Showing Corruption the RED CARD

by Vijana Amani Pamoja (VAP)
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD
Showing Corruption the RED CARD

Project Report | Jun 15, 2021
Instilling Integrity

By Enouce Ndeche | Principle

Over 100 students both boys and girls from Mukuru slums were enrolled to the show corruption ‘Red card’ program. The program that commenced in the month August has been conducted three times in a week. The implementers of the program who are dubbed as Anti-corruption crusaders have been teaching participants on various issues including integrity and leadership through various soccer games. Since the inception of the show corruption ‘Red card’ program, the participating students have been actively involved in all the sessions that do require active participation. With every participant having a great ambition for his/her future life, the issue of integrity has been a critical topic to discuss and think about. During the first day, all participants were given some surveys to fill to gauge their knowledge about corruption and their attitude and its results. With corruption being a major issue in our societies today, every participant was quite aware of its consequences. “Corruption has been a great enemy towards achieving any development and for any society to move forward in terms of development, we should all unite and say ‘NO’ to corruption. I like this program that uses football to teach about the dangers of corruption.” Said 6 year old Vincent.

Centre For Youth Empowerment

In line with its 5 year strategic plan, VAP has acquired a piece of land for community use and help achieve its overall sustainability plans. Under the „Empower The Future campaign drive, VAP through its partners and well-wishers is looking forward to having the following centres: an office block, vocational training centres ( including a test kitchen and fashion and design centre),Psychosocial support Centre, Health Centre, Gender based violence recovery Centre, Sports facility, Library and common space and volunteer accommodation. The centre will create a safe space for VAP community to gather, learn, create, and play. A safe space, Social enterprise and a source of pride for the community. For partnering opportunities including inkind and monetary support as well as corporate branding and marketing, please write to Lets „Empower The Future together!

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Vijana Amani Pamoja (VAP)

Location: Nairobi, Kenya - Kenya
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @Vap_Kenya
Project Leader:
Enouce Ndeche
Executive Director
Nairobi , Kenya

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