“We looked so smart with ‘What do you see?’ What we see is a cup!”

Adot and Masada have been working together in providing support to the Amigo Academic Sports Centre in Rwamagan, Rowanda in their pursuit in offering children between the ages of 6 and 17years old the chance to flourish though healthy and positive activities.

Their U15 team  have just won the Rwanda Football Association Cup for Rwamagana District meaning they will now play at a higher level in the province and we couldn’t be any prouder. The t-shirts sent by Adot unified the team and also widened their perspective in believing they can win. The team manager commented on how the team felt when they turned up with their Adot tops: “We were really smart with What to you see?”By Uwiragiye Hilary, team manager of Amigo Academic Sports Centre, Rwamagana

Amigo Sports Centre aim to develop young talent and work tirelessly in their fight again drop outs and drugs. They work with 150 young players, who display extraordinary enthusiasm and determination, but they are really struggling with almost no support, except from that recently provided by Adot and Masada. They work with totally inadequate equipment and lack almost everything that a normal soccer school would take for granted i.e footballs, whistles, cones, boots, socks, shorts, kit bags etc.

Adot is committed in supporting these ‘shining starts’ throughout their journey and in achieving their goals.

If you would like to know more about how you can help the Amigo Academic Sports Centre and the amazing work Masada does in Rowanda click on the link below

http://www.msaada.org/Msaada/Home.html