OFFS for children in Tajikistan

 

A prospect of a peaceful life for Tajiki children

Bringing love and attention to the Afghan children

With the withdrawal of the ISAF forces, big efforts are put into reconciliation of the Afghan people. In this process, sports can play a very important role providing national cohesion, building cross cutting communities and bringing love and attention to the children. 

Sports in general and football in particular enjoy lots of positive attention and support all over Afghanistan these days. When the Afghan national football team beat Pakistan in 2013, it called for great attention and celebration. 

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Fact box about Afghanistan

Total population: 32,564,342 (2015)

Share of children and youth under 25: 63.88%

Youth unemployment: 20.8% (2015)

Share of women in the labour market: 16.1%

Refugee population: 225,714 people (2015)  

Football players (registered/unregistered): 19,781/507,000

Female players: 340 (registered youth and adult players), 2006

Clubs: 225 

Clubs with women’s teams: 0

Our work in the country 1998-2016

First year CCPA worked in the country: 2012

Main focus areas: One-day festivals

Sponsors: Afghanistan FA

Football clubs established: 2

Children involved: 448

Football Festivals: 7

Children attended: 1,132

Sources: Cross Cultures' data

Results 2015

Open Fun Football Schools conducted: 0

Children attended Open Fun Football Schools: 0

Volunteers involved: 0

Volunteers educated: 0

Parents involved: -

Parents’ workshops conducted: -

Fun Festivals conducted: -

Children attended Fun Festivals: -

Number of municipalities Cross Cultures is present in: -

Local schools involved: -

Source: Cross Cultures' data

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