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This update & the pictures from one of our partners in Nepal just goes to show how committed some of our partners go to help children play:

Nepal mountains

We have been working with 10 networks who almost covered most of the areas in Nepal. Later this year, we are traveling to three different remote places to lead community sports trainings. We are also distributing sports equipment in a city which is near to Tibetan border. Most of these places have Sherpa communities.

Nepal_bridge_to_church

Nepal roads

bikes in Nepal

Looks like a lot of work to get to this:

Nepal soccer clinic 2019

Here is an encouraging update from Admirals, one of our partners in Moldova:

team pic 2019

As a basketball academy we see the need in sharing values in the world of sport. We want our players to have growing relationships with team members and in faith. We started a character study for them, in a year it grew up and now we are having 25 players, coaches, members of the family who are joining this group every Thursday.

It is a big joy for us to see how older players are coaching youngest ones and sharing lessons and stories with them on the daily basis.

Currently we have 5 teams of boys and girls of different ages who are coached every day!

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working to build healthy communities & help children play!

Here is an encouraging update from one of our South African partners & an opportunity to support them!

cycling by shop 2019

The Prochorus Development Cycling project has had its second incident of theft. This time luckily only four bikes were stolen. After seriously upgrading security we hope and pray that this will not happen again.

The team of boys and girls are increasing as the summer days are back and they enjoy learning and racing. We have a family who does home schooling with their children and their three boys are now joining the group rides on a regular basis. The cross cultural interaction does the boys very well and they have really become friends. The father is also passionate about the development of children and we are looking at opportunities to implement “The World Needs A Father” principles with the boys and hopefully involve their parents (especially Dads) in this soon.

cycling team 2019

There’s also a new tool we’re starting to implement on the programme, which develops the occupational intelligence of the kids and helps them to overcome their distorted thinking and beliefs. I believe this will make a deep impact in their lives.

Various other activities are done, like swimming and running lessons, to give the kids balanced physical development.

swim cycling 2019
We’re hoping to permanently register on GlobalGiving, but we need to raise $ 5000 by 27 September 2019, any help will be greatly appreciated. The project campaign can be found on the GlobalGiving website: www.globalgiving.org named “Cycling Whole Life Coaching For @Risk African Kids”

Ball Project is thankful for all of our partners working hard 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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