How We Do It…

In order to provide children and young people with access to Sport, Play and Expressive Arts it is essential those delivering have the necessary skills and opportunities to do so. All of our workshops are informed by potential learners, whether coaches, teachers or community outreach workers, in order to provide contextually relevant learning to significantly impact current and future delivery.

Our workshops are delivered over a 4-week period during the winter months within Malawi. Whilst we are not in Malawi, participants are tasked

with further learning opportunities that are facilitated by an informal distance learning approach and communities of practice.

Those selected to attend our workshops are those individuals within a local context who want to make a change but have otherwise been overlooked by current social institutions. The premise of selection is founded upon principles of emancipation through education for the masses and therefore the project asks those who are seeking to facilitate change to attend.

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RT @UOGWFootball DONT FORGET!!! The first futsal game of the year kicks off tomorrow... 🥊 Plymouth Marjons 📍OXSTALLS ARENA ⏰ 5:15PM K.O.

About 6 days ago from Sport Malawi's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone