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Here is a nice update from one of our partners in India:

Our sport organization Life Sport Academy helped reaching 25 centres and more with value based teaching and training through sport. We used football, volleyball and cricket to help teach values to kids. Overall we reached over 1500 kids with sport and value development.

As a followup, we will use this base to create deeper relationship with the players, their families and their communities and schools. This will be a long process that will go through for a considerable span of time which will help see deep transformation for the player and beyond.

All of the funds we have spent for the sport equipment during this season has been well worth the investment.

Thank you for serving alongside!

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working faithfully to help children play & working to transform lives of young people & communities over the long term.

We are back home again in the USA & back at work. It was good to go & good to be back.

The trip to Asia was very encouraging.

volleyball clinic 1

 

In India, it was fun to see kids learning & playing volleyball & cricket.

volleyball clinic 2

In Singapore, we met with a potential partner for Singapore & the region.

In Nepal, we were able to meet with the leadership teams of several partners & were encouraged to hear & see some of their projects.

BP Nepal soccer 1

 

It is always valuable to get time with old & new partners to share stories & get updates about what is happening & what is working & what isn’t.

Ball Project is honored to have so many great partners around the world working in their communities to mentor young people & help children play.

 

Here is a short but encouraging update from one of our partners in India:

Close to 30 volleyball students regularly attend coaching in the nights. Young men and women are much encouraged through this process of teaching sport and life.

volleyball clinic 3

35 cricketers have been meeting 5 times a week in the last 6 months and learning sport and life values. Every week the cricketers on taught on a special story highlighting the importance of living by good values during sport and in life.

Ball Project cricket clinic May 2013I

This is a great example of how committed volunteers & coaches can impact young people.

Ball Project is grateful to work with so many dedicated partners around the world helping their communities & helping 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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