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September 12, 2008

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Josephine Lavoy


Sports for Life (SFL) is great program. I did read some of the materials during the preparation for AfriComNet Award 2008. However, I was limited by the language as most of the materials are in French. But without any reservation, I can say they derserved the award. It would be nice to replicate this programs else where so as to reach to more youth people with HIV and AIDS messages through sports.

Hope Hempstone

"Full" versions of SFL (like that in Cote d'Ivoire) have been implemented in Ethiopia and Namibia, with smaller-scale activities in Zambia, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso. For more information on the program, including English language materials, you may want to contact Bill Glass at JHU/CCP. I believe there are also full or partial copies of the English SFL curriculum (Coach's Guide) available through the media and materials clearinghouse at JHU/CCP (www.m-mc.org).

Radha Rajan

The Academy for Educational Development recently completed an impact evaluation for the Sports for Life program in Ethiopia. Findings from that evaluation will be presented at the American Public Health Association conference this October, in San Diego, California. For more information about the impact evaluation findings, contact Geeta Nanda at AED.

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