Annual events and other football activities have been a very successful story. The events are used to gather communities and mostly target youth to alleviate idleness and antisocial behaviour by engaging and empowering them on issues of health, unemployment, identity and self-worth. These are organised in the form of interactive workshops and video clips. Last year’s event attracted 17 teams both men and ladies and all of them received football uniforms and trophies for winners in different categories. Thanks to KIT-AID Charity in the UK for donating uniforms, mostly from premier league clubs. We had other fascinating games of tug of war, volleyball, head balancing with bottle, egg on spoon, speed eating and sack race. This year’s events will even be bigger and better. Local schools have benefitted from this programme and so far 6 primary schools have received football uniforms and balls in the past two years.