Hana FC has resumed their normal training schedule after a long break from the HFA 2016 season.
A statement from the club said, this year 2017, Hana FC is planning to enter the S-league competition and also put another team in the division one as well.
After the long break, Live & Learn is once again resumed its awareness training program with Hana FC purposely to educate those young men to be champions within the field and their families on ending violence against women.
Red Cardim Vaelens is an initiative that is sponsored by DFAT as a major sponsor and also by Child Fund Australia and being implemented by the Live & Learn office.
More than 50 young men were present during the awareness session on the topic resolving conflict without violence.
During the session, the facilitator of the awareness talk divulge specifically on the concept of violence and also present to the players and coaches on how to resolve conflict situations without violence.
The emphasis was that, players must be open minded in any conflict situation and be confident in communicating their issues with responsible people or those that they have conflict with to reach amicable conclusion.
The facilitator mentioned that, without good communication or negotiation and with open mindedness, good conclusion cannot be reached.
In reaching the end of the session, some of the senior members of Hana FC have thanked Live & Learn and their partners particularly DFAT and Child Fund Australia on helping their young men to be informed on such important messages and urge their young players to be good embassador____s for their team and family and take the messages in heart.
Golden Kiloko who is the manager of the RCV project also thanked the Hana FC members for their patients and good attitude towards their participation in the awareness program and hoping that the messages shared can help them individually in their daily life.