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About the Campaign
“20 Centres for 2010” is the Official Campaign of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Its aim is to raise funds to create twenty Football for Hope Centres for public health, education and football across Africa. The centres will address local social challenges in disadvantaged areas and improve education and health services for young people.
Read more about The Football for Hope Campaign here: Football For Hope
The main goal of this project is to create a place for the community of Iringa where youth will be able to develop their skills by practicing sports and access to health orientation.
Forms the hub of social activity – The site is located 3.5 KM away from Iringa town center, and is surrounded by low income houses where not everyone can access basic services, no other sports community facilities around and children of all ages don’t have access to education.
Key words: Health, Social Change, Hope, Happiness, Knowledge, Education, Conviction, Entrepreneurship, Information.
1.0 Alfa Architects. - Architects
Architect Fulgence Kibiki
2.0 ESM-Consulting engineers. -Structural and civil Engineers
Structural Engineer Sanguya Mzugu
3.0 DONMAK (T) LIMITED. - Quantity Surveyors
Quantity Surveyor Gervas Kondobole
4.0 ML Engineering Consultancy. -Electrical and Mechanical engineers
Engineer Athuman Ikungu
5.0 Geotechnicl engineer.
Dr. Pancras Bujulu
Size: 180 m2 net
Net useable program space: 179.66 sq.m.
Roof Area: 267.68 sq.m
Gross Constructed Area: 431. 3 sq.m.
Structures: 1 storey building and 1 storey toilet block
Building occupancy per room
Health services: 1 Doctor, 1 assistant, 2 visitors
Manager office: 1 manger 2 visitors
Staff Offices: 3 staff members
Reception: 1 receptionist, 7 people waiting
Handicap toilet: 1 person at the time
IT/Library: 12 users
Community Hall: 50 people
Meeting Room: 8 people
Toilets: 4 people
Boys changing room: 11
Girls changing room: 11
Total: 115 people
-120 coaches in equal number in sex
-1800 football players both sex
-3600 internet service beneficiaries per year
-5000 library users per year
-300 youth participate in camps per year
-2600 attending VCt services
About IDYDC, the center host
Benbella Street, P. O Box 795
Contact Person: Johnie Nkoma
Phone number: +255 754662224
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is a local non-governmental organization, founded in 1991, operating in all seven districts of Iringa region, which are: Iringa Urban, Iringa Rural, Kilolo, Ludewa, Makete, Mufindi and Njombe with its headquarter in Iringa Municipality.
Its main focus is children in need, school drop-outs and child laborers, with the aim of giving them a brighter future by enhancing the children’s possibilities of education.
IDYDC OVC program was the first program to be introduced. The program has already assisted more than 20,000 children since its establishment in 1994 through different projects and activities undertaken. Most of them are currently depend on themselves and help their parents while other hundreds of children are still at our center.
IDYDC has four Vocational Training centers in four Iringa’s district including Furaha [Ludewa], Shukrani [Makete], IDYDC [Kilolo] and Upendo[Iringa Urban].
Children and youth are supported with Vocation Training education and Health Education on HIV/AIDS, Drug and Substance Abuse. Health program [EDU Sport] is responsible with the health education provided by IDYDC. After completion of their studies, OVC in collaboration with VTC office has the responsibility of linking them to Micro-finance institutions including IDYDC MFI Program.
IDYDC wants to see health, economically and socially develop society where human rights are respected.
IDYDC exist to improve the living standard of disadvantaged youth in Iringa region through training planned programs.
IDYDC - Centre Objectives
To Provide HIV/AIDS information to youth by using Zinduka curriculum.
To provide Alcohol and drug abuse harm knowledge to youth.
To address the poverty issue by providing youth with entrepreneur skills.
To create employment opportunities to youth by improving their football skills
To train master coaches as peer educators
To create an opportunity for networking among youth club from other NGO’s and local government
To engage community on gender based knowledge and social change in culture and traditional attitudes
IDYDC - Centre Activities
Alcohol and Drug prevention program
Microfinance Program workshops/trainings
Use of the pitch for different events and tournaments