Using the power of soccer to fight HIV/AIDS

 
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Feb 17, 2009

HIV-FREE GENERATION EVENT

Saturday 6th of December 2008 was a memorable day for the youth of Nairobi. It was by far the biggest concert ever


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Nov 20, 2008

GRS HIV/AIDS GRADUATION

On Nov 18th,2008,102 GRS graduands at Church Army Academy just completed the GRS HIV/AIDS intervention program


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Aug 5, 2008

Reaching to the diabled

Despite the distribution exercise, CASL got down to its normal outreach activities by conducting its HIV/AIDS to even the vulnerable and most under valued population. A total of 60 students from Jacaranda special school gathered together for the teachings of HIV/AIDS awareness conducted by 4 CASL’s peer educators. The students went through various awareness activities including ‘FIND THE BALL’ who main logic is to advise people to visit VCT to know their HIV status. As CASL is implementing these activities even to the most forgotten society, it would like to appeal for more donors to make this a reality.


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Jun 17, 2008

FIFA GRANTS CASL

On 28th, May 2008, world football governing body FIFA through its Corporate Social Responsibility added a spanner into the works of Capital Area Soccer League (CASL) to boost its grassrootsoccer project that creates awareness of HIV/AIDS through a soccer themed curriculum. The FIFA funding to CASL came via a strategic alliance geared towards the Millennium Development Goals between streetfooballworld; www.streetfootballworld.org and FIFA.The two have been using football as an instrument for social development for many years in a variety of ways. However, it was not until 2005 that the two entities started working together in order to maximize the potential of football as a significant contributor towards the achievement of the 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

STREETFOOTBALLWORLD

The Streetfootballworld Network was set up in 2002 with the common vision to bring about social and human development through the use of football. Increased recognition of common work-that of all Network members and the team at the streetfootballworld in Berlin –has led to tremendous developments over the last years. Streetfootballworld acts as an interface between the streetfootballworld Network members and companies and institutions that are interested in investing in and cooperating with the field of Development through Football. By offering investment opportunities(projects)and developing corporate Citizenship(CC)strategies with these interested institutions,Streetfootballworld aims at establishing a support structure for the streetfootballworld Network that enables it to expand its activities and its goals.

FOOTBALL FOR HOPE The Football for Hope Movement is the key element of the strategic alliance between FIFA and streetfootballworld. It was created to enhance dialogue and collaboration between locally active organizations advancing social development and football associations, committed clubs and players, professional leagues as well as involved commercial partners. The Movement aims to utilize the role of football in the society in order to contribute to the achievement of the UN Millennium Development Goals. THE FUNDING The one year funding will be used to scale up CASL’s HIV/AIDS GRS activities in 3 schools and 3 community centres by targeting 2,500 students by May 2009.With the already set 2010 initiative, CASL is optimistic that with the financial support they are appealing for-they will reach 3,500 students by the close of 2010.


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Apr 24, 2008

HIV/AIDS SEMINAR

Following the closure of schools for the April holidays,Capital Area Soccer Leagu e organized a HIV/AIDS seminar for chi ldren ages 12-18 Years..


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Nancy Waweru

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Nairobi, Kenya

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