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​Swaziland
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Swaziland National Sport Council ​Asidlale is a program under National Sport Council of Swaziland and the Sports and Olympic Council of Swaziland (SOCS).                                    
​Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and RwandaCHRISC International / KRIK​Kristen idrettskontakt (KRIK) is a Christian Sports Organization for youths in  Norway that was initiated in 1981 by Kjell Markset. It was started to provide competitive sporting opportunities for Christian with great talents to be meeting and share the gospel through sports fellowshiping. In 1993 Stromme foundation approached KRIK to initiate a sport program for Stromme partners in East Africa. In the cooperation with Stromme foundation, KRIK initiated sport and education activities in East Africa.
Canada​Commonwealth games Canada CGC​​CGC’s International Development through Sport work started in 1993. Currently CGC is an associate members of Kicking AIDS Out Network and has a representative in the Advisory Committee.  CGC cooperates with national sport organizations, and government in Caribbean and Southern Africa.
​ZambiaEduSport​EduSport Foundation is a Non-governmental, Non-profit and community driven organization (NGO) based in Lusaka. It started in 1996 as a minor project under the National Sports Council of Zambia’s (NSCZ) Sports for All Programme. The organization was registered as the first sports NGO with the registrar of societies on 27th October 1999 in Lusaka
​VietnamFootball for All Vietnam ​FFAVFFAV is initiated by the Football Association of Norway (NFF) in cooperation with Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) in 2001. FFAV works to give all children regardless of gender, ethnic background, social status, football skills and disability an equal opportunity with the fun and non-competitive grassroots football activity. Important life skills elements are added naturally into the football activities, giving the children a chance for better and safer lives.

 

FFAV currently has 148 football clubs for boys and girls (50/50 %) from the age of 6 to 15, accommodating over 16.000 players in the safe, fun and exciting football activities. More than 4.500 people have been trained as coaches, leaders, referees and life-skills facilitators.

​Kenya​​Moving the Goalpost Kilifi MTG​Girls and women in Kilifi District, Kenya are some of the world’s poorest and most disadvantaged people. Low retention in school, early and unintended pregnancies and vulnerability to HIV/AIDS trap them in a cycle of poverty. Moving the Goalposts Kilifi (MTG) uses football to empower girls and young women, helping them to fulfill their potential both on and off the football field.
​KenyaMYSA
The Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) started in 1987 as a small self help youth sports and slum cleanup project in the Mathare Valley, one of Africa’s largest and poorest slum. Today over 24,000 youth participate in the MYSA self help sports, slum clean up, AIDS prevention, leadership training programs, Anti child labour programme and other community development activities

Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Afghanistan and Vietnam​Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sport (NIF)
In Norway sport clubs were traditionally formed by friends, by fellow workers, and by people who found a mutual interest in one or more branches of sport. The clubs established sports federations to coordinate and develop their common sport. The federations together with the regional sport organisations formed the Norwegian Confederation of Sports in 1861. The Norwegian Olympic Committee was merged with NIF in 1996 and the Paralympic Committee in 2008. The Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sport (NIF) is now the largest voluntary organisation in Norway. NIF is the umbrella organisation which organises all national sports associations in Norway.
​ZambiaNational Organisations for Women in Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation (​NOWSPAR)​Established in 2006, NOWSPAR is a not for profit organization that promotes the participation of women in sport and recreation through advocacy, awareness, dialogue, research, policy analysis and conducting of women’s sports activities. At present, NOWSPAR has a membership of 450 organizations, clubs and individuals.
OceaniaOceania National Olympic Committees (​ONOC)​The joint partnership on Sport and HIV was established in march 2007 involving UNAIDS, Secretariat of the pacific Community(SPC), Pacific Island Forum Secretariat (PIFS),Pacific Island AIDS Foundation (PIAF), Asia Pacific Leadership Forum on HIV/AIDS (APLF), and ONOC. ONOC works with all National Olympic Committee in the region. The Oceania Sports Education Program will Include a module on HIV in its 2009 syllabus.
Lesotho​OlympAfrica Youth Ambassador Program (OYAP)​The OlympAfrica Youth Ambassador Programme (OYAP) is a youth volunteer Programme initiated in 2003 by the Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC), in partnership with Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) and UK Sport. Our main objectives are to (1) Train youth Ambassadors to organize sport events for people in their communities, (2) Utilize sporting events to disseminate information on critical social issues affecting youth and (3) Equip youth with appropriate skills to provide peer mentorship for other youth in their communities.
​NamibiaPhysically Active Youth (​PAY)

