Give the Gift of Play
Every day, millions of children face terrible adversity. Play is a life-changing gift that can help children overcome trauma and discrimination, get back to learning, claim their rights and their dreams, and build life and leadership skills. Play is powerful.
Please give the gift of play and transform a child’s life today.
Help Children Recover from the Pakistan Floods
Pakistan is in crisis from the destruction caused by historic flooding. Millions of children have lost their homes, and the lingering floodwaters are threatening outbreaks of waterborne diseases. We are responding by providing mental and emotional support and distributing hygiene kits in flood-affected areas. As conditions stabilize, we will help open the doors of damaged schools so children can safely return and pursue their education.
Floods in Pakistan Threaten the Future of Millions of Children
We are deeply saddened to witness the devastating impact of the massive flooding in Pakistan. The humanitarian situation in Pakistan has deteriorated over the past two weeks as the country contends with the destruction caused by historic flooding, and residents face worsening environmental and health conditions.
2021 ANNUAL REPORT
2021 held many challenges: lockdowns continuing to keep many out of school, conflict ripping communities apart, and millions of children being subjected to child labour, early marriage and pregnancy. Right To Play responded to help children stay in school and graduate, resist exploitation, overcome prejudice, prevent disease and heal from the trauma of war. Read our year in review.
Working Side by Side to support children in Bangkok
Ahead of Liverpool FC's pre-season return to Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium on 12 July, children and young people from our Side by Side programme with Liverpool F.C. Foundation were able to learn and play through activities led by Liverpool F.C. Foundation coaches, who travelled from Anfield to take part in a football clinic.
Save Her Seat
Our Save Her Seat 2022 campaign raised over £1.7 million, helping to save 58,000 seats for girls in Tanzania and around the world.
Empowering Girls Through Sport and Play in Senegal
Superstar footballer Sadio Mané provides an assist as Global Ambassador to Right To Play, working to increase gender equity in Senegal by using the power of sport and play to help girls achieve their dreams.
CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS
We use the power of play to help the world’s most marginalized children stay mentally strong and become more emotionally resilient. Playing helps children recognize and express their emotions, overcome feelings of isolation and develop positive relationships.
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