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Coaches Across Continents partners with Fútbol Más in Peru, Paraguay and Chile for training programme

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Coaches Across Continents partners with Fútbol Más in Peru, Paraguay and Chile for training programme

Coaches Across Continents (CAC), one of the most recognised NGOs in capacity-building on social impact through sport, is running workshops and delivering new tools in three of the seven countries where Fundación Fútbol Más is currently present.

Through group dynamics, new methodologies and leadership and training activities, Coaches Across Continents seeks to impact various civil society organisations focused on working for social development through sport.

The first training was held in Lima, Peru, where professionals, teachers and various invited organisations participated in the sessions held by CAC between 13 and 17 March at the Limatambo Sports Center.

CAC's activities in South America continue in Asunción, Paraguay, where the foundation is working with schools and neighbourhoods. In these workshops, which were held between 20 and 24 March, the focus was on methodological and innovation aspects as well as on topics such as integration and gender equality. Later this year, they will also be with our programme in Kenya.

Between 27 and 31 March, Coaches Across Continents will arrive in Chile, where they will train teachers, coordinators and other professionals from Fútbol Más in the Metropolitan Region of Santiago. Between 3 and 7 April activities will continue in the northern region of Antofagasta.

In these two workshops, they will focus on issues associated with work on the field and in the Fútbol Más neighbourhoods, such as: children's rights, humanitarian crises, gender equality, conflict resolution and migration.

If you are in Chile and you are interested in knowing more about the work of CAC or would like to participate and receive one of the certifications you can write to raimundo.barros@futbolmas.org.

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Friday, March 24, 2017 - 06:42