A collection of local football clubs in Tanzania have been working with SAFC's head of international football development, Graham Robinson, to discover new ways to improve their performances both on and off the pitch.
The off-the-pitch lessons were given to help the clubs in financial planning and budgeting, with Robinson also delivering a number of footballing sessions focusing on areas such as possession, shooting, passing and ball control.
The club's football partnership with Acacia Mining has seen them support the organisation's corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, delivering SAFC recognised community sports initiatives to community sites across the north-west region of Tanzania.
Graham Robinson said: "The overall aim is to help the different clubs create a more sustainable environment for its players and staff by creating a plan that not only benefits the club's performance on the pitch, but also the business side of it.
"Each club showed a lot of passion and were very forward thinking and keen to learn. Hopefully the lessons they have learned over the past few days will have a positive outcome and benefit not only the club but the communities in which they operate."