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 Sport  Kenya Project #6848

Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya

by Horn of Africa Development Initiative - HODI Vetted since 2010 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Project of the Month
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya
Football4Peace for 500 Children in Northern Kenya

Summary

The project will provide football for peace in Marsabit, Kenya providing a safe space for 500 children to play and experience their childhood. They will learn life skills on tolerance; fair play, peaceful acts on and off the field imparted through Shoot to Score not to Kill Intervention. It will also help girls and women break the silence on FGM, Child Marriage & beading through football while providing safe space with a leadership awards support for education of the survivors. Shoot2Score

$50,000
total goal
$40,399
remaining
103
donors
0
monthly donors
8
years

Challenge

Marsabit is one of the poorest counties in Kenya, with a poverty rate of 92% - way above the national average of 46%; The communities are also affected by drought and inter-tribal conflict. In December 2013, tensions broke out into open violence. At least 23 people were reported to have been killed, 100 homes destroyed, & 8,521 households displaced with women & children as most affected. At 76% Illiteracy rates are high among girls/women who are also affected by FGM, Child Marriages & Beading.

Solution

Shoot to Score Academy will provide access to a safe space for 10,000 children affected by tribal conflict to play football and learn life skills. The shoot to score not to kill to inculcate a culture of tolerance and peaceful acts on and off the field. It will award peace points for children who are tolerant; non-violent and having a training on conflict resolution for parents of the affected children. It will help break the silence on GBV with a safe space & education for boys/girls survivors.

Long-Term Impact

The project will engage 4,000 boys affected by tribal conflict/violent extremism and learn to tolerance, non-violence and be peace ambassadors. It will reduce the number of children and youths engaged in tribal conflict and help enhance peaceful coexistence through football. It will break the silence on GBV for 6,000 girls through football and provision of a safe space. Providing education support to children affected by conflict and girls affected by fgm, child marriages & beading

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.hodiafrica.org/​
Replacing bullet with football
Shoot to Score not to Kill documentary

Organization Information

Horn of Africa Development Initiative - HODI

Location: Marsabit, Upper Eastern - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​www.hodiafrica.org/​
Project Leader:
Fatuma Adan
Marsabit, Marsabit Kenya
$9,601 raised of $50,000 goal
 
122 donations
$40,399 to go
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