Sporting help children and youths with disabilities strengthen their health, build their self-esteem. Also it helps those with sporting talents build on them and be able to participat at levels that can help them earn a living in the future. Sporting is one way to breaking barriers between the able-bodied and the disabled.
Children and youth with disabilities and their families face descrimination in their communities, there by blocking opportunities for these children and youths to explore their pontetials and prove that they can do something in life. Economic hardships contributes to failure to participate in sports, objective to brake barriers is not achieved, sporting will help them reach their full potential, more than 200 children from Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe will benefit.
Children and youth with disabilities will be trained in sports together with the able bodied, facilitate the disabled to participate in national, regional and international sporting. Sporting skills will be influenced and supported to all school and out of school children and youth with disabilities through programmes organised by support for socialisation Zimbabwe.
The project will improve health conditions, sporting skills for more than 600 children with disabilities and break barriers among the able bodied and the disabled children. Those children who will do well in their sporting might earn a living.