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Janet Anyango Motah

Unlike most of the MTG staff members, Janet Motah joined Moving The Goalposts not as player, but as an Intern in August 2011. After her course in Mass Communication she found out about the organization when she came to visit her cousin in Kilifi.  It was a turning point in her life.

 

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Fathime Hamisi

Fathime Hamisi joined MTG was she nine years old and a very talented football player. She is still a member of the MTG United team, although she is now a staff member. No need to say that she is an enormous asset in our staff team. Fathime has always been a great role model and she still is. Who better than a young woman who grew up in MTG to help other young girls to believe in themselves?

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Rachel Muthoga

Rachel Muthoga is the Executive Director, Moving the Goalposts Kilifi (MTG), a community-based organization, established in 2001 that works with girls and young women in Kilifi and Kwale Counties in Kenya. MTG is recognized as an innovative and unique sport and development project for girls and young women.

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Esther Baya

According to Esther, it is all about determination. And determined she is. As a divisional coordinator in the new MTG area, Bamba, Esther has what it takes to involve communities in MTG activities. Bringing people together is what she likes. "MTG involves girls who are disappointed. MTG gives them a place where they can find new opportunities".

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Lydia Kasiwa

Joining MTG meant a turning point in Lydia's life. The shy girl gained confidence and was in 2007 employed as the peer led health education coordinator. Five years later, she represents MTG at national and international fora, she has her community development diploma and is ready to pursue a degree course at the University. Lydia, a good example of MTG's success.

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Shully Bakari

Shully Bakari recently joined the MTG staff as a Divisional Coordinator in Ganze. Before that, she has been very active as a volunteer. Especially as a peer educator and a counselor. The trainings that she has done in computer packages and her diploma in community development serve her well in her new job, which is a challenging mix of work in the community, supporting girls and administrative tasks. 

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Harriet Mose

Harriet believes that it is team work that leads to Moving the Goalposts' success. One of the things she likes most of MTG's work, is the girls' participation in the organization. She says: "It is good to see that girls are enjoying the game and the opportunities that MTG is giving them. I wish that more girls could enjoy MTG's fruits and successes."

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Fridah Kahindi

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.

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Lilian Mbeyu

Lilian likes how Moving the Goalposts works with girls by giving them a chance to nurture their talents and build their leadership and football skills. She acknowledges that MTG can not do this without its members, stakeholders, staff and donors. The support of all has taken MTG where it is now. Lilian hopes that these groups will together see MTG growing.

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Irene Neema Mambo

Irene has a passion for peer education. Trained as teacher she came back to Moving the Goalposts to work in the health department. "My story is a good example of how MTG can help girls. I am empowered. I facilitate trainings on reproductive health. Not only to MTG girls and peer educators, but also to girls' parents, teachers and professionals from other organizations who want to learn form MTG."

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