Play it Forward
Play it Forward harnesses the power of sport to engage children and young people in Zambia in activities focused on education, life skills and health & wellbeing. Our support, on and off the pitch, ensures that young people emerge from our programmes with new skills to succeed in school, the workforce and life.
Tiro en Braille (Braille Shot)
Our organization arises from a university-based project launched at Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Mexico. After realizing that an overwhelming majority of SDP organizations, projects, and initiatives focus on traditionally suffering/disadvantaged populations, our organization tries to develop meaningful SDP projects and initiatives that tackle some pressing issues/problems that university students face, such as drop-out, stress leading to suicide, and gender violence and imbalances. Our organization is named after the first resulting sporting activity that originated at Universidad de Guanajuato. It is important to note that our methodology is based on three components: teaching/learning, research, and practical sport (trying to adhere to a Sport-for-All philosophy). Our organization is proud to move forward a glocalized experience that arises from the intertwining of Mexican (domestic) legislation and the 2030 Agenda and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Integrated Dreams Association
Our mission is to educate, develop and promote social inclusion of the underrepresented global population of people with disabilities through sports.
Our reference project is the Football for All Leadership Programme, that consists in the first programme designed to promote employability, entrepreneurship and networking for disabled people in the sports world
MARTISANS SPORTS AND CULTURAL FOUNDATION
Martisans Sports and Cultural Foundation is a nonprofit organization that uses the power of sports and cultural activities to employ innovative programs to help enhance the physical, mental and psychological health of the less privileged children including girls in our community.
BoMoVu – The Network of Sport and Body Movement for Vulnerable Groups (BoMoVu.org) is an association that develops programs to transform sport and body movement into social benefit and combats all kind of discriminations in sports. Thanks to our network of volunteer sport and physical activity practitioners, we bring together various groups such as children, refugees or women, and contribute to their social empowerment in line with their needs.
Initiatives & Hearts for Indigenous People (IHIP)
The organization is a group composed of former national athletes, cause-oriented artists, and exceptional individuals who have tendered a huge part of their lives embracing and understanding Indigenous Peoples (IP) culture around the Philippines with a passion to rekindle awareness of our rich and colorful indigenous culture and a mission to reintegrating IP groups in the community, recognizing their immense contribution in our history, and empowering them through active participation in programs in education, sports, and culture.
Physically Active Youth Namibia
P.A.Y operates in the marginalized community of Katutura, Windhoek, where it uses sport as an enabler and tool for empowering young people through STEM focused, skill-based education, and SDG centered life skills that aim to build positive citizens able to transform their communities through sustainable, innovative development and social behavior change. In the 15 years of its existence, P.A.Y continues to alleviate the structural impediments faced by Namibian youth and has to date provided a safe space, nurturing environment to over 2300 young people who have gone on to take up careers across multiple industries and disciplines.