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Pride Stories

Meet the children and learn about the special people who are making our charity projects a success, creating an impact and leaving a meaningful legacy in Africa

Malawi

A Malawian success story

In-pictures: Tracking the progress of BPF's sports & education community centre construction project

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Wales

A volunteer’s diary

BPF volunteer coach, Iolo James, shares experiences from his time with the Pride in Africa

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Malawi

Juma & Wordsworth

Development officers, Juma Kittyler & Wordsworth Rashid, step up to assist their Tanzanian & Malawian communities in time of great uncertainty

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Gareth Nokes
England

Gareth Nokes appointed BPF CEO

Momentum builds as BPF welcomes Gareth Nokes to the team in formal role

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England

Charters School visits Malawi

Students & teachers from Charters School in the UK head to Malawi for sports leaders coaching tour

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England

Tim & Duncan

Making the leap from BPF volunteers to leading the Pride

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Portugal

Sofia Domingos

Portuguese Sofia Domingos shares why she's so passionate to volunteer with Bhubesi Pride Foundation and 'lead the Pride'

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Malawi

JBL & the Nokes family

Charity fundraisers John [JBL] Layfield & the Nokes' family join the Pride in Malawi

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Tom Chabola
Zambia

Tom Chaloba

Zambian development offer Tom Chaloba discusses the power of rugby in Kabwe, its wider impact and his own story

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Linet Wahome
Kenya

Linet Wahome

Kenyan coach Linet Wahome discusses how Shamas collaborates with Bhubesi Pride Foundation and what she learnt and shared as a volunteer on our expedition

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Lauren
Malawi

Lauren

10-year-old Malawian Lauren discusses what rugby means to her

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Justin Robar
Canada

Justin Robar

Canadian Justin Robar volunteered with the charity in 2015 and 2019 with his experiences widening the impact he’s making through sport for development

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