FODEDE in partnership with a female soccer team Earth Angels, Celebrates April6- Sport for Development and Peace with a launching of the #White Card campaign

FODEDE in partnership with a female soccer team Earth Angels, Celebrates April6- Sport for Development and Peace with a launching of the #White Card campaign

Football to Develop Destitute (FODEDE), a local not for profit sports organization that seeks support for innovative and sustainable sports education and entrepreneur programs worldwide as a strategy for social change to provides youth with workplace competencies that lead to in-demand, sustainable employment and livable wages. We ensure opportunities for academic achievement through workforce preparation, lifelong learning and basic skills and literacy education, especially for undeserved and under-represented individuals, by creating professional-technical programs and learning environments that are accessible, diverse, responsive and innovative.

April6- Sport for Development and Peace with a launching of the #White Card campaign. It is a day to acknowledge the accomplishment to recognize the influence of women and girls in sport Sports bring people together, It is the way of life and of self- discipline , it is a game of distinction towards self- confidence. It is Educational and also social inclusion as well as Youth Empowerment This is Angeline Kieh, her journey towards sports started as a teenager and has grown up with a family who also loves sports. And she is a good example of all other girls in sports. This artistic initiative is to encouraged girls and boys to reflect on how sports can change their lives and the world at large.

 

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  • FODEDE in partnership with a female soccer team Earth Angels, Celebrates April6- Sport for Development and Peace with a launching of the #White Card campaign. It is a day to acknowledge the accomplishment to recognize the influence of women and girls in sport Sports bring people together, It is the way of life and of self- discipline , it is a game of distinction towards self- confidence. It is Educational and also social inclusion as well as Youth Empowerment This is Angeline Kieh, her journey towards sports started as a teenager and has grown up with a family who also loves sports. And she is a good example of all other girls in sports. This artistic initiative is to encouraged girls and boys to reflect on how sports can change their lives and the world at large.

  • Liberia
CSED CELEBRATE IDSDP AT IDPS CAMP UHOGUA

CSED CELEBRATE IDSDP AT IDPS CAMP UHOGUA

The residents of IDPs Camp Uhogua joined other Nigerians and people all over the world to celebrate events marking 6 April as the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The event which was held at the various playgrounds at the Camp was facilitated by CSED (Community Sport and Educational Development) Initiative.

 

Three major sporting events (Netball training/matches, Badminton training/matches and 5-A-side football training and penalty kicks competition) was held. Taking part in these games elicited a lot of excitement from the residents. The winners and runners-up of the three sports categories received cash prizes from CSED National Coordinator, Edema Fuludu.

 

However, it was not all training and playing, the camp residents also had food donated to them by CSED Initiative. These items include: ten 50kg bags of rice, cartons of packed fish, basket of tomatoes, groundnut oil and other cooking condiments that was meant for the dinner of the about 5000 (five thousand) residents of the Camp.

 

 

Given the success of the IDSDP event, CSED Trustees are currently liaising with the NYSC Zonal office in Edo State in order for them to post four Corpers (Doctor, Social worker, Psychologist and Physical Education graduate) to IDPs Uhogua. CSED Initiative would be willing to pay the one-year stipend of the four Youth Corpers who will be posted to the IDPs Camp in future. As part of their PSHE drive in schools, CSED hope to work closely with their supporters and partners to hold an inter-house sport event for the residents of the IDPs Camp Uhogua before the end of the year.  

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  • We decided to take sports to the hard to reach citizens of our country, in order to inspire and tell them that they are not forgotten.

  • Nigeria
Cyprus NOC Celebrations / 6 April

Cyprus NOC Celebrations / 6 April

“Behind each #WhiteCard, there is a story

Cyprus Olympian, Discus thrower Apostolos Parellis, and the staff members of the Cyprus Olympic Committee, participates at the International Peace and Sport Campaign at the Olympic House in Nicosia!!!

They raise the #White Card at the Olympic Park among the olive trees which represent each Olympic Sport.

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  • Olympic House/Nicosia and the Olympic Park with Olive Trees

  • Cyprus
Empowering girls in sports in this male dominant society

Empowering girls in sports in this male dominant society

  • I have just completed my bachelor’s in sport sciences so my aim is to establish a sports academy in my region.
  • I wanna break the stereotypes in my society regarding gender discrimination in sports. 
  • I was very good in academics in my school so my teachers used to say I have to get admission in any engineering college. But I was interested in sports from the day first so now I have done my graduation in sport sciences and physical education from the University of Punjab Lahore. My aim is to establish a sports academy my region.

  • Pakistan
Springboarding Gymnastics’ growth in South Africa

Springboarding Gymnastics’ growth in South Africa

Trampoline Gymnastics coach Offering Tlaka (RSA): “As much as it’s such a competitive environment at the end, the friendships that are built, it’s more than just the sport. It’s just about development, growth, and love. We’re all in it because we have this passion to strive for greatness.” bit.ly/SportAndPeace

  • “Gymnastics gave me so many opportunities that I wouldn’t have thought existed. It opened my horizon to a totally different world, giving me opportunity to study through my sport and giving me an opportunity to travel and meet people outside my culture and my religion.”

  • South Africa
Building Gymnastics toward success for Benin

Building Gymnastics toward success for Benin

Coach Innocent Yaka (BEN) was in his sixth year of school at the College of Avrankou in the department of Ouémé, Benin, when he discovered Gymnastics and embarked on a lifelong love affair with the sport. “Gymnastics allowed me to learn and be a recognised trainer nationally, in Africa, and in the world,” bit.ly/SportAndPeace

  • “I have got to know a lot of people around the world. It also allowed me to be much more tolerant of others.”

  • Benin