Our holistic youth development model rests on three pillars:
- Quality education which embraces totality of a child’s potentials: body, mind, spirit and affects;
- Sports which changes lives by breaking down barriers, changing attitudes and including the excluded;
- Life skills which defends the value of self and others, instills equality, fosters holistic wellbeing and promotes environmental sustainability.
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Calendar of events
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8th December 2017Desert Dash
24 September 2017Next Writers Room sessionMore information on the event is available here.
25 to 27 August 2017Tour de Windhoek Light
25 to 27 August 2017Giants & Sparkles: Life Skills Camp at Ongeama Game
18th and 19th August 2017Otjiwa Eagle Ride MTB Challenge
8th April 2017I-inspireLuis Munana, Victoria Ashipala and Ndangi Ileka make up the star line-up for the I-inspire's first event of the season, brought to you by the National Young Women Association- NYWA and Physically Active Youth (P.A.Y.) in collaboration with the National Youth Council of Namibia.
1st April 2017Nedbank XC 1 – UCI Category 1 raceTop African cyclists will be taking part in the Nedbank XC 1 – UCI (The Union Cyclist International) Category 1 race. Very proud of Maruen Kleopas, a passionate PAY RMB MTB rider who came 3rd in U23 category. More information on the event is available at www.raceday.events.
29th March 2017Soccer MatchOur boys under 17 team, won their first game 3-2.