Physical Active Youth
In addition, one day in a week is dedicated to life skills training on topics of relevance for the local community as well as the Namibian society as a whole. The programme was founded in 2003 through the initiative of Dr Donovan Dominic Zealan, a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics, Science and Sport Education, Faculty of Education, at the University of Namibia. His rationale was that physical education must be seen as an integral part of the general education process in order to make a meaningful contribution to improvement of the quality of life of young people, that will enable them to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to function effectively in society.
One of the main reasons that the current education faces so much strain is based on the weak psycho-social circumstances that most of these learners come from. The P.A.Y. model adresses this issue by constructively structuring after school time as well as engaging in a community dialogue with all stakeholders of education process including parents, leaders, administrators and above all, the learners themselves.
Through education and sports, P.A.Y. helps decrease juvenile crime, teenage sexual activity and substance abuse. In this way, P.A.Y. contributes a great deal towards positively shaping the lives of underpriviliged youth. Moreover, we provide an opportunity for support and volunteerism, thereby enabling all Namibians to assume responsibility for the future of their communities.
Erongomed supports this initiative by assisting them with First Aid Kits and wall clocks for the classrooms.
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