We want equal opportunity for our daughters to play sports, so they too can derive the psychological, physiological and sociological benefits of sports participation. Sport has been one of the most important sociology-cultural learning experiences for boys and men for many years. Those same benefits should be afforded to our daughters. It is important for all of us to know that: High school girls who play sports are less likely to be involved in an unwanted pregnancy; more likely to get better grades in school and more likely to graduate than girls who do not play sports and one of CFDP goals is to protect young girls from the ills of the society and involve them in sports and life skill topics.
Girls and women who play sports have higher levels of confidence and self esteem and lower levels of depression. Sports have a more positive body image and experience higher states of psychological well-being than girls and women who do not play sports.
Girls have traditionally learned about teamwork, goal-setting, the pursuit of excellence in performance and other achievement-oriented behaviors — critical skills necessary for success in schools and communities. In an economic environment like the city of kumba, where the quality of our children’s lives will be dependent on two-income families, our daughters cannot be less prepared for the highly competitive workplace than our sons. It is no accident that CFDP have decided to organize a female league the first of its kind in kumba.
Kumba lakers, Wumjeck, Breccias and Arsenal will start the match, watch out for more updates.

Kumba Lakers Girls on the move
Kumber Lakers Girls on the move