YFC/KZN Khayalethu Project held a meeting with all the stakeholders of the Mountain- Rise Community Sports Day at YFC/KZN main office on Tuesday, 14 May 2019. The purpose of the meeting was for the team to engage and interact with the stakeholders prior to the day of the event. The meeting saw various stakeholders sharing ideas that can make the sports day a great success.
Mada Ramsamy who was speaking on behalf of the KZN Department of Health said they feel honored to be part of the event that will impact the community of Mountain-Rise positively. “We are excited to work with YFC/KZN Khayalethu Project in giving hope, support and care to various communities. Our department will be providing health care services and screening throughout the event. We will be conducting Voluntary Testing and Counseling, TB screening, family planning and many more”, said Ramsamy.
Khayalethu Community Project Facilitator, Zinhle Memela said they hope the sports day event will enhance the spirit of teamwork and good relationships in various families and the entire community of Mountain-Rise. “We believe that, sports is a proper tool to unite people since it requires teamwork, discipline and determination. We hope this event will have a positive impact on children, youth and adults”, said Memela.
The meeting consisted of representatives from various departments such as KZN Department of Sports and Recreation, KZN Department of Health, South African Police Services, UKZN CDA, TB and HIV Care, MATCH, Imbali Active Studio, PMB Events, The Beauty Box Spa and others.