Each year in Kibera, more than 3,000 girls and boys participate in CFK’s Annual Champions League Tournament and the other peace and leadership focused activities. Like Nicholas and Adan, they play on mixed ethnicity teams and do community service. They have coaches that care about their future and teach them discipline and teamwork on and off the field.Peace and Conflict Education: Mixed-ethnicity teams work together on and off the field to promote civic engagement, participate in community peace forums, and learn conflict management and mediation skills. Leadership: Trainings, travel experiences, and positive mentorship help players develop confidence and set personal goals. Equipment and Fields: New cleats, uniforms, and upgraded fields reduce the risk of player injury while attracting and retaining new players.
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Checks - Please make payable to 'Carolina for Kibera' and mail to:
Carolina for Kibera
301 Pittsboro St., Ste. 3002
Campus Box 5145
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Carolina for Kibera exists to develop local leads, catalyze positive change and alleviate poverty in the Kibera slum of Nairobi. Driven by local needs, a collaborative network of programs advance health, education, ethnic cooperation, gender equality and equip leaders with tools to strengthen the community.
Your tax-deductible gift will help:
- Provide critical medical care
- Empower young girls
- Give children access to education
- Build sports programs for children
- Community members start or grow a business