Kibera Sport Development Programme

MISSION To empower the Kibera youth and community through sports and education. As participants of our program, youth will have better access to education and more opportunities academically and athletically, as we look to develop and nurture natural talents and abilities GOALS To demonstrate the abilities of vulnerable youth from Kibera to take active participation in multisport such as triathlons, duathlons, cycling, swimming, and running events To provide high school scholarships to Kibera children who are talented in sports and academics To empower Kibera Youth through sports and encourage good sportsmanship as a way of life/career To educate the community on social issues affecting th...

Enable Sharon Go To College and Mentor Other Girls

Enable Sharon Go To College and Mentor Other Girls
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No Limits

No Limits
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Some of Our Rising Stars

Some of Our Rising Stars
Some of our youths who have gone through 7 years of development and who will be actively involved in managing ass aspects of the academy (view small | med | large | orig)

Recruitment Age

Recruitment Age
The photo shows some of the latest recruits in the 10-year-program cycle (view small | med | large | orig)

Slowly Ever Rising

Slowly Ever Rising
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