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Fridah coordinates all MTG activities in Vitengeni. She was an allround field leader and volunteer who was also once elected as the best player of her field! MTG has helped Fridah to develop her skills and that has made her to someone who makes appropriate decisons. That is what she also wishes for all the MTG girls.
I got to know Moving the Goalposts in 2005, because my school participated in the MTG secondary school tournament. After finishing school I joined MTG as a volunteer in 2009. I was elected as a field leader. In that role I coordinated all the MTG activities in my field. Since I was no longer in school I was also available to be trained as a peer educator, a counselor, a coach and photographer. And yes, I have also been elected as the best player! I am working as a Divisional Coordinator in Vitengeni. I like the way MTG implements its activities. We work closely with the community, though I think we could involve more partners and stakeholders, so that they become more aware what MTG wants to achieve. Although MTG is empowering girls through football, it is not football that is the most important. It is the development of girls in different skill areas. MTG has helped me to develop my skills and that has made me to someone who make appropriate decisons. That is what I also wish for all the MTG girls.