We’re delighted to have launched a crowdfunding campaign to support the K-Town Queens, our girls’ team in Kalingalinga, Zambia. The K-Town Queens programme seeks to overcome barriers to girls’ involvement in sport, promoting gender equality and overcoming stigma and negative perceptions.Read More
Come and celebrate the diversity of the Commonwealth and our in developing community and football in Kalingalinga, Zambia with Spartans Community Academy on the 24th of March.Read More
We’d love to hear from women and girls interested in playing football here in Scotland to support our growing activities in Zambia and the Gambia.Read More
Africa on the Ball are delighted to officially announce details of our microfinance pilot programme in The Gambia. Launched under the auspices of the name ‘Naburinka Foundation’ (translating as heaven of wealth), Africa on the Ball will be supporting 12 female entreprenuers during the three year pilot programme.Read More
The question of how to alleviate poverty, with 1.2 billion people still living on less than $1 a day, remains one of the, if not the greatest question of the 21st century.Read More
Africa on the Ball and our community team in Zambia were able to benefit from the support of UK University student Jess Brown’s time and effort while undertaking a 6 week placement as part of the IDEALS project. In this blog Jess outlines her time with the team and staff in Kalingalinga.Read More
The charity have been taking the necessary steps to set up the programme and have enlisted the assistance of Gambian Prince Sankanu. Here Sankanu outlines the aims and process involved in establishing this new and exciting development for Africa on the Ball.Read More
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