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We were able to donate balls to our academy players during the lockdown for their self training and are being mentored by our coach.

We have started the work at new location in partnership with local team there. We have seen significant change in the lives of two boys specially S and A. They were very rough in their behavior and wouldn’t listen anyone or could be tamed. It has been almost 3 months now of our regular coaching and with love and guidance they have changed now. The boys now show good behaviour, are disciplined and play along with the rest of the team.

We were able to donate a ball at Nawalpur to one of our camp associate female coach who is now coaching 20 young girls at her village.

We were also able to donate 3 balls at remote village of Lalitpur where the young boys come to play though the field is very rocky.

We have been able to continue to mentor our senior players from academy and build good relationships with them.

Through Ambassadors we have been able to impact the lives of children and coaches and indirectly the families too.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners in Nepal & around the world working faithfully to help children play.

Here is an encouraging update from one of our partners in Nepal:

We were able to donate some balls in Nawalpur last year, where one of our associates coaches girls and boys teams. We were very happy to learn that one of the girls from his team has been mentored and been greatly helped in her life. She is 14 years old and from a very poor family. She was much influenced by her team players who had already been mentored too. And thank God for the opportunity that football provided for her to learn the game and get to know our coach and be part of our team.


Training for girls at the village has been started in Bartadi, Nawalpur. We had donated one ball in January and they have started the team and project there.

Thank you Ball Project for allowing us to be the bridge in communities.

Ball Project is constantly amazed by our partners around the world working hard to build their communities & help children play!

Here is an encouraging update from one of our UK partners Ambassadors Football:

We have seen a reduced number of activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However as soon as the Football Association allowed us to coach kids we started doing so. Many schools are not allowing external groups to train, but we also train on Saturday mornings on the local field.


When we returned to coaching one mother said that she had not seen her son smiling so much for 3 months.

We will have 3 football camps this month, having planned 11. We hope to start to have more in the holidays from school in October and into 2021.


Next week we have 60 kids in one camp, 18 in another and in two weeks’ time 20 more in London.

Income is difficult during the crisis. The Ball Project funds help to provide balls, which means we can still use other funds for salaries and other project costs. Thank you.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working to help their communities & to 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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