The Vodafone Group Foundation is donating £480,000 to Kick 4 Life over the next three years, enabling the charity to reach thousands of orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho, southern Africa.
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All of the feeding categories have linked themselves with a GoL identified priority.
With funding from GTZ’s Youth Development Through Football (YDF) initiative, Kick4Life has launched its first Street League in Maseru, capital city of Lesotho. Aimed at engaging orphans and vulnerable youth who live on the streets, the league consists of an ongoing 7-a-side Under 17’s league (mixed gender teams).
Brief summary on what phomolong support group has currently been doing,
- We have chicken raring project which has gone very well that we are now selling the chickens to larger organizations like UN and Knock Solutions in large quantities
- We have been attending trainings and in 13th May 2011 the chairperson of the support group will be graduating Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative (REPSSI), while the other member is newly attending a similar course provided by the two universities of NUL and Kwazulu Natal.
- With the help of another member of the support group who was doing her studies in Canada and befriended a Lady from the same country, this Lady donated to 60 elderly persons of Ha-Tsosane with sun stoves and their pots.
- Apart from the daily help we provide for the orphans and vulnerable children of Ha-tsosane, we also provide help to five families of which two women and three men are blind. We provide them with daily basic needs like to fetch water for them, cooking for them and usually when chickens are being slaughtered we give then ‘cooked insides’.