To develop girls leaders between the ages 8-19 years old by linking football with education, and life skills development that ensures the best breeding ground of talent locally and internationally. Download more Explore
 We aim to encourage schools to promote and kick start girls' soccer for both physical and mental fitness.
 Use soccer as a medium for job creation and to have more outreach programmes.
 Empower women by being Referees, Coaches , Leaders and Role Models.
 Empower young women to become HIV/ AIDS advocates, and to create awareness in their communities
 Keep girls away from the streets and avoiding early pregnancies.
 Form partnership with other stakeholders in particular arms of Government Sports Bodies locally and international.
 Play a major role in building women football which will be parallel to men's development and promotional league.
Our goal is to create a breeding ground and a reliable platform and a source of talent for the women national squad. This will be done through the creation and establishment of local girls' soccer tournaments in the short term and national and International tournaments in the long term. The main objective which needs immediate action include striking partnership with other government departments at local, provincial and national level, and creating ongoing contacts with other sports bodies within and outside the country. Our long term objective is to play a major role in building women football, which will be parallel to men's development, by organizing the formation of women committees and league games played, starting from School level, SAFA Local football Associations, Regional , Provincial and National. We want to see women make things happen.
 Develop future Role Models and Entrepreneurs and use football as a career for job creation.
 Start a home for the girl child in soccer sport in Gauteng as part of the a legacy, starting 2011.
 Support growth and development of girl children through capacity building which include referees, administration and coach's courses.
 To promote and build awareness of sports and help to overcome cultural barriers.
 Recruit players from schools' teams to play for the clubs in their LFA'S (Local Football Association).
 Recruit players from schools' teams to play for the clubs in their LFA'S (Local Football Association).
There are THREE Tournaments throughout the season that Dlala Ntombazana organises. * Dlala Ntombazana Tshwane Schools/ LFA'S Finals in September * Dlala Ntombazana Tshwane HIV/Aids Tournament in December * Dlala Ntombazana National Cup of Dreams in August * After-school Football Programme for girls
A new area of involvement for Dlala Ntombazana is in our local communities, providing support and care to affected individuals and households. We help refer cases to the correct authorities in respect of, for example, the following: * Orphans * Granny headed families, and * Child headed families
Youth leadership programmes and activities are aimed at developing the youth into leaders of tomorrow. We conduct training on issues such as HIV/AIDS, healthy living, and life skills.
We work with schools to help them established women/girls football teams that play in local football association.
There are a number of Capacity Building workshops for coaches, educators and players. * SAFA coaching courses from D to A licence for women and girls * SAFA Referees courses * SAFA Administrators courses * 1st Aid Courses * Leadership and Mentorship Programmes as well as Life Skills Development * Events Management * IT Programmes

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