Street People Programmes
Outreach work on the streets building relationships
MOD Programme (Mass operation for Development) – a inter-ministry project.
Grown from one team playing soccer for fun to today having six division from u/10 yrs to premier team competing under SAFA CT
Established the 20/20 community street soccer initiative and building towards setting up a community league
Homeless World Cup
Oasis is the official NGO in RSA responsible to put together a team to play Annually at the HWC tournament
Oasis is an Allumni partner to Fight For Peace INTL. Golden Stars Boxing club as partnered with us to help it grow and develop and the aim is to build lifeskills and development progrmmes into the sport
To also cater for the needs of women Oasis linked up with 11 Attackers netball team to do same as with boxing and soccer. To date another 12 teams seem to be interested to join OASIS. We are looking to set up a league too.
Working with volunteers from the International Citizen Service based in UK, Oasis provide football and life skills coaching to children aged 9 -15 years old in seven schools within the Cape Flats area
Oasis in partnership with ICS, provide football, life skills, coaching and various workshops (HIV/Aids awareness, learning programmes and arts and cultural training) for out of school unemployed youths, aged between 17-25.
This is a new initiative and we are an Allumni partner with Fight For Peace International - a global NGO who actively engages with marginalized individuals in Rio de Janeiro and London, offering boxing coaching and life skills. Our programme engages the same methodology.
Oasis Football Club Oasis provides after-school coaching to over 90 children, aged 8-16 years old, from four local schools.
Oasis also run other non-football focused sporting events throughout the year eg. football, netball, an assault course and tug-of-peace activities. Our newest code for Netball is called the 11 Attachers, which focusses on the informal settlement of Vrygrond near Muizenberg.
Oasis provides in-school coaching to eleven local schools The aim of the programme is to prevent youth from engaging in anti-social activities such as gangsterism and substance abuse, by equipping them with life skills which will assist them in making better decisions at an early
age, to the benefit of their future. This year we have a clear three month programme leading up to Worlds Aids Day (1 December). Intense HIV/Aids and other social ills awareness is made through the use of street soccer. Close on 6000 learners from primary school will receive this information during the campaign. All class teams will get the opportunity of participating in the LIFE Finals.
Oasis engages with young adults, between the ages of 14-35 and our aim is to create football leagues in twenty local communities by the year 2020. We have already initiated leagues in two communities, each with ten teams participating
Open to youths aged 17 years and upwards, the programme incorporates life skills training, HIV/AIDS awareness, as well as training camps in preparation for the Homeless World Cup, which takes place annually.
The vision of the Homeless World Cup is to use the power of football to transform the lives of homeless people all over the world. And that vision is becoming a reality in 70 countries – involving hundreds of thousands of players since 2003.
54 teams from around the world play 350 fast-paced games for 7 trophies, supported by millions of fans.
Help us send our South African team!
The festival brings together up to 100 teams of young people from disadvantaged communities all over the world, chosen not for their skills on the field but for their commitment to making the world a better place using the power of football.
Help us send our South African team to Lyon, France