Girls!unlimited

An aid project by “PLAY!YA e.V.” (S. Groscurth) in Nairobi, Kenya

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S. Groscurth (Project Manager)

S. Groscurth
GIRLS!UNLIMITED is a social sports project in the Mathare Slum in Nairobi (Kenya). It is initiated by Doreen Nabwire Omondi, Football player at Werder Bremen and World Champion in streetfootball (2006). The 23 year-old Kenyan grew up in the Slums of Nairobi, but never gave up the hope for a better life. Through her life experience by playing football and a strong-minded character she became National player and finally FIFA Football for Hope-Ambassador. Now she is a role model for many young girls in Kenya.


GIRLS!UNLIMITED is a social sports project in the Mathare Slum in Nairobi (Kenya). It is initiated by Doreen Nabwire Omondi, Football player at Werder Bremen and World Champion in streetfootball (2006). The 23 year-old Kenyan grew up in the Slums of Nairobi, but never gave up the hope for a better life. Through her life experience by playing football and a strong-minded character she became National player and finally FIFA Football for Hope-Ambassador. Now she is a role model for many young... (read more)
Mission:
1. to encourage the structure of Girls Unlimited Football Club (GUFC).
2. to mobilize young girls, develop skills and be actively involved; to empower young women to become leaders and role models.
3. to address issues on Gender based Violence and develop social skills to become more effective community leaders.

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Location: Nairobi, Kenya

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