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Palestine: Sports for Life
We are a Palestinian NGO working with sports for development. By using sports as a tool we provide Palestinian youth with opportunities for personal and professional development. We focus particulary on life skills and promotion of vocational education through specially designed sports activities.
Tim is a Teacher and Researcher at Plymouth University (UK) where he works within Primary Physical Education. Previously he worked for five years as a Senior Lecturer, Early Years/ Primary (F-10) 'Health & Physical Education' in the Faculty of Education at Monash University (Australia). Tim has fifteen years teaching experience as a classroom teacher (Queensland, Australia), Head of Foundation Stage and Key Stage One (English International School, Qatar) and Health and Physical Education specialist teacher (Queensland, Australia), in various school communities and education systems. This is his eighth year working full time as a teacher/researcher in higher education.
A Sports Administration graduate of National Institute for Sports Lagos, 1996 also graduate of Physical Education University of Ilorin attended Lagos State College of Education, Ijanikin Lagos, Offa Teachers College, Bishop Smith memorial college Member Offa Community School Sport Foundation. Organising Secretary, Nigeria Sports Development Fund Inc. Chief Ruth Ogbeifo Balofin Offa Community Project, Brand Manager Chief Ruth Ogbeifo Balofin Offa Community Project,
Cameroon Football Development Program
our mission is to create positive social impact through grassroots football leagues that promotes health, education, life skills, and employment opportunity . our vision is a brighter future in Africa where youth-led, community -based football leagues facilitate personal, academic, and professional development.
I'm passionate about sports, which has been shaping my life ever since and has given me so much. Having worked in the sport industry at every level since 2005, I know how powerful the tool of sport can be in bringing together people who would usually not be connected and in no way collaborating. I wish to contribute to a better world through sport & development. Focused on rugby, based in Switzerland / Europe, and very open to partner up with like-minded people & organisations with similar goals
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.
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.