2
 12-20 years of age
 Economically Disadvantaged
 3-4 Siblings
 Municipal School/ Drop Outs
 Engaged in Traditional
Pr...
Personal Empowerment

Social Empowerment

C

C

Young women receive netball
and life skills training in small
groups for 1...
Why Netball

- Exclusively a women’s sport
- Non contact sport

- Team sport – which brings the
community together
- Requi...
The Curriculum

- Be Yourself
- Be Healthy

- Be Empowered
- Be Money Savvy
A Multi-Stakeholder Programme

 Community
Investment

 Prevention of HIV in
vulnerable groups

 Delivering quality
spor...
 Body Image
 Addressing conflict
 Dealing with Peer
Pressure

 Working as a team
 Practicing Leadership

 Health & F...
Thank you!

Please visit us at:

goalprogramme.org & nazindia.org
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust
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  • This image is from the 2013 Women's world cup in Mumbai, it shows how poorly supported the competition has been received in India. And in one instance a match was moved to another ground to accommodate a men's match seen as the priority.
  • Next Step 2014 presentation by Kalyani Subramanyam from The Naz Foundation India Trust

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    2. 2.  12-20 years of age  Economically Disadvantaged  3-4 Siblings  Municipal School/ Drop Outs  Engaged in Traditional Programs  Early Marriages  Not allowed to make informed choices
    3. 3. Personal Empowerment Social Empowerment C C Young women receive netball and life skills training in small groups for 10 months Talented girls are identified and recruited to become Goal Champions Community Empowerment As a progression from Goal Champions, Goal recruits and trains Community Sport Coaches C Each Goal Champion commits to deliver Goal sessions to new groups of girls Economic Empowerment Goal links the girls with employment options or agencies with offer vocation=al training, helping girls to complete education C
    4. 4. Why Netball - Exclusively a women’s sport - Non contact sport - Team sport – which brings the community together - Requires limited resources
    5. 5. The Curriculum - Be Yourself - Be Healthy - Be Empowered - Be Money Savvy
    6. 6. A Multi-Stakeholder Programme  Community Investment  Prevention of HIV in vulnerable groups  Delivering quality sports programs  Diversity and inclusion  Work with marginalized communities  Building the capacity of individuals and organisations  Women empowerment  Capacity building through training too other organizations  Monitoring & Evaluation
    7. 7.  Body Image  Addressing conflict  Dealing with Peer Pressure  Working as a team  Practicing Leadership  Health & Fitness
    8. 8. Thank you! Please visit us at: goalprogramme.org & nazindia.org

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