The organization was started in 2003 as empirical research assessing the power of sport in development. PAY believes in the holistic development of Youth. The program runs daily activities which include academic tutoring, sports, life skills training and community service

​Papua New GuineaPapau New Guinea Sport Foundation (​PNGSF)​The Papua New Guinea Sports Foundation is the Government’s agency for sport, coming under the Minister for Community Development. Established as a statutory body by Act of Parliament in 2006, it replaced the former PNG Sports Commission. The PNGSF has its headquarters in Port Moresby, the National Sports Institute in Goroka, and Regional Sports Development Officers covering the four Regions of the country.
ZambiaResponse Network​Response Network is a norwegian NGO with a branch in Zambia. We visits 40 new villages in Southern Province of Zambia every year, providing motivation and information to communities on how they can start their own sports clubs and other self-help activities. When clubs have proved they can stand on their own feet and not depend on support we invite them for a variety of capacity building workshops to strenghten the clubs.​​
​South Africa, Namibia and ZambiaSCORE International​SCORE is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation using sport as a medium of development. Focused on children and youth living in underprivileged communities, SCORE utilizes sport as a powerful medium to bring about sustainable community development, individual empowerment and social transformation, and to build international and intercultural understanding. SCORE enters into multi-year partnerships with target communities in a process to build, strengthen and institutionalize sport. Sport is a springboard to developing capacity that goes beyond the sports field and strengthens the community itself, a medium to address social and community issues, and a tool to promote civic participation and social cohesion
​Botswana​SEDYEA​The South East District Youth Empowerment Association (SEDYA) is an HIV/AIDS capacity building initiative of the South East District Council in partnership with the City of Toronto, Commonwealth Games Canada, UK Sport and Mathare Youth Sports Association of Kenya that was formed in 2005 with an aim of channeling the energy and enthusiasm of young people away from risky behaviors which are the main factors in high incidence of HIV/AIDS in Botswana.
​Zambia​Sport in Action (SIA)SIA is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose aim is to improve people’s quality of life through sport and recreational activities. Founded in 1998 and registered on 17/05/1999 (registration number ORS/102/35/2082), SIA was the first Zambian sports NGO. Its membership comprises ex-sports men and women and administrators from varying careers and backgrounds. SIA has recognised the fact that sport has a special attraction to young people as it offers opportunities for fun-play and physical challenges. Organised sport therefore has the potential to attract young people in a way that no other means of communication can match. SIA takes advantage of this power of sport as a mobilising tool to reach underprivileged groups such as orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) including Mentally and physically challenged children and youth, the girl child and youth, in rural and urban areas.​
Zimbabwe​Sport Recreation Commission (SRC)​The SRC is a statutory body charged with the mandate to oversee the development and governance of sport in Zimbabwe.
Trinidad + Tobago, Guyana, Grenada, St. Vincent, Barbados, St. Lucia, Anguilla, St. Kitts + Nevis, Jamaica, Bahamas, Dominica​Caribbean Sport Development Agency (CSDA)​​The organization known for the last ten years as the Trinidad and Tobago Alliance for Sport and Physical Education (TTASPE) is now rebranded as the Caribbean Sport and Development Agency (CSDA).An NGO that began in 2002. CSDA’s mission is to develop people and communities in the Caribbean through the powerful medium of sport and physical activity, embracing the values of authenticity, consistency and trustworthiness in an unwavering commitment to strengthen institutions, enhance capacity and inform practice.
​United Kingdom, Southern Africa, East Africa and IndiaUK Sport​Established by Royal Charter in 1996, UK Sport works in partnership with the home country sports councils and other agencies to lead sport in the UK to world-class success and is accountable to Parliament through the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. UK Sport has been involved in International Sport Development for the last seventeen years and has worked in over 18 different countries, mainly within Southern Africa. At the heart of this development work has been the belief that the UK should play a role in increasing opportunities for young people in developing countries to participate in sport.
Southern AfricaSupreme Council of Sport in Africa ​Zone VI (SCSA Zone VI)
​The Supreme Council for Sport in Africa (SCSA) is the sports arm of the African Union, which was once the Organisation of African Unity. It was formed in the 1960s, and its headquarters is based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The main aim of the SCSA is to use sports to achieve peace, integration and unity in Africa i.e. sport as a vehicle of encouraging people to develop and come together, irrespective of colour, economic status, political, class, or gender.​