Khalil in Lebanon loves this game because it improves his coordination. This is a fun game where you can get your body moving! At Right To Play, we use play to teach important life lessons and skills in ways that engage children and young people of all images. Can you show us your Body Balance moves?
How We're Responding To COVID-19
The children we work with are some of the most vulnerable in the world and are particularly susceptible to the effects of a crisis like COVID-19.
Mukisa in Uganda plays this game in a refugee camp to control his body and be aware of others. Now he plays it with his family at home.
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Right To Play was founded by Five-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Johann Olav-Koss. Since then, fellow Olympians and professional athletes have been some of our strongest supporters in protecting, educating and empowering 2.35 million children around the world each year.
Right To Play's COVID-19 Response
The COVID-19 virus had a significant impact on communities around the world, including those which Right To Play serves. The children we work with are some of the most vulnerable and are particularly susceptible to the effects of a crisis like this one.
Webinar: A Conversation about Right To Play Programs in the Time of COVID
COVID-19 is having a significant impact on communities around the world, including those which Right To Play serves. The children we work with are some of the most vulnerable and are particularly susceptible to the effects of a crisis like this one. Together, with you, we have a critical role to play in keeping children safe and healthy.
Play at Home: Games to Keep Children Healthy, Active and Engaged
In the midst of the pandemic, we have adapted our games for children to play at home with their families to cope with the challenges of this crisis and beyond. There are games that help them understand why handwashing and social distancing are important; and games that give fun activities to support learning and alleviate psychological stress.
The Gendered Effects of COVID-19
More than 75% of caregivers in any emergency are women and girls. There are 745 million girls out of school in 191 countries across the world. These numbers are stark and alarming. But Right To Play is still working to maintain the progress we've made in getting girls back to school, even during this incredibly difficult time. Hear more from from our Gender Equality Specialist, Aamina Adham, in the video below.
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