Estimated 500,000 rapes annually
57 rapes per hour
Almost 1 rape per minute
1 in 4 girls stands the chance of being raped before the age of 16.
stated a girl can get raped if she wears a skirt or goes out at night alone
of boys claims that being involved in a violent act makes them feel happy
Through GFSA I feel more confident and I want to play football more often.
I think women have the same rights as men
I think it is good we only train with girls
I think a woman can be a good president
Participating in sport encourages body ownership and a healthy body image, two important factors crucial to the development of girls and young women.
Sport encourages teamwork, determination and a collaborative effort to support each other.
Sport also provides an accessible platform to explore integral issues such as HIV/Aids, a girl's right to say “No”, health and sexuality, and challenges girls and young women face.
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buys one ball for a team
provides training materials for 3 female coaches
provides 5 trips for 10 volunteers to rural communities
covers workshops at a girls' tournament
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