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Aktive Annual Report 2016/17


30 Aktive Annual Report 2016/2017 1,500 Girls have been engaged in informal or formal sport and recreation opportunities through HERA - Everyday Goddess

Aktive Annual Report 2016/2017 31 Hera – Everyday Goddess is a pilot project with a holistic approach, aimed at empowering girls aged 10-18 years (previously 13-18 years) to become active for life in formal and informal sport and recreation. The project has a participant-led focus with the needs and wants of the participant at the centre of all activities. To empower girls, first there must be a shift in the approach that sport and recreation providers take to engaging girls. 2017/16 saw the beginning of the curation of case studies and resources that will be made available to the sector as a tool kit to support the needed shift in thinking. The past year has seen HERA – Everyday Goddess support and connect organisations that are willing to listen and work with girls, including: Sisters of Shred, Massey Park Pools, Papatoetoe High School, Otahuhu College, SOUL, Green Bay College, College Sport Auckland, Counties Manukau Sport Coordinators, Police Fitness squads, iSPORT Foundation, Social Workers in secondary schools, Papatoetoe Cricket, Otahuhu Pool & Leisure Centre, Onboard Skate, Equip’d - Birkenhead College, Manurewa Football Club, New Zealand Rugby and the three provincial unions’ woman development officers. Aktive acknowledges the funding given by Sport New Zealand, NZCT and Auckland Council for this pilot project. 2016/17 highlights include: • Supporting New Zealand’s first Hobbyhorse event held on Waiheke Island, driven by an 11 year old girl and fully participant led • 12 week HERA – Everyday Goddess programme run at Otahuhu Pool & Leisure Centre • Launch of HERA – Everyday Goddess website • 1,500 girls have been engaged in informal or formal sport and recreation opportunities through HERA – Everyday Goddess. “I have been attending the HERA programme at Otahuhu Pool & Leisure Centre for six weeks now since first hearing about it through school. HERA has helped me become active with using the facilities services like the pools/ stadium and we have also been doing self-defense through Taekwon-Do.” HERA - Everyday Goddess Participant “Overall, I really love the HERA programme as its opening so many opportunities for me to experience new things. I look forward to Wednesdays and Saturdays when I attend the programme.” HERA - Everyday Goddess Participant

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