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Ambassadors Football Nepal has now been focusing on football training. We have trained 40 coaches and 31 coaches have already gone back to their villages and communities impacting and reaching more than 600 children and youths on a regular basis.

One of our participants PC was trained in March 2021. he went back and started coaching 25 children and now he has 106 children and youths attending 6 days a week.


We are thankful to Ball Project for helping us with the equipments and balls to reach people in Nepal.


Another coach from November batch runs a community football at Sunakothi reaching 45 girls and boys on a regular basis and mentoring them.

The program is getting multiplied in different parts of Nepal and we are more than excited how God has used the training as a tool to reach the new places through football.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners in Nepal & around the world working faithfully to train coaches, build community & 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.

This is an encouraging update from one of our partners in Haiti, Play It Forward.

Academie du sport et de leadership /Play It Forward working through sport and leadership in Haiti. We use sport as a tool to mentor and develop young leaders. Sport is a unique opportunity that we have to work with children, youth and families. We are working with coaches and athletes to train and equip them to be godly leaders in the sporting fields, leadership and modeling. Currently, we are working with more than 130 coaches across Haiti and helping them form community leadership teams.

We use the Ball Project funds to supply our sport academy as well as 130 coaches all over Haiti who are affiliated with the movement. I meet with these coaches 3 times a year to keep them motivated in their work with children and to share the vision of working in communities through sport. I’m not able to supply all of them, so those who really catch the vision, show faithfulness in their work, and stay connected in our WhatsApp group are the ones who receive the sport equipment so they can work more effectively. These coaches receive training and sport equipment to work with thousands of children and youth in Haiti. With the Ball Project funds, thousands of children and youth are being transformed by learning who is God and how to be a leader in their community. They will be changed by living out the heart values. They will learn to make our community look better. They will understand the role of a coach in their life as a father who will help them to succeed in life.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working faithfully to develop young leaders, 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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