Children and youth both boys and girls of all ages directly coached and impacted.
To holistically develop and equip children, youth and emerging leaders from refugee camp, and marginalized communities into impactful leaders through their talent.
To holistically prepare athletes, coaches and emerging leaders to serve and influence the world on and off the sports field.
More Than Sport & Play
Our goal is to serve and develop these forcibly displaced persons and the host community by conducting sports activity for all age groups, provide fixed and consumable sports equipment and resources, and leadership training programmes both local and international.
Dadaab refuge camp Was established in 1991, Dadaab is the biggest refugee camp in the world. Originally constructed for 90,000 people fleeing civil war in Somalia, the camp would eventually host over 460,000 refugees and asylum seekers during one of the worst droughts ever recorded in East Africa in 2011.
Kakuma Refugee Camp serves refugees who have been forcibly displaced from their home countries due to war or persecution. It was established in 1992 to serve the 23,000 Sudanese refugees, and has since expanded to serve refugees from Somalia, Ethiopia, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Uganda, and Rwanda.
Kalobeyei Refugee Camp settlement comprises of 3 villages: Village 1, 2 and 3. Following a continuous influx of South Sudanese refugees, after renewed conflict broke out in South Sudan in December 2013, UNHCR requested the allocation of additional land for the expansion of the Kakuma Refugee Camp, further to several previous requests that had already been sent to the Ministry of Interior and National Coordination, occasioned by the need to decongest the Kakuma camp, which was (by June 2015) hosting a population of 183,000 individuals, as compared to the capacity of 70,000 that it was designed for.
Every penny helps towards our mission and objectives. We thank these generous donors for their contribution towards our goals.
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