Evaluation Report: Pakistan

posted by Meighan SzigetiNo presence information
September 09, 2011

Wondering what exactly Right To Play is achieving in our countries? Click here to download our evaluation report of programs and activities in Pakistan, that highlights successes and results from gathering quotes, data and stories from surveying participants.
We're hoping to release more in the weeks to come!

Sport and exercise contribute to self-esteem

posted by Pamela RiceNo presence information
September 23, 2010

Based on 2009 evaluation results from Benin, Ghana and Mali, Coaches, parents, implementing partners and children report a change in the level of confidence in children participating in Right To Play programs. 
A significantly greater percentage (62 per cent) of children participating in programs report feeling good about themselves, compared with other children not participating in regular sport and play activity (49 per cent).

Peaceful Communication

posted by System Account
October 21, 2009


  • Parents and community leaders in Tanzania noted that children are more diplomatic and less violent when they receive messages from games about how to settle disputes more amicably. 
  • Approximately 78 per cent of Leaders in Makeni, Sierra Leone and 79 per cent of Leaders in Freetown, Sierra Leone noted that Right To Play activities provided a distraction from negative activity.

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