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Dream Sports Africa is based on a simple but bold idea:

“Participation in physical activity is vital to the overall well-being of African youth and the development of the continent”. 

– – Chenfa Dombin, Founder

 

Global Development Agencies like the World Health Organization and USAID explain the benefits of physical activity and sports as a development tool.

Dream Sports Africa empowers African youth through engaging and educational sports programs that build life skills, character and physical fitness. 

We are an international non-profit that implements youth development through sports programs in Africa.

RESULTS

August 2

YBA (Youth Be Active) Official Launch

Dream Sports Africa reached over 150 indirect participants with health information and fitness programming. 60 young person...

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August 2

Phoenix football academy collaboration

40 direct participants engaged in strength and conditioning exercises. 200 indirect children impacted with access to sports supplies and equipment...

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May 31

July 31 … Purchased and shipped 400 sports supplies (balls, shoes, shorts) from the US to Nigeria and distributed 100 of them to beneficiaries in need

Dream Sports Africa directly reached 700 Nigerian youth in Abuja (boys and girls) from 16 high schools through 34 games over 8 weeks culminating...

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PROGRAMS

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Youth Be Active (YBA)

GOAL : 5,000 $

RAISED : 0 $

YBA promotes physical fitness in University students using creative social media messaging and engagement that increase awareness and access to opportunities for participation in sporting activities.

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Achieving Community Engagement (ACE)

GOAL : 10,000 $

RAISED : 0 $

ACES transforms communities through engaging physical activity, volunteering and learning activities across youth organizations.

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Supplies Drive

GOAL : 10,000 $

RAISED : 0 $

Support us to provide youth and coaches in our programs with important sports supplies that are difficult to afford and access in most African countries.

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IMPACT

IN THE GAME

IN THE CLASSROOM

IN THE COMMUNITY

IN THE WORKPLACE