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My desire to reach out to young people

A blog from Marion Kahindi. Marion is assistant health coordinator for the MTG peer education programme in the MTG league fields.

We live in times in which humanity sings to the tune of...Read more

The East Africa Peace Festival 2014, looking back

It is almost three months ago when 12 organizations met for the East Africa Peace Festival (EAPF), a six day international football for development, peace and cultural event that...Read more

MTG celebrates the 2nd International Day of Sport for Development and Peace with Football3 tournament: registration is now open!

Moving the Goalposts Kilifi is organising a football3 tournament during the second International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on 6th April 2015. The theme of...Read more

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My desire to reach out to young people

By cvandam - Posted on 27 February 2015

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A blog from Marion Kahindi. Marion is assistant health coordinator for the MTG peer education programme in the MTG league fields.

My desire to reach out to young people

By cvandam - Posted on 27 February 2015

A blog from Marion Kahindi. Marion is assistant health coordinator for the MTG peer education programme in the MTG league fields.

The East Africa Peace Festival 2014, looking back

By cvandam - Posted on 26 February 2015

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It is almost three months ago when 12 organizations met for the East Africa Peace Festival (EAPF), a six day international football for development, peace and cultural event that was held in Kilifi, from November 30 - December 5, 2014. The East Africa Peace Festival 2014 brought together 78 boys and girls under the age of eighteen years and their leaders (three per team) from 12 member organizations of the East Africa streetfootballworld network from Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, South Sudan and Ethiopia and other sport for development organisations in the region.

MTG celebrates the 2nd International Day of Sport for Development and Peace with Football3 tournament: registration is now open!

By cvandam - Posted on 26 February 2015

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Moving the Goalposts Kilifi is organising a football3 tournament during the second International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on 6th April 2015. The theme of the day will be: "United Action towards Sustainable Development for all through Sport". During this day, partner organizations will come together to experience how sports can be used as a tool for promoting peace in their communities.

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Girls and women in Kilifi District, Kenya are some of the world’s poorest and most disadvantaged people. Low retention in school, early and unintended pregnancies and vulnerability to HIV/AIDS trap them in a cycle of poverty. Moving the Goalposts Kilifi (MTG) uses football to empower girls and young women, helping them to fulfill their potential both on and off the football field.