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MISSION

Using sport and the Olympic Values to promote gender equity in communities impacted by genocide.

VISION

Building a global community in which boys and girls positively challenge and shift gender norms.

VALUES

Rooted in the belief that sport can be a powerful catalyst for social change, KPI uses the powerful Olympic value of Fair Play to inspire and teach.  Fair Play means: respect, community, contribution, opportunity and moral courage –  these Fair Play characteristics motivate Olympic athletes and rural Rwandans alike to build more gender equitable societies.

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Let's Play Fair

Our Impact

KPI is committed to expanding the scope of our year round Let’s Play Fair program to serve more children, to serve them longer and to extend our services into families and communities.

To promote true gender equity there needs to be education, respect and understanding between both boys and girls, men and women.

 

Partnership Opps

Our Needs

KPI is looking for corporate partners, individual donors, in-kind donations (airline vouchers, airline miles, sports equipment, apparel).  Your support would help sustain our Let’s Play Fair year round program, build our Field of Opportunity and Equality Community Learning Center allowing our kids and our community to have a safe place to play and learn.

What's New

What’s Up With KPI

KPI Hires Maya Doyon-Hanson as our new In-Country Program Manager (Rwanda)

Thank you to Everyone who made our 7th Annual Cocktails for Kids Play a success!

Learn more about our amazing gender and sport curriculum developed by Edgework Consulting.

 

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 Olympic Values

Rooted in the belief that sport can be a powerful catalyst for social change, KPI uses the powerful Olympic value of Fair Play to inspire and teach.  Fair Play means: respect, community, contribution, opportunity and moral courage –  these Fair Play characteristics motivate Olympic athletes and rural Rwandans alike to build more gender equitable societies.