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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.

Multiplication of community sports teams in the South of Russia

Last year, a team of community sports leaders in partnership with another organization organized a leadership and capacity building training that was wonderful and there were leaders from different cities in the south of the country.
After the training, some leaders received floorball equipment and frisbee discs.

At the moment, the sports programs have begun several cities. The leaders started frisbee and floorball clubs in each of those cities.
This year, the guys plan to open a floorball league in a new region and start sports projects in 3 new cities. We will be organizing a training of sports leadership and coordinating community programs for the local team. We will bring frisbee and football equipment there.

Thank God that new cities are being reached and the community sports programs for young people are multiplying.


Thank you Ball Project for your support!

Ball Project is thankful for our partners all over the world working faithfully in challenging situations to build community, develop young leaders & help children play.

3 boys with 3 balls

Our work is focus on community development through sports (football),working with children ages 8-15, We work with a total number of 120 in four communities in Lagos and Ogbadibo Benue. We meet three times in a week for football training and mentor them, thereby building relationship with their parents and community.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners, like Ambassadors, working faithfully to build community & 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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