Right to Play Uganda
A Play Day at an urban slum project in Kampala
Waiting for the rain to stop
Integrating play and HIV/AIDS messages
Right to Play Trainers
"Internally Displaced Kids " in northern Gulu, Uganda
A soccer field in the heart of the IDP Camp
Kids at play....
The balls they play with
Girls and Boys team formed with donated soccer equipment from Calgary
warming up for a game
Kibera Kenya, 2nd largest slum in Africa - Kibera has a population of approximately 1 million people, living in an area equal to about 75% of the area of Manhattan's Central Park (approximately 2.5 square kilometres)
Soccer is a central part of life in Kibera - Arsenal Central Kibera!!!!
Manchester United fans in Kibera!
Equipment donated to a primary school in Kibera
School kids at play in Kibera
The local boys soccer team
A local soccer festival hosted by Carolina for Kibera Sports Program
The power of female sports celebrities warning against HIV/AIDS
And female role models
A Kibera striker through and through - a teenage girl proud to play soccer!
Young women coaching girls
Referees a necessary part of soccer program development
Community facilities need upgrading
Balls need to be built for African conditions
A local NGO which builds balss for Africa
and hires women to support their livelihood
The finished product