Football

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Football Programme 10-16 years

This involves 150 children, girls and boys aged 7-16 years. All trainings are conducted at Kimathi in Nakuru. Kimathi is located in an estate with many challenges and many of the children who stays there comes from poor backgrounds. Besides Football training, the children are taken through learning sessions by a teacher. During class sessions they are helped in their revision and learning as per the school syllabus. Each player attends class once in a week since the main target is to meet each and every player at an individualized level to understand their challenging areas in education and assist them do better in education. The players are also taken through mentorship sessions, leadership trainings and focus group discussions by the teachers and coaches. Our main target is to help the players grow in all aspects of life for them to be successful. 

Facts

Girls and boys from poor backgrounds.

Football training four times in a week.
Class work and individual follow up.
Qualified coaches and teachers.

Stawisha Jamii works together with local clubs and Public schools. Together we organize trainings and friendly matches. With this, all children in school have the opportunity to enjoy sports. Due to the Corona pandemic, all schools are closed in Kenya until January 2021 and we expect to open our programes with the school by that time. The programes at Kimathi will continue as normal. 

By cooperating with public schools we make it possible for all children to enjoy sports. 

Stawisha Jamii played it's first international tournament in April 2019 in Nakuru, Kenya. We won B final both under 11 and 15. Stawisha Jamii also won and named best players under 11 years. In August 2019 Stawisha Jamii won a tournament in Nairobi under 11 years.

Project Leader

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Paul Otieno

He is the leader for the football programme.

Paul has two masters in MA in Sports and Development, Peace and MBA. In addition, he has a Bachelor in sports management from US and England. Paul has worked in Norway with Norway Cup.

At the moment he has a job as sports teacher in Kenyatta University in Nairobi. Paul is also a consultant for UN in Nairobi.

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Meals for all trainings

The children are served meals after every training

Football equipments

Football equipments to our team and other local teams and schools in Nakuru

School equipments

All the players get a follow up from qualified teacher once per week besides football training.

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