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Nepal is a beautiful country full of wonderful people.

Here is a great update from one of our partners there:


We have started the new season of our academy. We have around 30 kids now but the no keeps increasing every week. 5 coaches to impact the lives of the children. And we have started our father’s football too, so we can impact the lives of fathers through other fathers within the group in a long run…..


Ball Project is thankful for our partners in beautiful & remote places around the world building community & working hard to help children play!

football pitch


I am on my way to Asia to meet with partners in Nepal, Singapore & hopefully more.

It is never easy leaving family & friends at home. Thankfully 2 friends from the Ball Project Advisory Team are coming along.

Ambassadors clinic 2

As usual, the focus of the trip will be to meet with new & old friends & partners & see some projects & scout for new opportunities, as well as, find out what is working & what isn’t.


It is always good to be with partners face to face on the ground where we can share a coffee or meal, talk, listen, encourage & learn from one another as we work together to help children play.

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.

Help children play

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

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