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The programme is designed for sport activities that incorporate the best values of sport self-discipline, respect for one’s opponent, fair play, teamwork, and adherence to mutually agreed upon rules, help individuals to build the values and communication skills necessary to prevent and resolve conflict in their own lives and the use sport, play and physical activity to teach life skills, conflict prevention and non-violent conflict resolution — to primary and secondary school children, equipping them to make healthy choices later in their lives.

This project sets out what might be a new engine that complements development assistance in many ways, particularly in being able to reach areas those traditional development agencies and techniques/processes have had difficult reaching, the ‘sports initiative’, part of which aims to facilitate the interaction of different sections of Out of school youth both in Kitgum and Abim Districts through the training and playing of basketball in the hope of reducing hostile perceptions and stereotypes, and thus alleviating some of the social conflict and promotes a wide array of initiatives ranging from strengthening/enabling youth education to developing sporting, For Girls’ in IDP camps in Kitgum, sport initiative aims to promotes leadership among women infrastructures

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