Participants had fun learning the facts about bullying, substance abuse and HIV and AIDS by playing the RHIVA board game
Participants had fun learning the facts about bullying, substance abuse and HIV and AIDS by playing the RHIVA board game

On behalf of the AmaZulu Football Club’s Community Trust, MIET AFRICA has developed facilitation guidelines for the life skills component of AmaZulu’s extracurricular soccer programme. These guidelines use Staying Healthy, an MIET AFRICA publication that is aimed at adolescents, and which addresses sexual reproductive health and wellbeing in a fun and interactive way. (Staying Healthywas developed originally for another of MIET AFRICA’s programmes, RHIVA – Reducing HIV in Adolescents.)

Then, on 4 December, two of MIET AFRICA’s master trainers conducted a workshop with the soccer coaches participating in AmaZulu’s programme. The workshop aimed to develop their life skills and content knowledge on sexual reproductive health, as well as their facilitation skills, and trained them on using the material with their learners.

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