The contribution sport can make towards peace-building efforts has generally been considered at the grassroots and nation state levels.
At the grassroots or community level, sport can be seen to provide a useful way of creating an environment in which people can come together to: work towards the same goal, show respect for others and share space and equipment. All these aspects are crucial to peace-
building processes and are exemplified in findings from a Peace Players International programme.The programme ‘bridging divides’ uses Sport to bring children and communities together.
An assessment of the programme shows that the majority of participants expressed fewer racial stereotypes and less racism compared to People who
were not part of the programme.
A study on the role of sport in fostering social integration among different ethnic groups showed that several factors contributed to the use of sport being successful in bringing about exchange and building relationships between different groups, including sport’s non-verbal means of communication; sport as a means to engage in collective experience and establish direct physical contact; and sport’s ability to transcend class divisions.
Inline with the Above, SOLID FRIENDS CLUB OF NIGERIA have donated a Trophy 🏆 as their Contributions to the Peace Building process of this administration lead by Rev Godwill Sol to be played Among various Tribes on the Mambilla plateau to foster unity.
Mambilla and Fulani One Team.
Panso and Kambu One Team.
Kaka and other tribes on the Mambilla Plateau one team.
Igbo and other tribes in Nigeria residing on Mambilla Plateau One Team.
Comrade A Z Mohammed Kabri
For :Peace Team.