Know Their Story: Coach Roth

Growing up in the Kandal Province outside of the hustling and bustling of Phnom Penh, most children were gripped by the harsh reality of pursuing one of two unfortunate pathways- either becoming a factory worker joining the 1 in 10 children above the age of seven...

Creative Girls

We must always have self-confidence!  One day as Christine, Joyeuse and Divine were walking to our KPI program they decided they wanted to come up with a cheer to celebrate what they were learning during our self-empowerment season. So, together the 3 girls...

Honorine’s Story

Honorine is an 8 year old KPI participant and P3 student at Mwanabiri Primary School. She joined KPI in August of this year and immediately showed her leadership skills on her team and in the community. Honorine is the first to answer questions from the coaches, lend...

KPI Receives U.S. State Dept. Sports United Grant

With a shared commitment to using sport for social change, KPI was recently awarded an International Sports Programming Initiative grant from the SportsUnited division of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). KPI will implement a two-year project aimed...

KPI Welcomes Virginia Tech Students!

In November, KPI welcomed students from Virginia Tech University (VT) to Gatagara Rwanda. VT students made a huge contribution during their 4 week stay by collecting data via questionnaires, interviews and focus groups to assess our Let’s Play Fair program. A...