ADEDAR Mozambique wants to send 4 rugby coaches to train in Kenya for 1 week with experienced players and coaches in order to bring the knowledge and experience back to better grow rugby with all it's components: respect, discipline, integrity, solidarity, and passion, while strongly enforcing ADEDAR's objectives of: gender equality, providing a positive environment for youth, and building confidence in young women and men.
Mozambique Rugby is currently very new and foreign to Mozambicans. Our coaches are very underdeveloped in growing the game and environment of rugby. Although we are doing coach workshops every month, and rugby clinics every 2 months, players and coaches here are still in the beginning stages of knowing intimately the game of rugby. The lack of knowledge makes it difficult for our coaches to instill fully all the aspects of rugby: spirit of the game, gender equality, integrity, and community.
ADEDAR wants to send four coaches to Kenya, who have been growing rugby for the last sixty years to train for one week with experienced players and help coach with experienced coaches, along with a level one rugby coaching course. These four coaches will then return to Mozambique and be able to spread what they learned to all our players and other coaches. The coaches will be trained not only in rugby technique on the field, but also rugby character on and off the field.
The project will educate four coaches who will then return to Mozambique and educate their teams and share their knowledge and experience with coaches. With this experience, our 100+ players and coaches right now will also pass along all that they know to future players and coaches. This is our plan for an exponential growth of rugby, a development of rugby character, and an understanding of the spirit of the game that will help grow our entire community