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Bogus cash collecting for Tackle Africa
It has come to our attention that some groups of young people have been approaching members of the public for cash donations in TackleAfrica's name on London streets and doorsteps. These people do not represent TackleAfrica in any way, and any money they obtain is fraudulently taken and does not come to us.
Over £14,000 raised by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro – August 2008
Team Siren raised £4915 + £966 from Gift Aid. Click here to watch the team in action on YouTube.
Kabwe Three Tackle Africa coaches visited Kabwe in October 2008; Kabwe is a town characterised most perhaps by its once booming copper mining industry, and now a place short on jobs, and struggling with high HIV infection rates and young people not unlike youngsters in the UK, turning to drink, drugs and sexual activity for […]
Five volunteer football coaches from across the UK spent the month of January delivering HIV/AIDS awareness messages through football coaching to the players at the All Stars Academy in Kamwokya.
TackleAfrica launched its ground breaking new coaching manual during a series of coaching projects which took place across Ghana during the recent African Cup of Nations tournament.
Between September 2003 and April 2004, TackleAfrica carried out its first ever project – which was organised in partnership with Christian Aid and Concern.
TackleAfrica is working with local NGO CCFMC in South West Kenya to use the popularity of football among the youth to pass on HIV/AIDS messages.
Thanks to the generosity of project sponsor Siren TV, TackleAfrica have been able to team up with PfP to run this project in the Machakos district in central Kenya.
9 athletic mountain hungry explorers. 1 school excursion style mini bus with a directionally challenged driver. And 3 sizeable mountains calling our names – What could possibly go wrong?