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  • 1. GHANA right to play
  • 2. RIGHT TO PLAY An international charity Helps children Educates through sport Trains Coaches and invests in sports equipment and schools Works with the poorest children in the world
  • 3. Ghana Ghana is located on the Gulf of Guinea, only a few degrees north of the equator giving it a warm climate Ghana has a population of about 23.9 million people and is home to more than 100 different ethnic group.
  • 4. Obom • a primary and secondary school, two hours drive into the bush outside Accra. • Some children walk as far as 7 miles to get to school. • There are few facilities and bare schoolrooms with no books.
  • 5. Right to Play uses games and sport to teach children important lessons about things like: •HIV AIDS •Malaria •Confidence •Leadership skills •Co-operation •Integration
  • 6. Burma Camp Nursery school -ages (2- 5) Specially developed games for younger children are used Happy children
  • 7. Battor special needs
  • 8. •Special games developed for mentally and physically disabled children at this residential school. •There are 95 children at this school and 80 children on the waiting list.
  • 9. Addidome
  • 10. Effects of Right to Play’s games: •More children come to school •The health lessons are reaching others in the community Addidome is a very large school and there are not enough coaches to provide all the children there with Right to Play’s structured games.
  • 11. Kakum national park
  • 12. RIGHT TO PLAY