Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Sport and

Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Sport and

Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation 27 January 2004 Cape Town Introduction Last presentation on 27 February 2001. TIC presentation Detailed overview of SCORE Today : Progress Report on Key Results Achieved Project Highlights

Key Challenges Faced Vision To be an international leader in the field of community development and voluntarism, utilising sport as a powerful medium to bring about sustainable development & empowerment, and to build international and intercultural understanding & relationships. Objectives

Build strong, healthy communities. Objectives Give children a chance to play and learn. Objectives Provide NEW sports opportunities. Objectives Promote Equity, Friendship, Fairplay and

Exchange through Sport. Objectives Develop partnerships. Objectives Train trainers and develop community leadership capacity. Objectives Promote voluntarism.

What do we do? Develop and Train Community structures to facilitate activities. Add capacity to the work of other partners e.g. National and Provincial government. Recruit, train and prepare volunteers. Place & support volunteers in communities. Monitor and evaluate programmes. How do we do it? Involve target communities in all stages of programme implementation.

Stakeholder consultation. Public meetings. Community action plan. Implementation by local sport structures. Quality training. Added capacity by volunteers. Key result areas. 1. Community Capacity Building. 2. Sports Development. 3. Physical Education 4. Infrastructure Development.

5. Equity 6. Volunteerism. 13 1. Community Capacity Building Established 45 local sports councils. Conducted 120 sports leader courses, 1475 trainees. 93 sports admin courses, 800 trainees. Conflict resolution workshops.

1. Community Capacity Building Facilitator training. Youth development training. Sport business training. 65 % male, 35% female. 1. Community Capacity Building Economic Factors : Skills development Investment in community assets e.g. facility, equipment. Work Experience

Network of opportunity Income generation opportunities for community Income for volunteer 2. Sports Development Introduced in excess of 20 different sports. Good success in sports such as Handball, Gymnastics, Girls Football, Basketball, Volleyball. Generally good working relationships with federations.

2. Sports Development Approximately 250 local tournaments, +/- 17 000 participants. 45 % female participation. 251 sports specific and general workshops, 9 781 participants, 35% female participation. 3. Physical Education On average 35 000 to 40 000 learners per week, approximately 48% females. Work in about 140 schools PE Workshops

4. Infrastructure Development Built 36 facilities, 14 to be completed. Expertise in facility development, contracted to build 9 netball courts. Trained facility management committees. Created approximately 20 local jobs per facility. Total value of facilities approximately R20 million. Limpopo

Tshakuma Tiyani Apel Moshate Mohodi Blouberg

Rabali Tshidimbini Mapuve

Garadingwana Metz Madobi Makhasa Bathlabine Thomo Mpumalanga

Driefontein Swalala Schoemansdal Marapong Sun city Tjakastad KwaZanele

Lebohang Marapyane Hoyi Vukuzakhe Dikgwale

Zaaiplaas Empuluzi Eastern Cape Nqamakwe

Steynsburg Cradock Seymour Alexandria Peddie

Nthabathemba Lady Frere Libode Flagstaff Mt Frere Mt Fletcher Western Cape

Murraysburg Dysselsdorp Zoar Riviersonderend Wolseley

Lamberts Bay Velddrif Khayelitsha Masiphumelele 5. Equity 250 girls in sport events, 15 860 participants. Self Defense workshops. Assertiveness training.

61 leadership courses for women. 50,5 % female participation at school level. 6. Voluntarism 80 80 72

70 66 60 50 43 Numbers 40 30

18 20 10 5 6 6 0

2000 2001 Years 11 26 31 18

22 16 9 2002 2003 EU/USA RSA

SADC 2004 Origin Volunteers Approximately 600 volunteers from 23 countries. Current split is 63% African,37% non-African. Well developed recruitment, orientation, evaluation and support system.

Volunteers Youth Sports Exchange Innovative volunteer exchange between : Norway Zambia Zimbabwe South Africa Namibia (Co-Ordinated by SCORE in Africa) Some Success Stories

Helga Van Kampen Jackson Moetjie Toetie Madlingozi Jane Mandean Rakel Rauntun

Ndiphiwe Gidi Mpumi Lallie Finance 2002 Expenses R16 million Volunteer Exchange R16 million

24% 36% 1% 5% 5% 29% Travel Administration Communication, PR, Networking

Salaries Sports Programmes, Capacity Building Income by Donor 5% 18% EU NorthWest Lotto Netherlands

10% 3% 2% 62% Norway Other Current Donors & Funding Norwegian Olympic

Committee & Confederation of Sport UK Sport Commonwealth Games Canada European Union Royal Netherlands Embassy Terre des Hommes Sport & Recreation

South Africa Provincial Governments Individuals Small foundations Projects & Partners 1. Integrated Community Sports Project (EU) 2.

