- published: 13 Feb 2016
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Full Korean documentary on Malawi’s first-ever international archers, subtitled in English. Following coach Park and her team of young archers from a poverty-stricken part of Malawi to the 2015 Archery World Cup stage in Antalya. Thanks to coach Park, the Malawian team and the video producers for allowing us to share! See more archery at www.archery.tv and www.worldarchery.org - - - - Athletes: Areneo David; Mark Abell Tags: Documentary Commentary: English
Match between Eritrea- Malawi in the Cecafa Tusker Challenge Cup 2012 on the 29/11/. 1-0 Msowoya 3` 2-0 Mhone 11` 3-0 Msowoya 67` 3-1 Ghide 69` 3-2 Tecleab 90` (pen.) The 2012 CECAFA Cup, sponsored by East African Breweries and officially named the 2012 CECAFA Tusker Challenge Cup, was the 36th edition of the annual CECAFA Cup, an international football competition consisting of national teams of member nations of the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA). The tournament, which was held in Uganda from 24 November to 8 December, saw South Sudan participate in their first international football tournament. Hosts Uganda beat Kenya in the final to extend their record to 13 titles.
A brief video concerning the sport in Malawi, focusing on the popularity of football within this African nation. Visit our website to donate as much or as little as you can afford: http://www.educateafrica.co.uk/ At Educate Africa, we are extremely appreciative of the support, so wish to thank all those who have donated, by crediting the top five donors on the website.
Volunteer to help develop sports and life skills of children in rural communities in Malawi, who otherwise have limited access to sports access and equipment. This video gives a short insight into what life and sport is like for children growing up in Malawi and how you can contribute to improving this as a volunteer. As part of this exciting initiative you will assist with primary school education in under-resourced rural schools, as well as coaching various sports in the afternoons. http://www.volunteerafrica.com/Volunteer-Projects/lake-malawi-teaching-sports-volunteer-project