Trans-nzoia Youth Sports Association (TYSA)

To Inspire and Empower marginalized and vulnerable Young people through Value Based Sports in Kenya
Aug 29, 2014

Youth Gain Experience from Institutions

police station
police station

This was a very rare opportunity for the children “This was my first time visiting a Tea Factory, I see the Factory from far but have never had the chance to go past the gate, am so inspired be an Engineer” 11years old boy. Thi is an opportunity for the students to gain inight on job market. 30 youth participated in the exposure program


The career talk and outreach was an eye opener for the participants, the visits to  District Hospital,  Police Station and  Tea Factory really played a big part in creating new career horizons for the children, linking class theories to knowledge applications.


The Children had a chance to learn about their rights especially at the police station, where they were briefed by the OCS, they got to see various machineries used in production of tea at the Tea Factory, while at the district hospital they learnt about general hygiene and prevention of infections and were sensitized on WASH principles.


What subjects do you study to become a police officer? All subjects are applicable to one becoming a police officer – as we have graduate officers. This statement was a clear manifestation that the children were keen to know what they learn in their classes and how it can be applied.

This was a great opportunity for the children as in August 2014, TYSA will be seeking inspirational career placement for some of the children in public and private institutions.

Children Award OCS
Children Award OCS
Kapsara Tea Factory
Kapsara Tea Factory
Kapsara Hospital
Kapsara Hospital
Video student
Video student
Aug 29, 2014

Children Acquire Coaching for Life Skills

Children  play
Children play

FOOTBALL COACHING COURSE
The sessions which started at 9:00am to 1:00pm  daily for 5 days began with warm ups which involved dribbling, running and passing balls between player’s, and small sided life skill games, with different thematic issues affecting communities leaving in Trans Nzoia county.


Before the start the participants highlighted the issues they face in Trans-Nzoia and what they would like to learn . Some of the issues included child labor, neglect, early marriage, lack of education, alcohol and drug abuse, lack of career opportunities, negative peer pressure, and malnutrition. A major part of the week was spent playing games that focused on leadership, voice, education, identifying and creating safe spaces, and complete health and wellness.
Off-field sessions were held in the school hall where the participants took notes and asked questions about the sessions that they were now able to teach.


The participants gained more confidence, voice, and leadership skills after playing the Circle of Friends, doing different skills, and also they got an opportunity to teach back what they had learned to the younger participants, and clearly deliver social impact messages.
The participants declared to fight for their rights and child rights, and to protect and never abuse children. This was the bill of rights and child protection session .


Safe Spaces Tag was one of the best games talking about space spaces when home was not a safe space for everyone. Women empowerment activities were superb with girls now having a voice to ask for their rights and room in sporting activities, careers and other opportunities. Health games also worked well for both genders and participants were able to talk about their bodies during Hygiene Tag.


The participants graduated and have now joined to educate more people on football for social impact

skills
skills
Game
Game
Certificates
Certificates
Happy moment
Happy moment
Aug 27, 2014

Learning Reprodactive Health Life skill

session
session

Reproductive Health training has been for a long time been very secretive and both boys and girls do not receive correct and adequate information regarding their adolescence stage.


This training offered close and candid discussion among the participants and their trainers. Straight talk approaches was employed to help break the culture of silence among the girls and boys. The training that waa sorganized for 5 days at Makutano Secondary school was for both boys and girls.


Judging from responses from the participants there is need for both parents and teachers to strengthen their relationships with the children in order to help them during this transition period of adolescence.


We noted that most girls and boys go through the stage without guidance therefore ending up seeking help from wrong sources which eventually exposes them to dangers like pregnancy and drug addiction.


In order to achieve further positive results and sustain the information sharing, TYSA should endeavor to trainer Peer Educators to support the children through their adolescence and post adolescence stages

examples
examples
sessions
sessions
using pads
using pads
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