Sport for Development starts with Leadership Skills Training

Can sport really contribute to development? I believe it does. And mainly in building leadership skills amongst youth, because it enables them to take control over their (professional) lives. That is what I’ve learned working 4 years for a Dutch – Zimbabwean sport for development programme. It starts with the love of sports Mutare Haarlem […]

What do poor people want?

Poor people make rational decisions on their lives and those of family members. Politicians that want to cut expenses on development aid, policy makers and those who implement projects should work having in mind those decisions and not just work according to their own beliefs. The most difficult part of development work is to think […]

Gender & SRHR

Gender Equality and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) are highly interlinked. At the core are power relations. Once you (women and men) are aware of the existing inequalities, and know how you feel about it, you can create more equality through individual behaviour, being informed, getting organised as a group and finding supporters.