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Reflections on a visit to TRP

31 Dec

Working on the rug

TRP Board Member Bra Cornish and his wife Marcie came out to visit our programs in Uganda, here are some of their thoughts and reflections from their journey. Our trip to Uganda in late October/early November was a blast, and reaffirmed our belief in the wonderful work of The Recreation Project!  Besides some wonderful time […]

The 12th Day of Transformation

24 Dec

norbert

For our 12th and final Day of Transformation, we’re celebrating the story of Odong Norbert Mao whose life has been transformed through TRP Sport’s Waveland Academy. Since the first time Norbert put on a baseball glove there’s been no turning back for him. After only six months in Waveland’s program he became one of the […]

The 11th Day of Transformation

23 Dec

Gulu giants

For the 11th Day of Transformation we’re celebrating Waveland Academy’s all-star team, The Gulu Giants. This year the Gulu Giants played in the Ugandan Little League National Championships.  This amazing experience provided the opportunity for Waveland’s students to take the skills they’re learning on the baseball diamond on the road.  This was only the second […]

The Tenth Day of Transformation

22 Dec

GYDA

We’re celebrating the 10th Day of Transformation with a story that exemplifies the value of challenging kids to try new things.  This is the story of Richard’s time with TRP: In one of the many groups from the Gulu Youth Development Association, we had the pleasure of meeting “Richard”.  Richard is an energetic young man. […]

The Ninth Day of Transformation

21 Dec

girls softball

For the Ninth Day of Transformation we’re sharing the stories of Olivia and Phebe, two of Waveland Academy’s soft ball players. Olivia and Phebe are softball players at Vienna Primary School. They believe that TRP Sport’s program has helped them spend more time concentrating in school and has prevented them from joining bad peer groups. […]