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Sports have been my biggest passion since childhood. I believe sports can change the world. I am trying to make an Impact of positive child & Youth development, Girls empowerment and life skills development of the disabled person in Bangladesh with my little knowledge about sports through organisation Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI)
I work for GHD as Program Manager for the Australian Government's flagship Sport for Development program, the Pacific Sports Partnerships. As part of this role I also sit on the Steering Board of the International Platform on Sport and Development, acting on behalf of the Australian Government's investment. Additionally I am a Founding and current Board Member of the Vanuatu Rugby League, Organising Committee Member of the 2018 Rugby League Emerging Nations World Championship, while also being an Academic in the Sport Management program at Western Sydney University.
Tilla Fries, born in Swizerland and living in Italy. Passionate about sports and physical activity, I decided to study Sports and concluding my studies with a Master in Sports Management in 2017. Founder of a sport organization in Italy called BeFree Be Sport, looking forward to use sports and physical activity as a tool to achieve health and wellbeing in all its aspects (physical, mental, social and emotional).
Founder of MOVE to Be You. We raise the social capital and wellbeing by using and promoting sport, physical activity and movement as a tool for a more self-aware and conscious society. Organizing international and cross continental projects and trainings in non-profit sector and as CSR ones - primary focus and experience in Europe and Asia.
Winners Self Help Group
Winners Self Help Group is a registered community based organization in Kenya, which operates in the informal settlements of Gatundu, Thika and rural areas of Kiambu County. We are skilled locals with a mission to support marginalized youths, women, children and people living with HIV/AIDS helping them to access and excel in education and business.We use various sporting activities to achieve our goals.
A recent graduate of Loughborough University’s Sport Management MSc, achieving a distinction and the highest research profile of the cohort. I am now looking to venture into the Sport for Development and Peace sector, initially in the field supporting projects, organisations, and NGOs, and then hopefully a PhD.
Bagonza Hakim Enock
Born to former Uganda Police Officer the late SGT. Robert Bagonza Amooti, from Tooro ancestry. Used to play badminton, volleyball, football and table tennis in sport, he also loved music, dance and drama on side hobbies. During low school and high school times had a sight vision problem to see at the black board this reduced his class performance never the less he had an insight vision to creative thinking.
Lewis Keane is an international public health researcher at the University of Sydney specialising in evidence-generation for the design, implementation, evaluation and economic appraisal of public health programs delivered through sport in the Pacific Islands, and low-and middle-income countries more broadly.
Rhianon is a Canadian living in Berlin who has been working in Sport for Development since 2010, when she went to Kabul, Afghanistan, as a volunteer for Skateistan and ended up staying for five years. She now heads up The Goodpush Alliance, which shares knowledge and promotes collaboration among 'skateboarding for youth development' projects worldwide.