The lack of structured football sessions for the children and young people in Sierra Leone and majority of these children are homeless, poor and orphans. Football activities can be used to bring communities back together, contributing to the re-building of trust, decrease crime and violence free for reconciliation and re-integration within communities. Football activities for Ebola survivors or those affected by the impacts of Ebola.
Football has a natural place in education, whether the approach used is formal, non-formal or informal. In schools, football and physical education activity is a key component of a quality education and can be used to promote schooling among young people. Outside the classroom, sport is a "school for life", teaching basic values and life skills important for holistic development. The targets in this case are the kids, teenagers and the youths.
The project is aim a providing good infra-structures, to receive football coaching to improve their game fitnesses, team work and to provide opportunity to play at a competitive level. The project also aims at reviewing their progress during coaching sessions and matches and keep tracks of documentation in a project report, asking parents or guidances of their communities how and if the project has had an impact on their childrens lives, in terms of improved confidence, improved performance.
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