The future stars of Kibera in action

Our youth teams follow the good path of the KBS

5 teams from U10 to U17, boys and girls.

The youth teams regularly train and take part in football local competitions.

Also, many activities are organised outside the field around education, culture and arts.

The funds raised from the membership cards are used for the development of youth in priority.

The football trainings take place in the evenings after school. Some matchs are organised at weekends

U10 and U13 boys have been the teams most in action.

A female team was reorganised in 2018. Gender equality is part of our guide line. All the best girls!

We do not focus only on football but other sports are practiced: tennis, Karate, acrobatics, dance, swimming...

But beyond sports, many other activities are organised in Kibera with the Slum Soka.

On Saturdays, Kids enjoy games around mathematics.

They can also enjoy workshops with local artists.

Some prepare various dance shows.

Some are volonteers to take part in community work. They clean the streets of the slum in order to enjoy a better environment.

After the efforts, all the children gather in a small restaurant to enjoy food and love. A mind can be fed only if the belly is full too.

We also welcome handicapped people. No discrimination. We are ONE!

Slum Soka kids often go to the French school to do sports and other lessons.

For example, they published a nice book with the students all togetherl:

U want to help these kids? Very easy = become a member of the association. Further details on the page “the fans”.

The funds are used to buy sport kits (balls, boots...), take part in the matches (forms, transport), pay the meals after the activities, rent a place for the workshops, organise the outings etc...

Let’s win together! Let’s shine together!!!

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