Examples from the field
The Sport for Development Resource Toolkit contains information, teaching and learning materials which help to integrate sport into development work. The toolkit addresses itself to development workers, trainers, teaching staff, and all those interested in planning and running sport for development measures. It aims at giving methodological and didactic suggestions for lively trainings and practice-oriented courses.
The materials have been developed in different countries. If there are several examples from different countries in one category, e.g. in the category training manuals, you will find them listed by the names of the countries in alphabetical order.
We wish you many successful sport for development training courses and look forward to hearing how the toolkit met your expectations.
Fact Sheets and Brochures
This section contains fact sheets as well as brochures covering different topics. The fact sheets are listed by Sport for Development in general, by continents/countries and strategic approaches.
Factsheet ‘Sport for Development’
Fact Sheets Continent/Countries (more coming soon)
This section contains numerous training manuals developed in the context of 'sport for development' by GIZ on behalf of BMZ. The training manuals address trainers and trainers of trainers in non-formal education as well as trainers and teaching staff in the formal sector. They cover important topics like life skills, health, inclusion, and gender equity, and demonstrate how these topics can be integrated into sport training. In the training manuals you will find a rich variety of course schedules, methodological and didactic recommendations, practical exercises, and evaluation instruments, which you may wish to use or adapt for your own work.
Qualification of Trainers and Trainer of Trainers in non-formal education
Qualification of Trainers and Trainer of Trainers in Formal Education
Courses for Coaches, Trainers, Trainer of Trainers and Teachers
The sport pedagogical qualification of trainers and teaching staff is the principal element of our capacity development work in the area of sport for development. In this section you will find examples of training courses with materials going along with them which you may wish to use to develop your own training courses or workshops for coaches, trainers, or teachers.
International training seminar for Sport for Development instructors
School Sport for Girls - Qualification of Trainer of Trainers, Afghanistan
Qualification of Sport for Development Trainers and Trainers of Trainers, Colombia
Training Course Treino Social, Brazil
Planning Workshop Monitoring and Evaluation, Brazil
Training Course for Female Coaches, Jordan
Tools for your Practice
In this section you will find various tools, e.g. a template for a list of participant, which you will find helpful when you have to develop projects or organize training units.
Tools for „Monitoring and Evaluation“
In this section we present to you various tools for monitoring and evaluation like templates for pre- and post-questionnaires, observation sheets as well as guidelines for running interviews or monitoring and evaluation workshops.
Britta Heidemann, Ambassador 'Sport for Development'
(BMZ/GIZ/DOSB, 2016, German with English subtitles)
GIZ Research meets Practice: Sport for Development and Gender Equity in Afghanistan
(GIZ, English, 2015)
The cooperation between German development cooperation and the German Football Association (DFB) in the area of sport for development worldwide
(BMZ/GIZ/DFB, English, 2014)
Guidelines and Recommendations for Action
This section provides guidelines on specific topics of German development cooperation and sport. They are combined with action-oriented recommendations which demonstrate how sport can be used in a certain sector.
Further Readings and Recommended Links
Further Readings and Recommended Links
Agreement of international sport associations with reference to sport for development
Agreement of UN-Organizations with reference to sport for development
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