USAID Sports for Youth with Disabilities In Uganda Initiative

USAID’s Sports for Youth with Disabilities Initiative is a 36-month sport development and health project in Kampala and Gulu. The project’s goal is to contribute to the improved physical literacy and the increased inclusion of children with physical disabilities in sport and recreation programs in the community. Physical literacy is the ability, confidence and desire to be physically active for life. This is a growing movement across the globe linked to better health, prevention of chronic health conditions, and improved physical activity.

Call To Action

One of the major project deliverables was a Call to Action document that provided key strategies for key sectors/actors within Uganda that can improve access to sport and physical activity for Uganda children and youth with disabilities especially girls. Thank you to all the organizations that contributed to this document especially the Uganda Paralympic Committee.

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Project Key Messages

About BlazeSports International

As a USAID registered Private Voluntary Organization with support from the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace, BlazeSports International has worked alongside project partners to launch new sport for social change initiatives and strengthen existing programs in Brazil, Egypt, Haiti, Jordan, Russia, South Africa and Trinidad and Tobago.