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By Hashi in London The World Cup has been well and truly won. The trophy did not have to travel far in the end, all it had to do really was hop over the Med from Rome to Madrid. But the … Continue reading
By Andy in Kilifi It’s the morning after the night before in Kilifi and what a night before it was. Dancing, singing, children’s films – crowned by the sparkling gem that was the World Cup Final. The crowd started to … Continue reading
By Andy in Kilifi Yesterday the big event finally hit Kilifi. Not the World Cup Final but an even bigger football match… MTG staff and Peer Educators vs the Field of Dreams Volunteers. It was a frantic battle, real end-to-end … Continue reading
By Alison in Kilifi 120 Google footballs made it to Kenya. 120 footballs were passed out to MTG staff, worn out during lunch time pick-up games, and given away at World Cup screenings. All 120 footballs, gone. Or so we … Continue reading
by Jon Jones One of my goals here as a an IT techie is to teach the Moving the Goalposts local volunteer girls so that they can feel as confident as possible with Information Technology. Despite little previous experience they … Continue reading
By Peter With reference to chapter one of The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle’s, I write another post for the Kenya Field of Dreams Blog. Yesterday, Saturday the third of July in preparation for American Independence Day, we showed … Continue reading
by Annie Really it’s Woman’s Hour and a half, if you’re playing football – but we’ve got some coverage on BBC Radio 4, which you can listen online (anywhere in the world) using BBC iPlayer, skip forward to 23m49s. Enjoy!