Kids at the clinic learning the skills of the game
Timeout4Africa Foundation continues to spread its mission all over Nigeria. In December 2019, the Timeout4Africa team made it back to Jos for a two day instructional clinic. We partnered with Bishop Kwash and his team again at Zambiri school grounds in Nyango Chwel. Jos for our " Growing the Game" series 2nd edition with 75 school kids for 3schools in the area. Our team presented the team with 120 T-shirts, 6 basketballs, and 10 pairs of basketball shoes. The clinic was an instructional clinic where school kids were taught life skills and fundamental basketball skills. Our project leader Mrs Briggs and some few parents was also on hand to make sure the kids were well taken care of and feed lunch each of the clinic days. The students were encouraged to be good citizens and stay in school, and to practice the spirit of sportsmanship when they are playing sports.
The Patron of the school Mrs Kwashi again was very appreciative and also individually thank members of our team for making the 7 hour drive from Minna to organize the clinic.
Thank you again for helping us extend our work to reach more kids this year. You are helping us to change the lives of children and families. Please stay connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, @Timeout4Africa and on our website at TimeOut4Africa.com. Please share our work with friends and continue to support us.
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Presentation time with Bishop and coach Nelly.
A clinic attendee asking questions.
Our winners with Bishop Kwashi
Final group picture with most of the kids & staff.