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1GOAL campaign connects with Nokia and uses the power of mobile to help send 72 Million children to school
21 June 2010
1GOAL campaign connects with Nokia and uses the power of mobile to help send 72 Million children to school   ·         1GOAL Application launched by Nokia on the Ovi store ·         Free Application places fans’ in the picture’ with their favourite 1Goal ambassadors ·         Nokia is an Official Mobile Handset...
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Shakira visits school in Soweto with 1GOAL campaign
9 June 2010
 SHAKIRA VISITS SCHOOL IN SOWETO WITH 1GOAL CAMPAIGN Calls to make education for all children lasting legacy of 2010 FIFA World Cup 9th June 2010--  In anticipation of the World Cup Kick-off Celebration Concert, 1GOAL Ambassador Shakira today visited Isu’lihle Primary School in Soweto to meet and speak with students, learn about their hopes for a high quality education and dance the "Waka Waka" from her official World Cup song "Waka Waka (This...
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1GOAL: Zuma announces education summit as Blatter confirms 1GOAL as lasting legacy from the World Cup
6 June 2010
For immediate relase, vision available from thenewsmarket.com/join1goal Sunday 6 June, 2010 1GOAL: ZUMA ANNOUNCES EDUCATION SUMMIT AS BLATTER CONFIRMS 1GOAL AS THE LASTING LEGACY FROM THE WORLD CUP Johannesburg: 1GOAL campaign today welcomed the announcement of the 1GOAL Education Summit on July 7th and the commitment of President Jacob Zuma and President Sepp Blatter of FIFA to ensuring that 1GOAL Education for All would be the lasting legacy of the World Cup. At a press conference...
Media contacts
Head offices
England
Sam Barratt
+ 44 7818 406050
South Africa
Estelle Marais
+27 11 447 4111
1GOAL: Education for All
1GOAL is a campaign seizing the power of football to get all children into school and learning. Run by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE), 1GOAL mobilised millions to help ensure Education For All is a lasting legacy of the FIFA World Cup. We continue to call on world leaders to make education a reality for 69 million children by 2015.