Football and sports infrastructure
Under this program, we run Football for Water Sanitation and Hygiene and Sports for Social Impact projects
Football for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (F4W) Project in 60 primary schools Migori and Nakuru counties; of these 60 schools 78 schools with a population of 40,000 children have received modern latrines, water and football equipment, and 218 football world coaches trained.
Peace and Trade Campaign
Sports for Peace and Trade is a platform where sports organizations, business communities, entrepreneurs and peace actors from Kenya and abroad will meet and share good practices in sports, business opportunities, community dialogue and shared security as a framework for county economic development. It is meant not only to amplify the role of youth and women in business but also provide an international business investment opportunity.
The F4W Agribusiness Alliance (FAA) offers small-scale farmers and agri-/food- businesses in Migori County locally produced and affordable solutions to improve and accelerate crop production and yield.
The FAA – a joint venture between schools, CREATA, UNICEF and A4A – establishes nurseries for growing seeds and seedlings on school compounds; uses underused school land to produce quality transplants and collects school urine as the main ingredient of the organic fertilizer. With this model, the FAA aims to drive innovation and growth of Food- and Agribusiness in Migori County and to establish revenue streams for schools to be able to maintain and operate their Football & WASH facilities sustainably.
Computer and IT training
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Annual Football leagues and championships: We develop and promote community football by organizing leagues and championships for children Under 12, 14, and 16 of both gender:
Under this program, we run Football for Water Sanitation and Hygiene in 78 primary schools Migori and Nakuru counties; of these 60 schools 78 schools with a population of 40,000 children have received modern latrines, water and football equipment, and 218 football world coaches trained.