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26 October 2016
Dear Reader, 

Welcome to Issue 176 of the newsletter!

Thank you for the feedback that we’ve received on the new website and newsletter in the past weeks. We have been touched by the number of positive comments and will continue to make improvements in the coming weeks, months and years. If you would still like to provide feedback then you’re more than welcome to contact us via email, Facebook or Twitter.

This newsletter features a variety of articles, including the penultimate part in our India series, an article featuring a Beyond Sport Young Ambassador working with autistic ice hockey players and an interview (in French) with Acadena Bangkok founder Charly Nomdedeu.

We also highlight a gathering of Swiss sport and development NGOs to pave the way for closer collaboration, a Waves for Change programme empowering disadvantaged girls by getting them involved in the traditionally white male-dominated sport of surfing and big news in the development of football in Djibouti, as the first official match is played outside the capital.

Enjoy your reading,

Paul Hunt
Senior Project Officer
Beyond Sport Young Ambassador Corrine Eckert
Empowering South African girls through surfing
Djiboutian football enters new dawn     
Acadena Bangkok : des bidonvilles aux terrains de foot
Multiple Swiss-based NGOs, one common strategy
India, cricket and change: Its most popular sport?
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Photo credits: New Jersey Dare Devils, Waves for Change, Shafi’i Mohyaddin Abokar, Public Sphere (World Bank blog), Acadena Bangkok, Right to Play Switzerland, McKay Savage (Wikimedia CC)

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