Welcome to the Netball Development Trust website!
Netball Development Trust (NDT) is a UK charity that delivers netball at grass roots in less developed countries, allowing children the freedom to play and have fun. We work with schools and projects in the community to help young people to become players, leaders, coaches and officials of the future. We then use netball as a tool to bring communities together, where our partners can deliver 'sexual and reproductive health' awareness.
Netball Trust News
Netball in Uganda - The Video
Whilst on tour 2018, volunteer Camilla Buchanen prepared a film on behalf of Sky sports, about netball in Uganda and the life of Peace Proscovia. We are delighted that we feature in it, especially as it was shown on SkySports on Tuesday 27th November!
NDT has actively measured our impact across many different areas of our programmes; statistical and anecdotal. We are really proud of the successes and differences the programme has made to date and the impact we are having on children, teachers and volunteers we work with.
Partnership with Kip Living On
We are delighted to share news of our fantastic partnership with Kip Living On, based in Mukono, Uganda. http://www.kipliving.org/
Uplifting Bra and Fundraising Initiative.
On 11 September Honiton Netball club, in Exeter, held a tournament to raise funds for the NDT....
Monitoring and Evaluation Skills
We are developing our ‘Monitoring and Evaluation’ skills....
Out of School Programme Pilots
As the kids have 2 months off school for Christmas, our team are running coaching and sexual health sessions....
Kenya pilots Sexual Health Agenda
Kenya pilots sexual health agenda – Since September our Kenyan volunteers....
Kenya Uganda 2017 Tour Report by Katrina Burt
Having heard about the Netball Development Trust through an appeal they had for used kit....
Kenya Tour Report by Olivia Hellas
The 2016 NDT tour to Kenya was without a doubt the best of experience of my life....
Sanitary pad appeal
Girls in Kenya are likely to miss 4 school days a month because of their periods. Without hygienic sanitary pads many are forced not to go to school, and will miss out on playing netball.
NDT is proud to announce that we will be supporting our Kenyan project to buy sanitary pads for the girls in our programme to make their lives easier, healthier and happier. We aim to raise a minimum of £2500 so we can help at least 240 of our netball girls and 16 female coaches to keep playing and training effectively. The money will allow us to give each girl a packet of pads per month."
Your kind donation will help us to make a difference, through netball.
Fundraising Progress Bar - We aim to raise a minimum of £2500.
We kindly ask that donations being made not be sent using a credit card - thank you.