Holland Kadish Hockey Foundation (KHF) is this Saturday scheduled to meet parents of students at Malawi National Sports Council (MNCS) offices to brief them about a training concept.
The foundation’s technical director Geofrey Biya said in an interview on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium upper ground, where over 70 children train, that, among other things, the foundation wants to share with them a concept on hockey development.
“Soon we would like to get their input as well. Our foundation has four pillars; clinics, camps, events and tours,” said Biya.
Biya, who trains the kids alongside Levi Kumwenda, says KHF has 200 registered players.
The players are in three categories; lower—aged 3-7; middle—8-11, and upper—12-14.
The foundation has its headquarters in Holland while in Africa it is in Zambia with offices in Malawi and South Africa.