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If you are interested in joining the International Children’s Football Alliance please contact:
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|Claudia Doran. International Children’s Football Alliance (D R Congo)Contact Claudia
River of Hope is a non-profit organization that I founded in February 2010 in Buchs/Switzerland together with my husband Jake. This was the realization of a 20-year old dream inspired by the work of my father in law, Dr. Nathaniel Doron, a former UN Official and Diplomat. I picked up the thread following in his footsteps and named the organization “River of Hope” after the title of his biography. Our purpose is to assist needy and willing communities and other target groups to help themselves and others, and improve their standard of living for future generations. We would like to work with the International football community to support our work and we think the International Children’s Football Alliance is an ideal and ethical platform to this.
|John Hunt. International Children’s Football Alliance (Republic of Ireland)Contact John
Having recently moved from Australia to Ireland John is currently developing and promoting football coaching for children, young adults and special needs youngsters. His knowledge and understanding in both football and social inclusion has brought him International acknowledgements. John’s 16 years experience working as a nurse for people with various degrees of intellectual disability alongside a number of years coaching football with the same client group is now taking shape in County Wicklow, Republic of Ireland. John is currently establishing an Irish Children’s Football Alliance and is keen to work with the International Children’s Football Alliance sharing best practice and forming child focused partnerships.
|John Neil. International Children’s Football Alliance (Australia)Contact John
John is a lecturer in the Business School at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). He has a long-term interest in programs and policy that support and empower communities and has a particular interest in programs and policy that empower children and youth. John coaches junior football and draws on approaches that are child focused and which develop the whole child in building confidence, resilience and initiative. He also teaches and researches in business ethics and sustainability, arts management, social entrepreneurship and social impact and community development.
|Abhijeet Barse. International Children’s Football Alliance (India) slumsoccer.org
Contact Abhijeet Barse
Dr. Abhijeet Barse is the CEO of Slum Soccer (Krida Vikas Sanstha) an organization based in Nagpur, is a pioneer in India in the field of Sports for Development. For more than a decade, Abhijeet has reached out through his organization, to the destitute, the recovering alcoholics and victims of domestic abuse, transforming their lives into something positive and meaningful – all of this, through the game of soccer.What has been initiated by Dr Barse has now taken on a whole new dimension as Slum Soccer looks to build pan Indian presence with new centers and empowering and equipping more individuals to spread the good work.It has already burgeoned into full fledged football coaching camps, educational and healthcare workshops and social development programmes bringing a light and hope into the lives of nearly 70,000 me, women and children in over 63 districts across the country.
Dr Barse’s vision of changing people’s lives through the game of soccer to be better human beings and lead more fruitful lives has made all the difference to thousands of people across the country.
|Hans Peter Rothmund. International Children’s Football Alliance (Switzerland)footballismore.org
Football unites people worldwide. Football is team spirit and fair play. Football creates joy and enthusiasm. In short, FOOTBALL IS MORE. The charitable foundation FOOTBALL IS MORE uses the radiance and power of football to encourage and support disadvantaged people. In network with strong partners we realize projects that open new perspectives for these people and thus bring the peace and development processes decisively forward.