FFA Global challenges and motivates young people to develop to their fullest potential; athletically, socially, academically and spiritually.
Long-term goals: For young people to attain their full athletic potential.
Milestones: To give football training, build team spirit, develop discipline and andurance, provide an understanding of the body´s functions and needs, and strengthen individual skills.
Methods: FFA Global´s young participants are assigned to selected football clubs and academies where they are challenged and developed further.
Long-term goals: For young people to complete their schooling to the best of their ability and become motivated to further their education using all their personal gifts and abilities.
Milestones: That they engage positively with their schooling, consistently complete homework, perform well academically and be examples to their peers.
Methods: Each FFA Global player has a personal mentor who maintains contact with teachers and receives regular reports from the
school. If needed, mentors can initiate support measures in cooperation with the home or school.
Long-term goals: For young people to develop social skills and become fully functioning and responsible members of society.
Milestones: That youth learn basic social skills enabling them to take responsibility for themselves and others, keep to schedules, function well in group situations, show kindness and consideration for others, and respect for parents, teachers and other leaders.
Methods: Life class meetings, regular interactive gathers in which basic values and questions about life are taught and discussed. Personal mentors further give advice, correction and encouragement in cooperation with the home, the school and the football club.
Long-term goals: The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that children must have access to information and material aimed at the promotion of his or her social, spiritual and moral well-being (Article 17). In accordance with this FFA Global encourages the development of a personal faith as a vital aspect of good character, a good character, including active involvement in a local faith community.
Milestones: That the young people reflect regularly and deeply on their beliefs, character and goals in life.
Methods: Life classes once a week, led by mature and experienced leaders who have undergone FFA Global’s Life Class training program. Access to a personal mentor who has undergone FFA Global’s mentoring training.