Sports for Social Impact podcast Sport for Wildlife (with Water4Wildlife and Calvince Ogall)
About the Episode
Calvince Ogall is the Programme Officer with Water4Wildlife. He is am passionate about community development, Environmental conservation and new innovations, Before joining Water4wildlife I have worked with various organization in implementing community based project among them; Prevention and countering of violent extremism in the informal settlements of Nakuru County by ISD and Strong cities, a Trainer of Trainees on an empowerment program for teenage mothers and girls in the informal setup by USAID, Slums upgrading through Affordable housing by We Effect international, and currently a programs Officer at Water4Wildlife Maasai Mara Kenya.
Water4Wildlife Maasai Mara is anon profit making community based Organization that was officially registered in 2019. It’s established in Maasai Mara-Lemek Conservancy within the Maasai Mara ecosystem, Narok County (Kenya). Their mission is to inspire and empower children to be future wildlife and environment conservationist through football. Water4Wildlife is dedicated to environmental and wildlife conservation, with a focus on engaging and empowering children as champions for these causes through football. They believe that by educating and involving young people, they can build a more sustainable future for our planet and its species
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Sports for Social Impact explores the power that sport has to create a positive impact in society. Sport for development & peace is a versatile tool that can be used to tackle many social, environmental & economic challenges such as the Sustainable Development Goals. The hope is that these conversations and ideas will help achieve the maximum benefit of sport in our society. Hosted by David Thibodeau.