FundLife recently collaborated with Genesis Project from Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), to promote the use of “football and play” as a tool for inclusivity and peace building.
As part of the collaboration, FundLife programme director, Marko Kasic and former Arsenal in the Community Coach, Etienne Digout, visited BiH to conduct a seminar organised by Genesis. The seminar, to foster and promote positive role models through sport, was delivered to 12 female and 12 male school children and 16 educators from across Central BiH.
L-R: FFLA coaches Reuben, Rhobs, and JP wear the FFLA jacket with pride and purpose.
What’s in a jacket? Well if you really think about it, other than being an outerwear, there’s pretty much nothing else. A jacket is just that – a jacket. But what If we rephrase the question to – why do you wear a jacket? Ahh, there you think about its purpose. It could be because it’s trendy and fashionable, or it provides an extra layer of protection from either heat or cold… or could it be something more?
Tanauan, Leyte - FundLife International, in collaboration with Arsenal FC coaches, launched its newest platform under the FFLA programme – the Champions ClassroomSessions.
Held first at the Tanauan School of Craftsmanship and Home Industries Campus last 12 January 2018, the Champions Classroom Sessions is designed to reinforce the values acquired on the field in a classroom setting.
Coach Rhobs welcomes new FFLA players during the first play session held at Sagkahan High.
Tacloban City – Steadfast in its commitment to deliver experiential learning, through football, to schools and communities, FundLife International extends the reach of its flagship programme, FFLA, to the students and players of Sagkahan National High School (SNHS). On 9 January 2018, FFLA Coaches Rhobs and John Rex, conducted the first play session in its new partner school; welcoming current players from Brgy. Caibaan, an FFLA community site, as well as new players to the programme.