SALTs succeeds with its work in many different fields:
- 100 coaches and referees are involved in organizing 60 football league games per week. 2,000 players from three provinces play in the SALT leagues.
- SALT passes on 100% of the donated money to its projects.
- The Mighty Girls won the National Women’s Championship.
- SALT is accepted as a member of streetfootballworld (http://www.streetfootballworld.org/). The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) selects SALT Academy for support funds from the Dream Asia Movement – citing SALT’s excellent proposal and organizational capacity.
- SALT academy graduates 28 D-license coaches in cooperation with the Football Federation of Cambodia.
- International 7-a-side tournament, including two American teams. While Mighty Girls teams take first and second place.
- Second annual Summer School keeps kids busy during sommer months and out of possible human traffiking.
- U14 Women’s National Team competes in the ‘AFC Festival of Football’ in Vietnam. The first victory ever for Cambodian Women’s is recorded against Vietnam. 16 out the 22 participating players are trained and educated by SALT Academy.
- Samuel Schweingruber receives the honor medal by the Cambodian government for the achievements he has reached through his extraordanary way of helping underprivileged children through football.