Living Sport (Kicking Aids Out Network) 3. Building Capacity for Sport and Recreation (SRSA) 4. Developing Sport through Volunteerism and Capacity Building (North West)

5. North Cape Integrated Community Sports Project ICSP - EU Increased participation in Sport. Greater participation in sport by Women and Girls Integration and Fairplay Increased Sports Leadership and Organisational Capacity

ICSP continued 4 year Project,ends in June 2004 Enabled the recruitment of South African and Southern African volunteers. Established recruitment presence in Europe Infrastructure development and human capacity development in the same project. Follow up required in communities. Initial vision included expansion to other provinces. Living Sport (The Kicking AIDS Out! Network)

Key programme, HIV/AIDS Intervention programme. Other health, physical activity programmes planned. Living Sport Objectives Increase awareness of benefits of sports and recreation. Make sport a mechanism to mobilize awareness around HIV/AIDS and Life Skills. Promote behaviour change towards healthy lifestyles.

Living Sport Objectives Provide training in life skills, and how to integrate them with sports. Increase awareness among youth, and especially young women and girls, of health related issues that impact on their lives. Living Sport - The Kicking AIDS Out! Network SCORE Norwegian Olympic Committee and Sports

Confederation Commonwealth Games Canada UK Sport Sport and Recreation Commission of Zimbabwe Living Sport - The Kicking AIDS Out! Network Edusport Foundation (Zambia) Sport in Action(Zambia) National Sports Council of Zambia Mathare Youth Sport Association (Kenya) EMIMA (Tanzania)

Living Sport - The Kicking AIDS Out! Network An international network of organisations working together using sport and physical activity to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and motivate behavioral change. The network shares information and best practice, promotes policy development, supports local projects. Living Sport

- The Kicking AIDS Out! Network Methodology includes: Peer Education Movement Games Role plays Sports activities. Building Capacity for Sport and Recreation Objectives : Capacity Building leading to sustainable, effective utilization of SRSA funded sports facilities.

Scope: At least 2 communities per province (9 provinces) Building Capacity for Sport and Recreation Outputs : Sustainable clubs, programs and fixtures. Formation of Local Sports Council & Facility Management Team. Multi-coded use of facility. Database of trained community members. Hype of sports activities in the community.

Building Capacity for Sport and Recreation Sports Leader courses Sports Administration workshops Facility Management training Sports coaching workshops Active Youth Course Kicking AIDS Out! Activities Tournaments, festivals, competitions, fun! Progress

Building Capacity for Sport and Recreation Needs assessment & community profile completed in all 18 target communities Volunteers recruited, trained for each community Host families prepared in each target community Some sports festivals & sports leader training workshops completed Clear action plan in place with support & monitoring mechanisms North West Province Began working in North West in partnership with

Dutch organisation in late 1990s Currently implementing partnership project: Developing Sport through Volunteerism & Capacity Building Goal: use SCORE volunteers to train local community volunteers to run sustainable sport activities SCORE International Namibia Began in 1999 in partnership with Ministry of Youth & Sport, now Ministry of Basic

Education, Sport & Culture Majority Namibian volunteers (train in RSA) Zambia Began in 2002 in partnership with National Sports Council of Zambia SCORE International Zimbabwe Recruit & send volunteers; trained SRC in volunteer management in 1999

Mozambique Visited projects in 2003 with IOC & ILO, conducting needs assessment and placing volunteers (2004) Lesotho Conducting Kicking AIDS Out training for NOC (2004) Sport & Development

International Momentum The Magglingen Declaration (18.02.2003) creating a better world through sport Report from the UN Inter-Agency Task Force on Sport for Development & Peace (2003) sport should be better integrated into the development agenda Sport & Development International Momentum UN General Assembly Resolution: Sport as a means to promote education, health,

development & peace (17.10.2003) 2005 International Year of Sport & Physical Education SASC Zone VI & other partners Workshop: Agreed Values & Principles for the Donor-Recipient Partnership (2003) SCORE The Future? Strengths Experience & Expertise

Tangible, Sustainable Results Rural focus Sport as a tool for development International Presence & Network Weaknesses Currently (Foreign) Donor dependent No corporate sponsors SA network not as strong as it should be (eg. Federations) NGOs still seen by some as a threat rather than as partners

Threats Donors withdrawing from South Africa Short term funding for projects only impacts potential for sustainability Reluctance by donors and funders to support (necessary) infrastructure & management costs Donor funding increasingly goes to government and not directly to civil society Competition from wealthy northern NGOs Opportunities

Income generation: accredited training, facilities building & consultancy, volunteer training Expansion in the Zone, sharing & building capacity Lobby donors prioritise sport & seek additional funding Lobby for role of sport on development agenda New, more effective partnerships eg. with government at different levels Conclusion The chief finding of the U.N. Interagency Task Force on Sport for Development and

Peace is that well designed sport based initiatives are practical and cost effective tools to achieve objectives in Development and Peace WE THANK YOU !!!

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