Experience Africa by coaching sport on our unique overland expedition, from 3 weeks or more
Join the charity’s annual overland coaching expedition or arrange a group visit to stay at our Mtema community centre in Malawi
We lead an overland expedition coaching sport with schools, communities and clubs in Africa. We’ve constructed a sports & education community centre in rural Lilongwe, Malawi, which can accommodate groups and enable visitors to support locally delivered development programs.
Age range (male & female)
Engagement since 2012
Learn about the children and all those playing their part in the Pride: Local coaches, volunteers, donors and charity partners. Could it be you?
“My experience was a huge eye opener. We travelled extensively and I developed a number of coaching and teaching skills. Today, these all help me in my capacity as a teacher.”
Ben IllingworthRead On
“I learned so much from coaching in Africa with the charity. I worked on my communication skills, both with the children and my fellow coaches.”
Ilijana ParojcicRead On
“Working in communities in Africa opened my mind and by using rugby as a tool for social change and education. It has given rise to a new and genuine passion to apply lessons learnt in my professional life.”
Stacey JonesRead On
“Bhubesi Pride Foundation has a profound impact on everyone who participates. From the players and the schools to the teachers and the volunteers.”
Carille GuthrieRead On
“My first trip with Bhubesi Pride Foundation changed my life. It sparked my career and academic path.”
Justin RobarRead On
"I loved my experience in 2017 and wanted to learn more about Africa and the culture – I wanted to stay longer!"
Sofia DomingosRead On
“What I gained from my time as a volunteer was far more than I ever expected.”
Tim & DuncanRead On
“The students' experience has been amazing and they've developed their communication, leadership and organisation skills.”
Al Hancock, PE Teacher, Charters SchoolRead On
"Recalling the beaming smiles of the children we coached is enough to lift the spirits on a damp March day."
Iolo JamesRead On