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Iain Gallagher | Leading Pride Ambassador

Following in the Thames Path Challenge footsteps of James Herbert, who last year was named Leading Pride Ambassador for 2017, we have a new set of inspirational candidates, one of whom claiming the honour for the forthcoming year. Two years ago, Bhubesi Pride Foundation launched its Pride Ambassador Program. The program is aimed at inviting our past volunteers (Pride members) ...

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Max Rollason – His Success Story

Max Rollason, 18, from Redditch in the UK applied to volunteer with Bhubesi Pride Foundation (BPF) in 2017. He was successfully selected to join the Pride for three months in Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Malawi. Max's first time ...

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Rory McGee joins BPF as Operations Director

During his time in Africa in 2016, Rory McGee - from Troon in Scotland - gave everything to the charity in his role as a Pride member (volunteer rugby coach). He then excelled as Project Manager in 2017, from April to September. Now, Rory joins Bhubesi Pride Foundation as its Operations Director. In this video, Rory discusses his motivations for the work he's done thus far with Bhubesi ...

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Meet Tom Chaloba

Bhubesi Pride Foundation first started working with rugby-passionate Tom Chaloba in 2016. Having represented Zambia at the highest level, Tom has now taken his love of the game into the Kabwe community and is making great progress. Meet Tom in this beautiful video from BPF Media Producer, Henry Mame... Watch more videos and apply to ...

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BPF’s reach in 2017

A big thank you to this year's Pride of coaches, our G4S colleagues, our Pride Partners, the schools and their administrators and, of course, all our superstar young players, coaches, referees and teachers. Here's what we achieved, together: African countries: 9 Project/program locations: 16 Schools and communities: 71 Participating children: 4,661 % individual children returning to daily coaching clinics: 85% Boy / girl ratio: 64 / ...

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