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Applications for the 2019 European Project are now open. You can find out how to become a volunteer here.
This year a team of volunteers delivered sport and play in Rwamwanja Refugee Camp in south western Uganda. This was World at Play’s first visit to Africa. You can read how it went here.
World at Play believes that access to sport, and the freedom to play
without fear, prejudice or intimidation is an integral part of every childhood.
The charity was set up 16 years ago with the aim of enriching the lives of disadvantaged adults and children in marginalised communities through sport and play.
Our volunteers are intensively trained and have delivered sport and developmental play sessions in refugee camps, foster homes, youth clubs, schools and care-centres in Kosovo, Bosnia, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Turkey, Bulgaria and Uganda.
Our projects have a long term and sustainable impact on our volunteers, on the children who take part, and on the partner organisations we work with.