Crime Prevention Initiative is a night league aimed at young men that spend their Friday and Saturday nights drinking and getting involved in undesirable behaviour. The league runs at peak crime times from 18h00 to 00h00 on Fridays and Saturdays and has more than 350 attendees.
Visit the website of streetfootballworld for the video
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