June 30, 2010

Half Time in Oyugis, Kenya

Posted in Uncategorized at 2:06 pm by kampala2capetown

Kampala 2 Cape Town Kenya has succeeded in hosting 600 viewers at a number of the viewings. They had particularly large crowds for the Ghana and Brazil games.

The project has now incorporated a half-time show, where the Society Empowerment Team discusses why the screen has been placed there; the greater K2CT network that is being built across Africa in partnership with the United States and international community. SEP has introduced the Female Empowerment Through Football component through introducing life skills and HIV/AIDS education.  The project will focus on reducing stigma associated with HIV/AIDS and methods for using football to empower girls and prevent the spread of the virus.

The viewers have responded positively to the project and Moving The Goal Posts from Kilifi has provided us with training materials for SEP’s girls life skills program.

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