Active Communities Development Fund Southampton
- The project will increase and sustain lifelong
participation in kabaddi and improve the level
and quality of delivery through a variety of
coaching schemes and the development of
coach education coaching programmes.
- The project will increase participation in
by BME communities, women and girls and
people with disabilities.
- The project will ensure that the sport of
will play an important role in providing
opportunities for young people to ‘bridge
gap between school and community’.
- The project will use participation in kabaddi
means to improve health, promote social inclusion
and promote community cohesion.
To date the Southampton ACDF have
sessions as part of the curriculum at Secondary,
and Primary Schools in Southampton, after school
and school Inset days. The ACDF project has also
delivered a number of kabaddi awareness workshops
a variety of organisations including the Southampton
Institute, Newtown Adventure Playground and the
Southampton Mini Youth Games.