Badminton Initiative in UGANDA Add Video

Anna Rice, Bobby Milroy and Pedro Yang- in association with BPF, Right To Play and UNHCR, bring badminton to two refugee camps in Uganda.

Posted by Anna Rice on May 14, 2009 at 2:30 AM 12209 Views

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Reply Make money online free
12:07 AM on May 10, 2010 
Very nice video
Reply Z
7:34 AM on March 8, 2010 
Life expectancy in Uganda is very low, under 14s make half the population, so its amazing to see these children get an opportunity like this.
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Reply User
2:50 AM on February 5, 2010 
Awesome video. I'll be checking out more after this.
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Reply francielton
4:39 PM on November 30, 2009 
ei foi voce que ganhou da c.rivero no mexico?nossa fiquei sabendo que voce arrasou no campeonato e foi a NORMA do brasil que te conheceu no mexico assiti seus videos é sensacional anna............
Reply francielton
4:35 PM on November 30, 2009 
hi again how ta ai in uganda you remember me I sent you an e-mail and you topa a day I know I and the people of Brazil?
kisses and hugs francielton!
Reply Gurnoor
7:36 PM on October 5, 2009 
Hello Anna you came to my school Georges Vanier on the date October 5 2009 and thanx for the videos and introducing your self by the way i am in grade 7 so thanx for commin to my school i know u wanted to vs my princable
Reply Herbert Ott
11:06 AM on July 12, 2009 
Dear Anna,
by chance I found your reports about Badminton Initiative Uganda and the slide-show you created. Since July 2009 the Uganda Badminton Association has its own website "" which I take care of as a webmaster.
In this function I like to ask you for your permission to post a link on our website to your report with the youtube video. Would this be okay for you??
Best regards
Reply Joseph G. Matheri
9:15 AM on June 24, 2009 
hai there? any current badminton event?
Reply anonymous
2:49 PM on June 15, 2009 
Ahh! actually I'm sure their soles are resilient too but I did mean their "Souls"
Reply anonymous
2:47 PM on June 15, 2009 
Hi Anna:

Well, your whole account and the photos brought tears. What a wonderful experience for everyone involved; a connection of hearts and minds and an amazing example of how resilient the human sole can be.

I hope you bring back lots of pictures so that maybe I can paint something for you to auction. Lots of love V.
Reply auntie robin
7:03 PM on June 8, 2009 
your video was amazing and wonderful, as are you and Bobby. Hopefully, you are taking lots of pics of the gorillas. luv you, Auntie Robin
Reply Beth
1:28 PM on May 25, 2009 
I have a nonprofit that works in Kyangwali. Thanks for doing this with the refugees. Beth
Reply Joseph.G.Matheri
9:51 AM on May 21, 2009 
fantastic my dear. smash it to the smithereens and let the light from the sky come flooding in us.
Reply anonymous
3:06 PM on May 19, 2009 
Anna: Looks like you have brought fun, fitness, and energy to Uganda. What a great role model you are for peace and love. Hi from Kelowna, BC
Reply John from Ottawa
10:28 PM on May 15, 2009 
I've played badminton since I was a kid, and love it still at 35. I enjoyed your youtube video very much.