WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)

by World Changing Centre
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WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)
WCC Football Team (Sierra Leone)

World Changing Centre  football  project will continue  during school activities.. The community school  is actively running  football for children and youths.We are still raising funds because of the budget and  your contribution will  continue to make a  big difference. Our team and volunteers are also  working hard  to access information by   involving the community youths  volunteers. At the moment we are trying  to construct water well in this community to help with the building constructions. Our teustee team will  also be visiting Sierra Leone mid 2020 to start the ground work  and WCC will continue to  send project report every three months.

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WCC football project
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WCC aims to give marginalised and frequently criminalised street kids greater protection and better opportunities. Some argue that sport is not simply a development tool – a means to other ends – but should rather be seen as a development goal in its own right. Children, for example, need opportunities to play sport because having recreational time is a fundamental part of growing up.

“Football for all” creates avenues for healthy living and active lifestyles. This preventative health approach will help to improve the health status of the communities. It provides sporting activities as an alternative to anti-social behaviour. Football for all will target groups and areas, where there is a recurring pattern of crime and violence to preach peace in the name of football.

WCC Football project
WCC Football project
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This project is geared towards meeting the urgent educational need in Sierra Leone for football. WCC believe that maximising the learning experience of the children will necessitate the provision of the complete health infrastructure. We aim to improve the quality of life of children and young people by providing various educational opportunities to advance their economic prospects.Football for all will target groups and areas, where there is a recurring pattern of crime and violence to preach peace in the name of football.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 can be used to bring communities together contributing to the re-building of trust, decrease crime and violence for reconciliation and re-integration of communities. Football activities are specially held for Ebola survivors or those affected by the impacts of Ebola.

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There’s a dearth of structured football sessions for the children and youth in Sierra Leone. Majority of these children are poor homeless orphans. Football activities can be used to bring communities together contributing to the re-building of trust, decrease crime and violence for reconciliation and re-integration of communities. Football activities are specially held for Ebola survivors or those affected by the impacts of Ebola.

The project aims to provide infra-structures in order to offer football coaching which improves the children’s finesse in the game and team work, thereby making them competent enough to play at a competitive level. The project aims at reviewing their progress during coaching sessions and matches and keep a track of documentation via project reports. It involves asking parents or guardians of their communities how the project impacted the children’s lives, in terms of improved confidence and performance.

In order to meet the above objectives, Kamaray FAMILY  donated 4 acres of land situate, lying and being at Maboikandoh Village, Newton, Ward C aforesaid to WCC and shall execute a deed of conveyance in favour of WCC when required to do so; WCC shall construct a primary school, health care centre for mothers and babies, football pitch, staff quarters and resource centres on the said land.Upon execution of this MoU which we have completed, WCC has also  survey the said land and the Kamaray Family through Madam Rita Kamaray who is in the porcess of executing the conveyance in favour of WCC.The building projects aim to start in September 2019.

 

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WCC football for all target groups and areas, where there is a recurring pattern of crime, school dropouts and violence to preach peace in the name of football.It also provides sporting activities as an alternative to anti-social behaviour.There’s a dearth of structured football sessions for the children and young people  in Sierra Leone. Majority of these children are poor homeless orphans. Our Football activities can be used to bring communities together contributing to the re-building of trust, decrease crime and violence for reconciliation and re-integration of communities.

The project also provide infra-structures in order to offer football coaching which improves the children’s finesse in the game and team work, thereby making them competent enough to play at a competitive level. The project aims at reviewing their progress during coaching sessions and matches and keep a track of documentation via project reports. It involves asking parents or guardians of their communities how the project impacted the children’s lives, in terms of improved confidence and performance.

 

 

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World Changing Centre

Location: Kent - United Kingdom
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Bernice Langley
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Bernice Langley
Sierra Leone is in desperate need of water supply.
Kent, United Kingdom

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