We work together with voluntary organisations in Africa to support the emotional, social and physical well-being of girls and their communities in Africa. Supporting Girls Football is committed to assisting these organisations in achieving sustainable projects.
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Kevin Boucal - The Gambia
Kevin is dedicated to providing opportunities to the young people in his local community to learn life skills through football. He has developed a girl's section and delivers training regarding domestic abuse, teen pregnancy, menstrual hygiene, and female genital mutilation. We are currently raising money to create a borehole so that he can develop an agricultural area that would provide a sustainable income to support his project work.
George Osoyo - Kenya
George is the director of Football Without Borders, Kenya, which is a project aiming to develop and empower youths through sports. This leads to increased opportunities to develop life skills and employment. We reduce the rate of poverty, school dropout, teen pregnancy, and prevent ill health. We educate girls and boys about menstrual health and get them involved in making reusable sanitary napkins. We promote equal opportunities and welcome both girls and boys under the age of 16 to join our football camps.