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Joseph Kamwendo Foundation director and owner, Joseph Kamwendo, is confident his organisation will attract more partners once Covid-19 pandemic is over.

Kamwendo, a former Be Forward Wanderers and Flames midfielder, said some companies had shown interest to partner the body but discussions were halted due to the pandemic.

“Most organisations whom we approached are willing to work with us. As a foundation we want to identify talent from the grassroots. We are targeting rural areas because that’s where most of the talent goes unnoticed. We also would like to reach out to the needy,” he said.

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Kamwendo, who launched his foundation in March, said he was confident his dream would come true after the foundation recently partnered with a non-governmen tal organisation-Youth Wave-to raise awareness on the dangers of Covid -19 through digital messages.

Through the partnership, the Flames legend is the partnership’s spokesperson for all activities on Covid-19 for the two organisations.

“If we partnered with Youth Wave that means we have the potential and we can partner with others companies and organisations as well,” the former Orlando Pirates and TP Mazembe midfielder said.

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Recently, Kamwendo disclosed that his foundation was planning to introduce inter-schools tournaments in districts. For starters JK Foundation intends to launch the tournament in Mchinji.

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