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S.C.A. PROJECTS TAKE PLACE AS AND WHEN FUNDING IS AVAILABLE. WE USE THE SERVICE OF A FEW VOLUNTEERS WHEN NECESSARY IN THE LOCATION OF THE PROJECT. UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO FUNDING RESTRAINTS SOME PROJECTS HAVE BEEN HALTED. WE ARE A PILOT PROJECT GRADUALLY GROWING OUR SERVICE

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Sport Care Access (S.C.A.) is a United Kingdom based International Development Agency (IDA), developing sport and other community projects in London, United Kingdom for marginalised communities.

Sport Care Access establish, volunteer, conduct and contribute to projects offered to people living in impoverished communities, where the need is greatest, and where positive outcomes may be achieved.Projects such as the staging of development sport clinics and games (promoting Fairtrade), mental health support awareness through sport, and other development clinics are integral to the service we offer. We are a pilot project in its’ infancy.We offer cricket clinics and warm up/exercise for people with disabilities in London.

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Historic Kinshasa DRC cricket development clinics and promotion launched in September 2013 for school and street-children were a resounding success, with support from the England Cricket Board.

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Development cricket clinics conducted by Sport Care Access International provide all players with important skills in order for them to perform well. Included in each clinic are skills games and routines, game-based practice and talks on various cricketing issues such as teamwork, captaincy and motivation. All clinics are designed for participants to learn,have fun and play in a safe environment by doing so.

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We promote Fairtrade products and the work of Fairtrade farmers in London by helping at local stalls, holding Fairtrade cricket clinics/talks, and promoting Fairtrade on social media, supporting farmers often working in impoverished areas and under extremely difficult conditions.

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Group Talk

We provide discussion groups and talks to children ensuring that they have the opportunity to learn from hearing about topics such as captaincy, leadership, teamwork, motivation, fitness, safety at practice and opportunities in sport. Each child is unique as to the type of skills they bring to a clinic and Sport Care Access International help in developing these skills increasing the participants abilities.

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Teamwork

Parents can play a substantial role in their childs’ development by attending clinics and supporting the activities of their children when they are able to do so. Many children are needing this type of support initially, especially at the commencement of training with a new group of participants. Parents play a key role in feedback and liaising with the coach on issues pertaining to the childs’ ongoing wellbeing.

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Inspirational ballad 'AFRICA'

Sport Care Access International adopt famous inspirational ballad 'AFRICA', by legendary Grammy Award winning band TOTO, as 'theme ballad' for all future sport projects for disadvantaged street-children in Africa. http//:www.TotoOfficial.com

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This song tells the story of a man who comes to Africa and must make a decision about the girl who comes to see him. He is enamored with the country, but must leave if he is going to be with her. Toto keyboard player David Paich wrote the song, and explained in the liner notes of Toto's Best Ballads compilation: "At the beginning of the '80s I watched a late night documentary on TV about all the terrible death and suffering of the people in Africa. It both moved and appalled me and the pictures just wouldn't leave my head. I tried to imagine how I'd feel about if I was there and what I'd do." Paich had never been to Africa when he wrote the song. Find out more at www.TotoOfficial.com.

Our Latest Events
  • Cricket clinics have begun in Calais, France for refugee children in need of activities.
  • Indoor cricket games, ball games and exercises / training for development youth to commence.
  • Sport Mission to Africa soon.

Equipment previously donated by England and Wales Cricket Board E.C.B

Types of #toxic #leadership #conduct #culture from those in positions of authority throughout the world are potentially #lethal and certainly leave vulnerable #refugees,#children #disabled,#homeless, #men,#women trapped in #poverty #insecure #destitute. #BlackLivesMatter⁠

Every 5 seconds, the equivalent of one soccer field is lost due to soil erosion, which is a major threat to food security & the achievement of the #GlobalGoals.

Saturday is #WorldSoilDay: https://www.un.org/en/observances/world-soil-day

S.C.A. 'Greenhouse Farm Projects' are vital 'hubs' for job creation, helping families build a better life and creating income-generating opportunities for citizens of #Nairobi, #Kenya and elsewhere in #Africa.We support #streetchildren.Project by @TTATradetoAid @africawaterini

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Refugee men, women and children are still living in filthy, unhealthy conditions in and around Calais nearby the former ' Jungle' refugee camp alone, and many thousands more in refugee camps throughout Europe without adequate nutritious food.

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