Play Handball was invited by Initiative for Community Advancement (ICA) to conduct a handball session with just under 100 youth at Karookop Primary School, outside Eendekuil, Western Cape on the 24th of February 2019. The youth were introduced to handball basics, such as passing, throwing, dribbling, etc. There was also a recycling component to the day. Through handball the youth learned to understand different types of waste and the importance of separating it. It was amazing how the youth connected as a team when they played handball. Initially we’d thought language would be a barrier as the area is predominantly Afrikaans. However we got to prove again how sports can have it’s own language. Sport is an universal language that is understood by all participants on the field. The day ended with the whole group consolidating their learnings and a final teambuilding game.

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