The Women's Sports Network launches MoJoAFRIC to support the Mary Waya Netball Academy, Malawi
Today, in the build up to the #NETBALL Nation's Cup finals, WSNet launches a pilotFUNDRAISE to TRANSLATE & ADAPT NETBALLMoJo into Chichewa (Malawian national language) - and help bring some of the enthusiasm and fun to girls in AFRICA
MoJoAFRICA High5 - will translate & extend NETBALLMoJo into Chichewa, Malawi’s national language to cover 'local/cultural' issues in Africa such as child marriage, safeguarding, FGM, basic personal hygiene & health protection - problems simply not encountered in 'western communities'.
“With help NETBALLMoJo can become a powerful tool to EDUCATE – girls in ‘third world communities’ - but more importantly it can EMPOWER girls, overcome 'fear of judgement' & build confidence through netball that can be taken into their everyday lives & careers.” Say’s Paul Reynolds, Communications Director at WSNet.
MoJoAFRICA will help focus the potential netball offers to empower girls across Africa.
Supporting Mary Waya in Malawi is just the start of a series of programmes WSNet is rolling out across AFRICA in the lead up to the next Netball World Cup in Cape Town 2023 - www.wsnet.co.uk/MoJoAFRICA
Fundraising link: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/womenssports-network-mojoafrica
For a media/evaluation copy of NETBALLMoJo - please email your street address to firstname.lastname@example.org
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