In 2021 Prochorus had quite a strong focus on the mental & spiritual development of the boys on the cycling project. With a great volunteer who also became staff, we were able to be very consistent with the mentoring sessions. The addition of the Friday Amplified Youth meetings worked great to complement the rest of the program. We also had a strong focus on academics on the side of our aftercare program.

Strict discipline allowed the boys to find their rhythm and safety in the clear expectations. We found this to be necessary since the fluctuating lockdown measures in schools brought about a lot of inconsistencies in their life and perhaps even laziness. The year ended on quite a high note with the 10-year celebration camp and a wonderful year-end party for all the children involved in the projects. Racing on events has become more of a norm again and the boys seem to enjoy the opportunity to do this even more than before. We all hope 2022 will be a year where more events could be attended.

We are very grateful for the support from Ball Project

Ball Project is grateful for our partners working to encourage & train young people, build community & help children play.

Greetings friends, God bless you, we share the corresponding report for Ball Project.

Thank God we were able to buy all the budgeted, three of the items (the pump for inflating balls, the cones and the bag or ball carrier mesh), we got them on sale, which allowed us to additionally purchase two indoor soccer balls, a ball of mini basketball and an additional jump rope, with this the totality of the requested budget was covered; God is good.

The indoor soccer balls and part of the material we are using in a soccer academy that we started in another town with two brothers, soccer coaches whom we are training.

With a great desire in our hearts to meet our goals for this year, we can say that we are off to a good start. Soon we will begin two more spaces where we will do leadership development using basketball as a tool.

Thank you very much, God bless you.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working faithfully to build communities & help children play.

A short but encouraging update from one of our African partners in Angola:

That´s great to share what happening with sports development. Because of the pandemic all sport activities was stopped. But we found a way to give opportunities to kids for playing, we called it as a recreation, because recreation was allowed.

I continue supporting a sport club and having the balls is a big joy. We used footballs to reach two new cities and the balls were a mean of transport to engage and empower church and community leaders on sports leadership development for their young people.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working faithfully to serve their communities, develop young people into leaders & help children play.

Help children play

“Give me a ball and I’ll have a thousand kids chasing after it.” –Solomon, Kenya

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