For our second instalment of Play Handball Community Talks, our South Africa Project Coordinator – Simphiwe Mahlanyana – sat down, virtually, with Michael Wachira from Pendo Amani Youth Organisation in Juja, Kenya. The interview details how things have been in Juja and Kenya generally and together, Simphiwe and Michael explored opportunities that arose as a result of Covid-19 and lockdown regulations all over the world. The interview can be viewable.
More in this category: Mid-term seminar with our weltwaerts-volunteers » Martin Berger inspires with handball in Kenya » Simon tells of his experiences as a volunteer in Juja » Kick-off-Weekend of the Trilateral Youth Coaches Exchange » Re-launch of the Weltwärts Volunteer Program in Kenya and South Africa. » Handball is growing in Kisumu County – 17 teams at first county tournament in by EmpowerGirlsPlus » Community Talk with Louise Barends from Darling Outreach Foundation in South Africa » Online Talks “Handball without Borders” » Play Handball Corona Aid helps over 1000 people in South Africa and Kenya. » Update PHKE: In every challenge there is always something we can do as a sport for development organisation » Léon reports from his experience as volunteer by our partner organisation Empower Gils Plus in Kisumu, Kenia » Jasper is one of the first volunteers in Kenya and reports from his experience » German Handball Stars are so polite – Kenian Play Handball Coordinator travels to Germany » PendoAmani in Kenya & PLAY HANDBALL initiate Handball After School Program » Play Handball Volunteer Programme extends to Kenya » Handball is an universal language – Play Handball at Karookop Primary School » Interview with Thabang from Franschhoek Community Sport Centre » Supercup inspires over 450 children in Africa » Play Handball Supercup 2018 in Benoni » Super handball action at the Sinaba Stadium in Daveyton » Karibu Kenya! Play Handball Supercup in Kisumu » Handball for UNSDG13 Climate Action – Workshop & Clean-Up » PLAY HANDBALL starts in Kenya in 2017 »