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

BP Nepal practice passing 2013

Sport development in Nepal has been serving a variety of groups and communities through sport for almost two decades. Ball Project has been a wonderful partner for many years for many areas of Nepal sport development .

We have soccer and basketball for the children, young adults and adults. Basketball coaching twice each week and soccer coaching, friendly matches and tournaments for all ages almost all season.

We work with 12 plus coaches and community sport leaders face to face each week.

BP Nepal practice dribbling cones 2013

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working hard to help children play.

Here is a good update from one of our partners in Nepal:

referees

Recently, we were working on the inter-church football tournament. Last year there were 32 Teams that participated. We even did a pastors friendly game. Some of the balls were helped by Ball Project. We hope this year too will bring the blessings to the different teams and guys who will be participating in our 10th inter-church football tournament.

It is “Our ground where we roll your (Ball Projects) blessings…”

Thank you very much for your encouragement and generosity towards our work. Highly appreciated your friendship and Ball project partnership. 

Thankfully our work is growing day by day and serving together to build something like heaven on Earth. 

We are celebrating 20 birthday of our sports work in Nepal. We are having several events for the kids, youth, and the inter-church football tournament.  basketball ministry twice in the week every week.and other several friendship football matches. We need your prayer support. 

As you know that we  have very less local financial support though we are grateful about their involvement in various ways helping sports development and community building.  So any and all financial support from Ball Project are highly appreciated.

soccer kids

Ball Project is grateful for our friends & partners around the world working hard to build community & help children play.

Here is a short update from one of our partners in Kathmandu:

Ambassadors clinic 3

We are running a regular soccer academy on the weekends for the children age 6 to 17 who are divided into different age groups.

Due to monsoon, we have closed down our training and will resume after monsoon.

Ambassadors clinic
We will be supporting balls in Mahottari region where many community kids come and play and coaches have the opportunity to reach out to these kids.

We will be adding full time and a part time coach soon which will help us impact and reach many children.

Ambassadors clinic 2

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working week in & week out to build their communities & help children play.

 

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“Give me a ball and I’ll have a thousand kids chasing after it.” –Solomon, Kenya

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