A Champion for Children: Danielle’s Story
Danielle was just eight when the Burundi Civil War broke out in 1993. By 15, she had lost her family and was a refugee. Right To Play was present in her camp, and she became involved in 2002. She quickly became a young leader. This is her story.
Big Goals: Tauseef’s Story
Tauseef is from the well-known football hub of Lyari, Pakistan. But the town is also plagued with poverty, violence and drugs. Tauseef and Right To Play are working with the boys and girls of Lyari to build confidence, communication, and leadership skills.
Finding the Strength to Help Others: Aya’s Story
Before Right To Play became a part of her life, Aya was shy and nervous in group settings. Now, she fearlessly speaks to groups of girls and leads them through confidence-building activities.
Helping Young Refugees Prevent HIV: Robert’s Story
Robert was skeptical of the power of play at first. But he quickly discovered that play-based learning and sport for development could change the lives of young refugees and children living in poverty in Uganda.
Witnessing the power of hope in action: Karen Conway's story
For over a decade, Karen Conway has been inspired by the children in Right To Play programs, and has been working to expand our impact around the globe. This is her story.
Dreaming Big: Eh Myo Oo’s Story
Eh Myo Oo is a Takraw star in New Zealand. Just a few years ago, he was in a refugee camp in Thailand, struggling to access the outside world. This is his story.
Sharing a Legacy of Learning – Karin Howell's Story
As a teacher in Switzerland, Karin Howell quickly discovered the power play has on children's ability to learn. That is what brought her to Right To Play.
Witnessing Transformation, Advocating for Education: Allyson Felix’s Story
Education has always been an important part of Allyson Felix’s life. Providing education opportunities for others is why the legendary Olympian joined the Right To Play team.
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