Coaches Give Their Feedback from Kenya!

July 12, 2013.  Last week CAC had a great week with Vijana Amani Pamoja (VAP) in Nairobi, Kenya.  But don’t take our word for it.  Here are a few quotes from some of the participants!

coaches Oti and Florence during training.

Coaches Oti and Florence during training.

Charles Otieno – Vijana Amani Pamoja Program Officer:

To me the training was good.  And it not only taught us how to train our youth on football skills, but also helped to show us how to use football to teach social impact messages.  So in the end we are not only football coaches but we are also impacting the community through football.

Florence Adhiambo – former Women’s U-17 National Team Coach and Former Women’s National Team Player:

Mafundisho lmekuwaq mzuri sana na sis kama ma coach wa Kenya tumefundishwa mengi sana kuhusu witu tofauti.  Na nina lmani kuwa tutatumia kufunisha na.  Na tunashukuru nacoach waliotupa mafundisho Karibu Kenya.

Translated: The training has been perfect and we as coaches of Kenya were being taught a lot about so many things.  I’m sure we are going to use the skills that we have been taught and we are grateful that the coaches have given us these ideas.  Welcome to Kenya.

Morris Shikanda –Assistant Coach Kenya National Amputee Team and former Tusker (Kenyan) Premier League Player:

Coach Morris helps coach the Kenyan National Amputee Team

Coach Morris helps coach the Kenyan National Amputee Team

It was a very good training program.  We will improve in a very good training program in Jericho if we put more into practice and also we will improve in social skills.

Coach Justice at training

Coach Justus at training

Justus Muhati Ihaji – former Tusker (Kenyan) Premier League player and Umoja coach (youth team):

A very good training programme that can provide a big impact to the kids.  Very good training options and it was fun to be here.

Coach Pamela in action at training!

Coach Pamela in action at training!

Pamela Odhiambo – Team Manager for Pumzika FC in the Wazee Pamoja League:

The training was easy and fun to learn.  We had more time to practice the skills and we came away finished having learn more.  It was exciting and welcome back to train us.

Coach Linda warming up!

Coach Linda warming up!

Linda Belinda Katria  – Vijana Amani Pamoja Income Generating Activites Manager and Secretary:

The activities were fun and easy to relate with, I am sure I will be able to practice it in schools.  It’s awesome.  Karibu Sana (translated: Most Welcomed).

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