Coach rugby and experience Africa on our unique overland expedition. Volunteer and stay at our Malawi community centre, individually or arrange a group visit
Shaping young lives, developing people and learning and sharing knowledge with local coaches
Rugby in Kenya, including its first recorded fixtures, dates back to the early 1900s with the union and clubs, such as Nondescripts, forming in the 1920s. Today domestic rugby is competitive and, in the sevens format, the national team’s success on the world stage provides a source of inspiration for young players. In Nairobi, we work with organisations such as the Shamas Rugby Foundation and Community Rugby Association, who, like Bhubesi Pride Foundation, see rugby as more than just a sport. Shamas and ‘Comras’ work with children from highly challenging and abusive home environments. Programs aim to build players’ confidence and teach life-skills to help them make better life decisions and greater contributions to their communities.
Get a glimpse into one of our partnering schools, meet Kenyan coach, Linet, and see former Saracens & Namibia national player, Jacques Burger, coaching with us in Nairobi
We’re strengthening relationships with local delivery partners, lengthening our annual volunteer coaching programs in Nairobi, providing funded opportunities for Kenyan coaches to travel with the charity to other African countries and we’re implementing improved and certificated coach education workshops.
Learn about the children and all those playing their part in the Pride: Local coaches, volunteers, donors and charity partners. Could it be you?
You have three incredibly exciting ways to help make an impact with Bhubesi Pride Foundation. Choose how you’d like to join our journey.