|1:50 p.m.||Arrival of team and facilitators|
|2:00 p.m.||Student Assembly and Singing of Anthem|
|2:10 p.m.||Welcome word very brief statements|
|2:30 p.m.||Introduction of Activities [Dickson Diba]|
|2:40 p.m.||Icebreakers [all facilitators involved]||All males/All Females|
|3:00 p.m.||General Discussion Reproductive health I and II||All Males and All Females|
|3:30 p.m.||Breakdown of Groups by Team members||12-14, 15-16, 17-18||18+|
|3:35 p.m.||Icebreakers||Mime, cow boy, rock paper scissors, ball questions||People scavenger hunt, who am I. Rumour|
|3:55 p.m.||Warm ups||Icebreakers|
|4:10 p.m.||Life skill Topic||Discussion I:||Icebreakers|
|4:30 p.m.||HIV Education and Football Drills||Presentations: I-VI|
|5:00 p.m.||HIV Education and Football Drills||Question and Answers on presentations.|
|5:15-5:45||Small Game [Football]|
|5:45-6:00||Closing and recognition Closing and recognition Closing and recognition|
Today CFDP is holding a day long awareness campaign for World Aids Day Commemoration at Baptist High School in Kumba. You can see the day is packed with events that youth in Kumba will participate in TODAY in order to raise awareness and help to prevent transmission of the HIVirus. With CFDP, learning is combined with the passion of football. So kids will have meaningful memory of this day – and the things they learn about HIV/AIDS should stick with them for a while. This is sport for development.
Come and Support CFDP this THURSDAY, August 23rd – All Day Long!
TGI Fridays will donate up to 20% of your total bill – that means food AND drinks!
So come enjoy yourself – bring your friends!
And know that when you enjoy your chop and mimbo you will be supporting our youth programs in Cameroon!
Print the attached document and present to your server. Thanks in advance!
Collins is posted up as acting director in Cameroon. Diba Dickson is his right hand man. Nenne and Caroline hold down the office – processing data and producing documentation to make sure we track our progress. Ashu, our own okada man (motorbike taxi driver… he’s not a taxi man, he just rides a bike), keeps our finances in order. Wallace is our newest coach and Kama supports him in preparing our drills and organizing the U-16 City Cup. . Killian is our coordinator of school-based programs and is actually the Head Master at Destiny Primary School. Our Cameroonian Founder and government school teacher, Ngwane Peter, is based in Nkambe but will be joining us soon in Pittsburgh.
Meeting with Kumba 1 Council
Here are some photos from our first and second meetings with Lord Mayor Ekale Mukete, of the Kumba 1 City Council. We are excited to partner with the Council to better serve the youth of Kumba! We are meeting again on Monday to finalize a memorandum of understanding for collaboration. 2013 will be a good year for CFDP and K1-Council. But, first things first, let’s start with the tournament in July!