Right To Play is the leading international humanitarian and development
organization using sport and play as tools to effect behavior and social
change. Their trained Coaches and community leaders implement their
programs which are designed to develop basic life skills, prevent
diseases, teach conflict resolution and instill hope in children
affected by war, poverty and disease. Right To Play implements programs
in 20 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America. A
pioneer in its field, Right To Play sets standards for quality
sustainable programming, promotes best practices and advances research
on the efficacy of sport-based development efforts. Founded in 2000 by
Johann Olav Koss, four-time Olympic gold medalist and social
entrepreneur, Right To Play fosters the hope and skills that are
essential to envisioning and realizing a better future.
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