We have been awarded the following recognition for our work with disabled children in Zimbabwe:
2014 Runner-up Best Social Responsibility Programme - Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce
2013 Winner - BNDeStem Development Award
2013 Nominee - Rockefeller Next Century Innovation Award
2012 Good Practice Market Finalist - Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and Sport for Social Change Network of Southern Africa
2010 Best New Project - Beyond Sport Awards
2008 Best Social Responsibility Prog
Carolina For Kibera
The CFK Youth Sports Program addresses three key social problems: ethnic violence, youth unemployment, and public health. CFK brings together male and female youth of different ethnicities to promote community cooperation and development through sports. CFK runs the only all-girls soccer tournament in Kibera, and each CFK soccer team is required to be ethnically diverse. In this way, CFK helps assuage ethnic tension at a grassroots level. Membership in CFK’s Youth Sports Program has grown by
Instituto Fazer Acontecer (Make It Happens Institute)
The main objective of the organization is to offer for these teenager practices like soccer, basketball and tennis lessons, among other sports, arranged with lessons of development for the citizenship about subjects like Peace Education, Health Education and Equal Rights Education, among other subjects.
The action of these activities are to make a connection through receiving sponsorships and partnerships with private businesses, international organisms, governamental organisms, universities
Hope for Children
Football, Coaching, Coaches, Training, Football Leagues, Football tournaments, Disability, Gender, Gender based violence, family planning, women, girls, sexual health, HIV/AIDS, VIH/SIDA, drug abuse, conflict management, peacebuilding
Network for Sport and Development
A Danish coalition network that gathers all relevant Danish players in the area of Sport and Development. NSD's work is organized by an innovative model in which 6 thematic groups working independently with its own budget, within predefined themes.
NSD is primarily funded by the Project Advice and Training Centre - Platform for Danish CSOs (http://www.prngo.dk/Default.aspx?ID=15991) and is up for review March 2010.