The handover ceremony- Green Hill Community School/orphanage was a well timed event which was falling during World Water Day is an important day which is commemorated across the world. The day provided people to realize the importance and roles that water plays in our daily lives and important strategies to enables water conservation, safe water use to promote sanity.
On 22nd of March, 2011 Zambia joined the rest of the world to commemorate this important day. To this effect, YDF Zambia’s implementing partner EduSport Foundation organized the under 15 boys and girls Football tournament on 25th march, 2011 at Green Hill Community School.The purpose of the tournament was to create awareness on Health and Hygiene issues and HIV/AIDS education.
The tournament was held at Green Hill Community Schoolin Chamba valley Community 20 km from Lusaka city.
The teams came from
<!- Green Hill Community School(2teams)
<!--[ Chilenje Communityteam(EduSport)
<!-- Garden Community team(Breakthrough Academy)
The activities that took place were,Football match, Drama, Cultural Dancing, prizes giving and commissioning the toilets to the Green Community School.
The tournament was witnessed by Germany Ambassador, GIZ Country Director, GIZ water Programme Manager, NWASCO Director, DTF Manager Green Hill Director, officials from GIZ, Devolution Trust Fund, Water Supply and Sanitation Council, EduSport Director and Staff and Break through Sports Academy staff, Green Hill Community School Officials, Official from Youth Association Zambia (WASAZA) and Officials from the Ministry of Community Development Office.
Teams received prizes inform of Footballs, Pencils, Books and Trophy. Chilenje team emerged winners of the tournament who beat Green Hill Community School in the Finals. The prizes were presented by GIZ country Director to the teams.
· 2 teams team came from Green Hill Community School.
· 1 team came from Chilenje Community
· 1 team came from Garden Community
The total number of participates was 43 players and 6 Coaches. Females the number was 15 and males the number was 28.
The tournament was supported by YDF/GIZ in terms of monetary and material resources.